Home for rent in Fullerton, California - Fullerton MLS# P756557 $2,150/month
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SITUATED ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC IS THIS CLEAN 3 BEDROOM SINGLE LEVEL HOME FOR RENT IS IN A VERY DESIRABLE AREA OF FULLERTON. JUST RECENTLY INSTALLED IS NEW LAMINATE FLOORING AND 3 WALL AIR CONDITIONERS. BATHROOMS HAVE ALSO BEEN REMODELED. NICE PRIVATE BACKYARD WITH SEVERAL FRUIT TREES. CLOSE TO CAL STATE FULLERTON AND TROY HIGH SCHOOL. ALSO, EASY FREEWAY ACCESS TO #91 AND #57 FREEWAYS.
This home for rent in Fullerton, California is in a great location. This property is nestled in a family community that lies near the heart of Fullerton. Just minutes from Fullerton's historical downtown and Fullerton's beautiful train station. Rich culture and historical architecture surround Fullerton. Raymond Ave. and Acacia Ave. are two of it's boarders. Lots of parks and greenbelts nearby add to this neighborhoods natural beauty.
Lots of new residents are calling Fullerton their home. Fullerton's rich diversity of historical and new single family home neighborhoods, new condominium complexes and beautiful town homes attract families, professionals and retirees alike. Visitors and residents old and new love Fullerton's small town feel and friendly community.
This home for rent is in walking distance from the local elementary, jr. high, high school and post office. While being just a short drive from Cal State Fullerton University, Fullerton's library and city hall. Fullerton offers many stores, shops and services along with a wide variety of churches of different faiths.
Whether it's horticulture or sports Fullerton has something for everyone. Fullerton's downtown is a terrific place that makes you feel like you're walking down main street USA. There's always someone new to meet. So if you're looking for a home for rent, Fullerton's a fantastic place to call home.
A couple of Fullerton's historical places that are the Muckenthaler Cultural Center and the Fox Theater. Built in 1924 on a beautiful hill in Fullerton. The Muckenthaler Cultural Center was donated to the city in 1964 by Harold Muckenthaler. Harold wanted to see his childhood home become a cultural center for the public to enjoy. "The Muck" being in it's 45th year produces over 100 classes, gallary exhibits and performances all year.
Fullerton's Historcial Fox Theater was built in 1925, it's architect was Raymond Kennedy. The Grauman's Chinese and Egyptian Theatres were also designed by Raymond Kennedy.
Commonwealth Elementry, Lader Vista Jr. High, and Troy High School are the schools for this house for rent. Troy High School is ranked #1 in Orange County, as sited in this article in the O.C. Register.