In San Bernardino County you will find “a place for fun, a place for commerce,” called Colton, California. Colton is a city with an exceptional quality of living and commitment to community health, arts and culture, education, public safety, job creation and sustainable infrastructure development. Its commitment to these things is one of the many reasons Colton is such a great choice for those looking to relocate in sunny Southern California.
Colton is a charming community with a history dating back more than 300 years. There are many beautiful buildings in south and downtown Colton that were built during its early years and remain today. In addition to these historic buildings, Colton is also home to other points of interest including multiple parks such as the Cesar E. Chavez Park, Cooley Ranch Park, Prado Park, Rich Dauer Park, Veterans Park, Elizabeth Davis, Max J. Lofy Park, Fleming Park and McKinley Park.
Buy a home in Colton and enjoy all of these great features plus wonderful dining, shopping, entertainment and recreation. The Santa Ana River Trail runs through the city and Colton residents have easy access south of the Santa Ana River at the Colton Staging Area, at the corner of Tropica Rancho Rd and La Cadena Drive. Six miles of the Trail pass through Colton between San Bernardino on the east and Riverside County on the west. All of its wonderful amenities make Colton an excellent place to live, work and play. Homes for sale in Colton come in a variety of styles and sizes and while Colton real estate is primarily single family homes, there are condos, townhomes, mobile homes and multi-family homes for sale in Colton as well. Single family homes for sale in Colton, California, usually top out around $1.2 million and have an average listing price around $323,500. Condos and townhomes in Colton can cost as much as $269,900 but have an average listing price nearer to $135,200.
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