The term "High Desert" is commonly used by locals as it applies to areas of the Mojave Desert and resides within 2,000-4,000 feet in elevation over low desert communities of the Coachella Valley; most commonly known, Palm Springs. High Desert living offers significant open space, large parcels and one of the more affordable areas to live within southern California. Drawing a movement of people from its neighboring Inland Empire, Los Angeles and Orange County metropolitan areas. The high desert communities range from Joshua Tree National Park (above the Coachella valley) west towards Palmdale/ Lancaster. A main hub within that geographic area is the Victor Valley, Wrightwood and to the north east Big Bear.
The Victor Valley is poised with opportunity. Serving as the main gateway between the Inland Empire and all high desert cities. Commercial developments, high speed train and manufacturing continue to drive the expansion of this area and increase population. Homes within these communities tend to run larger than average and price per square foot is less as compared to neighboring Inland Empire. Residents enjoy an occasional snow fall, large open spaces, community hosted events, dining and shopping in one of the many restaurants. Hiking desert trails, photography and a rich history of the old west brings a modern charm to this valley. For specific real estate information, resources and opportunity please message or text any of our associates.