Self-christened by city leaders with the motto “A Caring Community”, the name La Habra references a “Pass Through the Hills”. Founded in the late 1890’s, for more than 60 years, the La Habra community was known simply as the area south where the Hass Avocado Mother tree was planted in La Habra Heights. Quench your thirst, and satisfy your appetite for luxury suburban living as you view the inventory of La Habra homes for sale at BanCorpRealty.com. The La Habra real estate market is as rich in curiosity right now as it has been at any time in its history, delivering maximum bang-for-the-buck for potential home-buyers in North Orange County.
Bisected by Imperial Highway, the La Habra properties are equidistance from both the 57 and 5 freeways and are north of the 91-freeway. La Habra real estate benefits from having two excellent hospitals in the immediate vicinity; St. Jude Medical Center and Whittier Hospital Medical Center. The La Habra community of Orange County is able to access four airports including Fullerton and El Monte, and John Wayne International in Santa Ana, and Los Angeles International. The La Habra homes for sale are found close to three excellent golf courses including La Mirada Golf Course, and Hacienda and Westridge Golf Clubs. The residents of La Habra also have access to three outstanding shopping plazas including Imperial Promenade, La Habra Town Center and Westridge Plaza.
Law enforcement is provided to the La Habra real estate market by the La Habra Police Department, and although La Habra lies within Orange County, the city contracts with the Los Angeles County Fire Department for EMS and fire protection. Local La Habra Realtors say that the top employers in the city include the City of La Habra, Wal-Mart, CVS/Pharmacy, Target, Kohl’s, Costco, La Habra Bakery, La Habra Convalescent Hospital, the Home Depot and Lowes. The La Habra homes for sale are bordered by Brea to the east, Fullerton to the southeast and east, La Mirada to the southwest, East Whittier to the west, Whittier to the northwest, La Habra Heights to the north and the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County to the northeast. The La Habra properties are found in what is considered a lovely year-round Mediterranean climate.