Baldwin Park Homes & Real Estate
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Homes For Sale in Baldwin Park CA
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This page is updated with Baldwin Park home listings several times per day directly from the Baldwin Park, California MLS.
Each Baldwin Park MLS listing includes the property price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Also review local Baldwin Park property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools and Baldwin Park neighborhood amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Baldwin Park Neighborhood Homes
Baldwin Park, California is a small city in southeastern Los Angeles County. Encompassing seven square miles, the city is home to about 77,000 residents. The city has several revitalization projects in the works, including retail developments, senior housing, and improved access to public transit. I-10 runs through the southern portion of the city and intersects I-605 in the southwest corner, making it easy to reach much of the eastern Los Angeles area. Baldwin Park is notably the home of the first In-N-Out Burger Stand, a California icon. Incorporated in 1956, Baldwin Park uses zip code 91706.
About 59 percent of Baldwin Park residents are homeowners, and the median monthly rent cost is $1,200. The median price of a single family home for sale is in the mid $400s, while home prices for condos and townhomes average in the low $300s. These figures have increased by about eight percent since last year and are projected to rise another three percent in the next year. The median price per square foot is 18 percent lower than the figure for the overall LA metro area.
About half of the real estate market in Baldwin Park is made up of single family homes. Prices start in the low $300s for two-bed, one-bath homes of about 800 square feet. Homes at the median price point typically offer three to four bedrooms, one to two baths, and about 1,200 square feet of living space. The majority of Baldwin Park’s single family homes for sale are more than 50 years old. Some of the city’s most popular architectural styles include classic California ranch, cottage, Spanish Colonial, Mission Revival, and traditional.
Condos and townhomes start in the upper $200s for two-bed, one-bath units with about 1,000 square feet. Condo prices top out in the upper $300s for three to four bedrooms.
While there are currently no new construction communities in Baldwin Park city limits, prospective homebuyers can find several active builders within a five-mile radius. City Ventures is building the Citrus Collection in West Covina with prices starting in the mid $800s. Senna, with construction by Williams Homes, is located in Azusa with homes from the low $400s. The Olson Company has built in Blossom Walk in Temple City with prices from the upper $500s. William Lyon is active in Glendora’s La Colina Estates, where homes start in the low $1 millions.
Baldwin Park Community Amenities
Baldwin Park’s largest employers are Kaiser Permanente and UPS, each providing more than 1,000 jobs to the community. Other major employers include the retailers Walmart and Home Depot. The average commute time is 28 minutes. The median household income in Baldwin Park is about $51,000. The cost of living in the city is 23 percent higher than the national average but nine percent lower than the California state average.
Municipal facilities in Baldwin Park include a community center, senior center, and family recreation center. The Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area lies just outside the city’s northern border, offering swim beaches, year-round fishing, a boat launch for non-motorized craft, paddle sport rentals, and trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The nearest golf courses are Arcadia, Industry Hills, Glen Oaks, and Rancho Duarte. For more outdoor recreation, it’s a short drive to Angeles National Forest.
The Baldwin Park Towne Center is a shopping center anchored by a Home Depot and featuring a variety of restaurants. There’s also a shopping plaza anchored by a Target just off I-10 in the southern part of town. Shopping centers in nearby towns include Plaza West Covina and Eastland Center in West Covina, Edgewood Shopping Center and Azusa Square Shopping Center in Azusa, and Santa Fe Trail Plaza in El Monte.
- Residential and commercial development projects under construction in Indigo and Arroyo Canyon Crossing
- Home of the original In-N-Out Burger Stand
- Plentiful outdoor recreation in the area
- 40 minutes to skiing at Mount Baldy
- 30 miles to beach access
- Less than 30 miles to Disneyland in Anaheim
Baldwin Park Neighborhood Schools
Children of Baldwin Park residents attend schools in the Baldwin Park Unified School District, which has several new school buildings under construction. There are 13 elementary schools, three middle schools, a junior high, three high schools, and an adult education center. Santa Fe Elementary receives an excellent eight out of 10 rating from the school ranking website GreatSchools.org. There are several private and parochial schools in the area, including East Valley Adventist, St. John the Baptist, and Creative Planet School of the Arts. Colleges near Baldwin Park include Premier Career College, North-West College at West Covina, Azusa Pacific University, and Mt. Sierra College.
Baldwin Park offers close proximity to downtown Los Angeles while maintaining a small-town feel. With its competitive housing prices and relatively low cost of living, anyone wishing to buy a home in Los Angeles County should keep an eye on the market in Baldwin Park.
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