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    Redlands Real Estate

    Redlands, CA, is known well for its orange groves, small-town feel (in a big town!), and a vibrant cultural scene featuring a plethora of local businesses in a number of industries who support one another through events and the arts. Downtown is a destination for foodies and artists alike. Whether you’re wandering down State Street on Market Night, taking in a show at the Redlands Bowl, or strolling through nature in Prospect Park, you’ll never be at a loss for activity. Redlands also features gorgeous historic properties, and the streets are dotted with century old Craftsman-style or Victorian homes, in addition to many luxury properties. Redlands is highly-desirable–and in-demand–real estate due to its proximity to hospitals, universities, and the aforementioned history and activity.

     

    Mark’s Favorite Redlands Activities:

    • Empire Bowl – All ages bowling and activities.
    • Splash Kingdom Waterpark – Formerly Pharaoh’s Lost Kingdom and currently undergoing a facelift, features a waterpark, trampoline park, and more.
    • Redlands Market Night – Downtown Redlands every Thursday night turns into a street scene featuring all sorts of local vendors and wares. Incredibly popular hotspot.
    • Redlands Bicycle Classic – Since the 1980s, the Bicycle Classic has featured world-class athletes and locals alike.
    • Redlands Mansions – See Redlands history preserved through one of the many curated mansions in the area, such as Edwards Mansion or Kimberly Crest.
    • Redlands Footlighters Theatre – Performing arts since 1945!
    • San Timoteo Nature Sanctuary – Beautiful and peaceful walk through native and historic Redlands grounds.
    • Visit a Brewery – The Inland Empire – and Redlands in particular – have a growing brewery scene featuring the likes of Hangar 24, Escape, and Ritual.

     

    Mark’s Favorite Redlands Restaurants:

    Redlands is Inland Empire foodie heaven.

    • The State – Huge whiskey selection. The best Old Fashioned in town, bar none. Always have to have the bacon-wrapped dates and the Drunken Pig burger.
    • Rok N Fondue – Really unique experience, between the building itself, communal cooking and sharing, and ever-evolving menu and entertainment.
    • Eureka Burger – Focused menu, great service.
    • Gourmet Pizza Shoppe – Whether you want a traditional favorite or something more adventurous – ever had fried chicken or peanut butter on your pizza? – the open-air market style decorations and food will keep you coming back.
    • Mu – Modern, Thai, martini bar. Little bit of something for everyone with a slick, big-city vibe.
    • State Street Winery
    • Carolyns Cafe – Wildly popular local spot, particularly on weekend mornings. I’ve seen people wait two hours for coffee cake without complaining. Because coffee cake.
    • Cheesewalla – Is there anything more comforting than a gourmet grilled cheese experience?