Rancho Cucamongo Real Estate

Rancho_SealThe City of Rancho Cucamonga, set against the majestic San Bernardino Mountains, is nestled in California´s San Bernardino County. It’s incorporation in 1977 united the unincorporated neighborhoods of Etiwanda, Alta Loma and Cucamonga. As of early 2013, it’s populace was that of over 171,000 residents. The name “Cucamonga” derives from the Tongva Indian word “Cucamog-na,”  meaning “sandy place”.

As the premier city of the Inland Empire, Rancho Cucamonga welcomes you to familiarize yourself with all of the wonderful amenities and comforts it has to offer. Belonging to one of the fastest growing urban areas, Rancho Cucamonga nonetheless continues to be one of the safest cities in the nation and a choice location to not only live, but also to work and have fun.

Downtown RCThe City’s designed communities and award-winning architecture reveal a neighborhood proud of its history and thrilled by it’s future. Featuring more than twenty parks and neighborhood services, and first-rate education, Rancho Cucamonga is a fast-growing community with a lot to offer it’s residents. With regard to housing opportunities, new residents are offered an array of rental and ownership possibilities, and its devotion to developing well-designed communities has brought about the highest housing values of the Inland Empire. Corporations are also finding that Rancho Cucamonga is an ideal place to establish themselves.

 Rancho Cucamonga History
Rancho Cucamonga happens to be the place where California´s most legendary roads and trails meet such as:

  • The Mojave Trail – An industrial route created by the Mojave Indians which connected the Colorado River to the Pacific Ocean.
  • The King’s Highway, also known as El Camino Real – a trail created in partnership between the Spanish priests and Gabriellino Indians, which served to connect the California missions whose distance from each other was one day´s travel time. The legendary
  • National Highway Route 66 – it was first created in 1926. It spans across eight states and has evolved into a cultural symbol of the 20th century which paved the way for the ultimate mass resettlement in the history of the United States.

Anyone loobea6632e-e912-bf8e-bc0cc0e5bde3bb93king to access the City of Los Angeles from San Bernardino County will surely enjoy a scenic train ride on the Union Pacific Railroad through the Cajon Pass that traverses the beautiful San Bernardino and San Gabriel mountains. Many of the trains traveling on The Cajon Pass are featured in magazines and books regarding trains.

Rancho Cucamonga Links
Rancho Cucamonga City Official Website
Cucamonga School District
Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce