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Palmdale, California Real Estate

Palmdale offers a variety of housing opportunities including custom-built villas with mountain views, modern subdivisions and large-lot residential zoning that affords residents the opportunity to enjoy a rural lifestyle yet have the benefits of city services. Single-family homes start in the low $90,000s to upwards of $1 million with hill or mountain views, huge lots, and exclusive amenities. Palmdale also offers a selection of townhomes and condos as well, with prices starting from $90,000. A wide range of land property is available, ranging from less than $5,000 to $1 million, depending on acreage, topography, views and utilities present.
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Palmdale Real Estate & Homes for Sale in California

Palmdale is located in Antelope Valley in the High Desert of northeast Los Angeles County. Just 60 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles, roughly 157,000 residents call this family-oriented community home. Housing options in Palmdale consist of single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses, as well as land lots for commercial and residential development.

Separated by the San Gabriel Mountain Range, Palmdale has been consistently ranked as one of the top 10 fastest-growing cities in the United States. The city has managed to preserve a hometown atmosphere while encouraging economic and cultural growth. Palmdale Regional Medical Center, a first-rate medical campus, opened its doors December 2010, a new transportation center, a water park, a sheriff's station, and a major park and recreation expansion project are all examples of Palmdale's idea of catering to its citizens and promoting a strong workforce. Downtown revitalization is also of utmost importance, including new senior housing units, a new senior center and expanded open space. Transportation to and from the area include several highways, a central mass transit hub, trains, and Palmdale Airport?one of the largest airports in the world.

Presenting spectacular views within a four season climate, the high desert lifestyle has much to offer its residents, including 300 days of sunshine per year, clean air and starry nights. Affordable living coupled with plenty of outdoor opportunities, residents can hike among the Joshua trees, play a round of golf, enjoy fishing and horseback riding or dirt biking in the miles of desert and rock.

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