Bellflower Homes & Real Estate
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Homes For Sale in Bellflower CA
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This page is updated with Bellflower home listings several times per day directly from the Bellflower, California MLS.
Each Bellflower 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 Bellflower, CA 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 Bellflower community amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Bellflower Neighborhood Homes
The small city of Bellflower, California is located in southern Los Angeles County. The population of Bellflower has grown steadily since its incorporation in 1957, and the city is now home to about 78,000 residents. State Route 91, the Artesia Freeway, runs through southern Bellflower and intersects I-605 just east of town. I-105 is accessible just north of the town border. Bellflower is 17 miles south of downtown Los Angeles and a 25-minute drive from Los Angeles International Airport. The city uses zip codes 90706 and 90707.
The median price of single family homes for sale in Bellflower is in the low $500s, an increase of just over eight percent from last year. This figure is projected to rise by another three percent within the next year. The median price per square foot is lower than the average for the total LA metro area. Median home prices for condos and townhomes are in the low $300s.
The majority of homes for sale in Bellflower are single family. Prospective homebuyers can find prices starting in the upper $300s in some areas, which typically nets two to three bedrooms, one bath, and about 750 square feet of living space. Homes at the median price point offer three to four bedrooms, two to three baths, about 1,400 square feet of space, and off-street driveway parking to accommodate one or two cars. At the high end of the market, prices top out in the $700s for four to five bedrooms and just over 2,000 square feet. Most of these homes feature an attached garage. Condos and townhomes are priced from the upper $200s to the mid $400s. Some are located in Belmont Place, an age-restricted condo community in downtown Bellflower.
About 85 percent of homes currently on the market are more than 50 years old. The most frequently seen architectural styles include cottage, Southwestern contemporary, and Spanish Colonial. There are a handful of Craftsman and midcentury modern examples throughout town.
While there are currently no new construction neighborhoods in Bellflower city limits, there are several new communities with active builders within an eight-mile radius of Bellflower. Sunstone in Norwalk features homes built by Brandywine priced from the low $400s. Downey’s Centerpointe community, built by KB Home, features real estate from the upper $400s. Mackay Place, located in Cypress, offers homes by William Lyon starting in the mid $800s.
Bellflower Community Amenities
Bellflower Medical Center is the city’s largest employer, providing more than 500 jobs to the community. Other major employers include Kaiser Permanente, Time Warner Cable, and Hollywood Sports. The median household income for Bellflower is about $49,000, and the cost of living in the city is 29 percent higher than the national average but five percent lower than the California state average.
The city maintains four public parks, including a pirate-themed playground, and a civic auditorium for community theatre events. The Hollywood Sports Paintball and Airsoft Park offers exhilarating recreation amid old movie sets. Nearby golf courses include Cerritos Iron-Wood Nine, Norwalk Golf Center, and Heartwell. For more outdoor fun, it’s just a 20-minute drive to the Arroyo Pescadero Trail in Whittier.
The Lakewood Center, a large mall featuring more than 200 high-end and boutique shops, service locations, and restaurants, is just a 10-minute drive from Bellflower. Other nearby retail destinations include Los Cerritos Center, Cerritos Promenade, Downey Landing, Stonewood Center, and Paddison Square.
- Home of the Los Angeles County Fire Museum
- Public bus service includes LA Metro, Long Beach Transit, and Bellflower Bus
- Popular local restaurants include Johnny Reb’s True South, Taco Nazo, and Marino’s
- Farmer’s Market year-round on Mondays
- Annual community events include Summer Streetfest, Food Trucks & Flicks, and Tree Lighting Ceremony
- 15 minutes to Long Beach
- 20 minutes to Disneyland in Anaheim
Bellflower is convenient to many of Southern California’s top attractions. It’s less than 20 minutes to Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, less than 30 minutes to the Los Angeles Zoo, and just over half an hour’s drive to Beverly Hills.
Bellflower Neighborhood Schools
Most children of Bellflower residents attend schools in the Bellflower Unified School District. It includes nine elementary schools, three high schools, and two specialty schools. Stephen Foster and Esther Lindstrom Elementary Schools and the Intensive Learning Center all receive excellent scores of eight out of 10 from the school ranking website GreatSchools.org. The average classroom size for the city is 21 students. Private schools in Bellflower include Valley Christian Elementary and St. John Bosco High School. There are several community and technical colleges in the area, such as Cerritos College, PCI, and Infotech Health Career College.
Bellflower offers prospective homeowners convenient access to several major freeways and a short drive into both Los Angeles and Long Beach. It balances suburban amenities with the charm of a historic small town. With interest rates still hovering around record lows, now is an ideal time to buy a home in this Southern California city.
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