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12 Popular San Bernardino Neighborhoods: Where to Live in San Bernardino in 2024

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San Bernardino is a Southern California gem with stunning natural landscapes from the San Bernardino National Forest to the nearby San Bernardino Mountains. Residents are drawn to the city for its warm climate, picturesque backdrop, museums, and central location to Los Angeles. Whether you’re looking for apartments for rent in San Bernardino or homes for sale in the area, this city has something to offer for everyone.

For example, the average rent in San Bernardino is $1,773, while the median home sale price is $460,000. At Redfin, we’ve put together a list of 12 popular San Bernardino neighborhoods to consider living in this year. From the charming neighborhood of Blair Park to the bustling Downtown San Bernardino, there are plenty of options to call home.

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1. Blair Park

Blair Park is located north of Downtown San Bernardino and is known for its beautiful parks and historic places. The neighborhood has several attractions, including Blair Park and the Shandin Hills Golf Club. Blair Park has a variety of modern and traditional single-family homes and townhouses.

Median Sale Price: $282,500

Homes for Sale in Blair Park | Apartments for Rent in Blair Park

2. Carousel

Carousel is a charming neighborhood known for its central location, shopping plazas, and government buildings.  The area is home to several parks and historic places, including Meadowbrook Park and the Superior Court of California County of San Bernardino. The homes in Carousel include Craftsman and Spanish Revival styles.

Median Sale Price: $373,000

Homes for Sale in Carousel | Apartments for Rent in Carousel

3. Del Rosa

Del Rosa is a vibrant neighborhood with its proximity to Borea Canyon. It’s home to several attractions, including Harrison Canyon Park and Seley Plaza. The Del Rosa area features Ranch and Mid-Century Modern single-family homes and duplexes.

Median Sale Price: $415,000

Homes for Sale in Del Rosa | Apartments for Rent in Del Rosa

4. Downtown San Bernardino

Downtown San Bernardino is a bustling neighborhood in the heart of the city. Its major attractions include the First Original McDonald’s Museum and The Garcia Center for the Arts. Downtown San Bernardino has Victorian and Art Deco homes and modern apartments.

Median Sale Price: $410,000

Average Rent for 1-Bedroom Apartment: $1,200 | Average Rent for 2-Bedroom Apartment: $1,600

Homes for Sale in Downtown San Bernardino | Apartments for Rent in Downtown San Bernardino

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5. Kendall Hills

Kendall Hills is a picturesque neighborhood on the northwest side of the city. The area has several parks and historic places, including the Littlefield Shultis Community Park. The neighborhood is very close to California State University, San Bernardino, where there are plenty of museums to explore. Kendall Hills has Tudor and Colonial Revival-style single-family homes and bungalows.

Median Sale Price: $525,000

Homes for Sale in Kendall Hills | Apartments for Rent in Kendall Hills

6. Ridgeline

Ridgeline is a scenic residential neighborhood, primarily with homes and apartments. You can find one shopping center in the area, but there aren’t any parks. However, Ridgeline is near Blair Park, where you can check out the views and trails. The housing options in Ridgeline include Contemporary and Mediterranean single-family homes, luxury estates, and apartments.

Median Sale Price: $625,000

Average Rent for 1-Bedroom Apartment: $1,907 | Average Rent for 2-Bedroom Apartment: $2,120

Homes for Sale in Ridgeline | Apartments for Rent in Ridgeline

7. San Gorgonio

San Gorgonio is a vibrant residential neighborhood. It has several major attractions, including Speicher Memorial Park, Sterling Plaza, and a shopping center. San Gorgonio has various housing types and styles, including apartments, townhouses, and Craftsman and Spanish Colonial homes.

Median Sale Price: $467,000

Average Rent for 1-Bedroom Apartment: $2,247 | Average Rent for 2-Bedroom Apartment: $2,188

Homes for Sale in San Gorgonio | Apartments for Rent in San Gorgonio

8. Shandin Hills

Shandin Hills is a scenic neighborhood overlooking the city. You can catch views of the mountains and surrounding landscape. Shandin Hills primarily has single-family homes and duplexes in Ranch and Mid-Century Modern styles.

Median Sale Price: $490,000

Homes for Sale in Shandin Hills | Apartments for Rent in Shandin Hills

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9. Show Place

Show Place is located in south San Bernardino. The neighborhood has several major attractions, including the National Orange Show Event Center, which hosts a Saturday flea market. Show Place’s homes are a mix of architectural styles, including Contemporary and Mediterranean.

Median Sale Price: $1,500,000

Homes for Sale in Show Place | Apartments for Rent in Show Place

10. Verdemont

Verdemont is a picturesque neighborhood located in the foothills of San Bernardino. The area has lots of outdoor recreation as it’s home to Verdemont Park and Bailey Canyon, a popular hiking area. Verdemont primarily has Ranch and Mid-Century Modern single-family homes and townhouses.

Median Sale Price: $615,000

Average Rent for 1-Bedroom Apartment: $1,350

Homes for Sale in Verdemont | Apartments for Rent in Verdemont

11. Wildwood Park

Wildwood Park is another scenic neighborhood known for its proximity to the Waterman Canyon Creek Trail. You can also easily access the San Bernardino National Forest and check out the gorgeous views. Wildwood Park offers a lot of single-family homes and bungalows in Craftsman and Spanish Colonial styles.

Median Sale Price: $579,000

Homes for Sale in Wildwood Park | Apartments for Rent in Wildwood Park

12. Wilson

Wilson is located north of downtown and is central to the rest of the city. Primarily a residential area, Wilson is close to many attractions like Perris Hills Park and the Arrowhead Country Club. The neighborhood offers a variety of housing types, including single-family homes and townhouses, many in Tudor or Colonial Revival style.

Median Sale Price: $460,000

Homes for Sale in Wilson | Apartments for Rent in Wilson

Methodology: All neighborhoods must be listed as a “neighborhood” on Redfin.com. Median home sale price data from the Redfin Data Center during February 2024. Average rental data from Rent.com during February 2024.

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