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Chino Hills

Why you'd want to live in Chino Hills

Chino Hills has always been a special place in Southern California. It is a place that is close in miles to large metropolitan cities and yet far in spirit. Virtually unchanged for hundreds of years, the rolling hills were home to a few ranches and homesteaders. A handful of property owners appreciated the beauty of the hills. The majority of the residents were red tail hawks, mule ear deer, ground squirrels, mountain lions, cottontail rabbits, and coyotes. In 1979, the County of San Bernardino initiated the development of the Chino Hills Specific Plan – the document that would plan for the eventual development of 18,000 acres – 26 square miles – located in Chino Hills. The area had been protected from haphazard development because the land was not flat enough to build inexpensively. It was clear, however, that development pressures were moving toward Chino Hills. The innovative Specific Plan was the first in the State of California to be designed for an unincorporated area. A Citizen's Advisory Committee and County officials worked in cooperation with 150 property owners to develop the Plan. The Southwest Hills Environmental and Planning Association (SHEPA) also participated in the public land use discussions during that time. The Specific Plan called for clustered residential development concentrated in village cores, decreasing in density away from the core in order to protect as much open space as possible. Commercial development was slated along the Highway 71 corridor. By 1982, when the Specific Plan was approved, there were approximately 4,000 homes and 12,000 residents in Chino Hills.

Chino Hills Market Report

$1,253,304

AVERAGE PRICE OF 278 HOMES

$2,516,582

AVERAGE PRICE OF 86 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$621,972

AVERAGE PRICE OF 10 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$1,199,650

AVERAGE PRICE OF 82 HOMES WITH A POOL

$699,697

AVERAGE PRICE OF 4 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $1,253,304
Avg Bedrooms 3.42 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.92 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $379,450
2 bedrooms $433,987
3 bedrooms $667,780
4 bedrooms $988,741
5 bedrooms $1,676,773
Chino Hills Home Price Trends
  7/2021 6/2021 5/2021 4/2021 3/2021
Total Listings 263 236 226 242 208
Average Price $1,240,938 $1,228,570 $1,206,290 $1,154,259 $1,264,354
Avg Price Change +1.01% +1.85% +4.51% -9.54% n/a
Median Price $829,883 $820,690 $806,541 $768,309 $737,303
Med Price Change +1.12% +1.75% +4.98% +4.21% n/a
Avg Bedrooms 3.4 beds 3.26 beds 3.18 beds 3.12 beds 2.8 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.89 baths 2.8 baths 2.69 baths 2.64 baths 2.46 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Ayala 33 $996,281 37 days
Chaffey 1 $849,000 23 days
Chino Hills 60 $1,006,014 31 days
Diamond Ranch 1 $999,900 67 days
Don Lugo 1 $125,000 58 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 278 $1,253,304 47 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 86 $2,516,582 50 days
Newly Built Homes 10 $621,972 118 days
Homes with a Pool 82 $1,199,650 52 days
Reduced Price Homes 4 $699,697 40 days
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