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Where In Santa Clarita Should I Move? Part III: Castaic and Stevenson Ranch

How a once popular tourist spot became a lakeside bedroom community, and when is a ranch not a ranch?

In this article, we’ll talk about two very distinct Santa Clarita Valley communities that aren’t actually part of the City of Santa Clarita, BUT…They’re

Beale's Cut
Beale’s Cut was the only way to the San Fernando Valley in the 19th century.

still a very big part of the valley and the Santa Clarita experience.

Prior to the invention of the automobile, the Santa Clarita Valley was a fairly remote place to live. To get to the San Fernando Valley or Los Angeles, you had to squeeze your wagon through Beale’s Cut, and pay a fare to do so…not an easy trip! read more

Home For Sale In Agua Dulce: 8840 Sierra Highway

Short Sale property shows promise in this tri-level home with over 2200 square feet of living space on 2.5 acres of land.

The Lichen-Hooper Team proudly presents their latest real estate listing located at 8840 Sierra Highway in Agua Dulce.

This is a 4 bedroom 2 and a half bath single family residence tucked away from the road for those looking for a “country living” experience. It’s a tri-level home, with the main floor boasting a huge living room, spacious dining room and a country kitchen that opens up into the comfy family room.

The living room also features custom-built shelving and a gorgeous used-brick fireplace. Upstairs you’ll find 4 large bedrooms, including the spacious master suite complete with its own private bath and plenty of closet space. The remaining bedrooms are very large…perfect for your growing family. read more

Thursdays Bring Old Town Newhall To Life

Old Town Newhall Comes Alive  Between March and October With Thursdays at Newhall

Town Center, Bridgeport, Centre Point. Depending on where you live, you might consider any one of these spots the “center” of the Santa Clarita Valley. However, once

Senses On Main
Senses On Main in Old Town Newhall

upon a time, Main Street in Newhall was THE population hub in the Santa Clarita Valley.

The area we now refer to as “Old Town Newhall” was the original business and population center, dating back to the late 1800’s when Henry Mayo Newhall leased land to the railway for one dollar. This brought people, commerce, farmers and families to the SCV, and the town sprung up around the rail lines that still traverse the valley by way of Railroad Avenue and Soledad Canyon today. read more