Sunflower / Bel Air
Single-family homes and apartment complexes/high-rise apartments in the Sunflower / Bel Air area often have three to four bedrooms, whereas multi-family dwellings typically have four to five bedrooms. A large proportion of the homes are occupied by their owners. The majority of the homes in the Sunflower/Bel Air area were constructed between 1970 and 1999, making them well-established but not ancient. Between the years 2000 and now, a good number of homes were also constructed.
In contrast to the typical neighborhood, where houses of varying ages coexist, the Sunflower / Bel Air area is notable for having nearly all of its residential real estate constructed in a single time period, specifically between 1970 and 1999, which is considered to be established but not ancient. When walking or driving through this area, you may get the impression that many of the homes seem same due to their comparable age. To be more precise, between 2002 and 2008, 94.2% of all homes in this area were constructed.
The Sunflower / Bel Air area of Anaheim is fantastic if you’re trying to decide where to retire. It’s a retirement haven, as determined by an in-depth research: it’s a nice, calm place to live, it has above-average safety ratings compared to other California neighborhoods, it has a variety of housing options, and it’s already attracted an admirable mix of college-educated retirees. In terms of retirement-friendliness, this area of California is superior to 89.6% of its peers. The area is perfect for retirees looking to settle down in California. This community is great for families with school-aged children and is also a great option for active retirees.
As a matter of fact, did you know that the Sunflower/Bel Air neighborhood has a higher concentration of persons of Iranian and Asian descent than almost any other area in the United States? That’s right! It’s true that 1.8% of the locals can trace their roots back to Iran, while another 24.9% may claim Asian origin.
The language combination of Sunflower and Bel Air is likewise rather remarkable. Only 1.9% of its population (those aged 5 and above) report having a primary language other than English in their homes. Despite how low of a number this may sound, it is really higher than 99.1 percent of American communities.
The typical home value in Sunflower / Bel Air is $993,266; this is more than 71.3% of California neighborhoods and 93.5% of all U.S. neighborhoods combined.
According to a recent study, the average rent in the Sunflower / Bel Air area is $4.020 per month. This area has a higher than average rental cost compared to the other 80.1% of California’s neighborhoods.
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