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Top 14 Reasons to Live in La Habra

  • Affordable property taxes! The property taxes in La Habra are about $2,060 annually, which is much less than California's average of $2,550. If you plan to buy a home, check out neighborhoods around East Imperial Highway and Lakeview Avenue.

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  • Lots of rental homes! Around 40% of the homes in La Habra are renter occupied, which is more than the average in this country. Check out the homes for rent and rent to own near South Euclid Street and West Imperial Highway.
  • Reasonable rent! You'll find that the median rent here is about $1,240 monthly, and that is about average for California. You can find homes for rent and rent to own houses near La Habra Boulevard and Rigsby Street.
  • Varied housing! If you're looking for a spacious house with a yard, you will find plenty here since detached homes make up 51.62% of the property in La Habra. But you can also rent a condo or apartment at a complex like Summerwood or La Habra Hills Apartments.
  • Great home values! If you plan to a buy a home in La Habra, you will appreciate that the median value is about $472,000, which is higher than even California's average. And if you cannot buy now but would like to become a homeowner in the future, look for rent to own homes near West Whittier Boulevard and Hacienda Road.
  • Plenty of parks! Scattered through La Habra are several parks, many of which have lighted ball fields, picnic areas and even skate parks and museums. A few of the parks here include Portola, Vista Grande and La Bonita.
  • Bikeways! If you're a bike enthusiast, you will love it here. The city is packed with bikeways that range from half a mile to more than three-miles long. Some of the shorter bikeways are Coyote Creek and Guadalupe Park, while Idaho Street Bike Path is 3.6 miles long.
  • Fantastic shopping! La Habra Marketplace is the main place to shop around here, but other options nearby include Westridge Plaza La Habra, Imperial Promenade and Palm Court Shopping Center. Plus, you're just minutes away from Brea Mall, which attracts shoppers from La Habra, Anaheim and other surrounding cities.
  • Delicious food! If you're looking for a great burger, GBurger is the place to go. Other tasty options in this city include Vinny's Italian Restaurant, Twin Dragon and Olivia's Bistro.
  • Local events! This city has lots of events that residents are invited to, and many of them take place at local parks. If you're into art, check out Free Art Fridays at the Children's Museum La Habra, which is located at Portola Park. The Corn Festival occurs every August at El Centro-Lions Park.
  • Museums and Galleries! There are a few places where you can learn about history or art, depending on your interests. At Old Settlers Historical Museum, you can find artifacts and pictures that show you how La Habra once was, and the friendly staff are delighted to tell you all about the city's history. A visit to the La Habra Art Association Gallery will let you get acquainted with a variety of paintings and drawings.
  • Performances of all kinds! If you are in the mood to watch a live show, head to La Habra Theatre for the Performing Arts or La Habra Depot Theatre. And if you want to watch dance performances or even take part in them, check out Corona Dance Studio or Hart Academy of Dance.
  • City recreational opportunities! If you want to get involved in the community, consider participating in the La Habra Races 5K/10K Run/Walk. You can also take classes through the city, such as swimming or Tai Chi. You can also register for trips at tours at Community Center!
  • Convenient location! You will find that La Habra is a great place to settle down if you enjoy having lots of activities available within a short drive. Disneyland is about 15 minutes away, and the beaches of cities like Huntington Beach are only about a half hour away from La Habra.