, located between Palm Springs and Los Angeles along the 10 Freeway, is a hidden treasure. Nestled up against the San Bernardino Mountains, this greenbelt community is very rich in culture. Home to approximately 70,600 residents, Redlands features a small town atmosphere with big city sophistication. Real estate options in Redlands consist of single-family detached homes, condominiums, townhouses, land for custom building, and estate-style homes on large lots. The elegant restaurants located throughout the city and in the historic downtown area make for an enchanted dining experience. There is a state-of-the-art movie theater, along with an old-fashioned creamery for those with a sweet tooth.
If culture is more your delight, experience an evening of classical music played outside in the summer air at the famous Redlands Bowl. Thursday nights are perfect for strolling along State Street, host to The Farmers' Market nights, an old-fashioned gathering of vendors selling fresh foods and trinkets combined with musical entertainment. The city of Redlands holds many spectacular yearly festivals including the Redlands Bicycle Classic. K-12 students are served by the Redlands School District, listed as the best district in the Inland Empire. Post-secondary education can be pursued at the local Crafton Hills College or the renowned University of Redlands, which offers a wide variety of courses and activities for every education level.