Fullerton, California

    Fullerton is a full-service city renowned for its unique mix of residential, commercial, industrial, educational and cultural environments which equate to an outstanding place to live. It’s quiet and tree-lined streets and charming areas make it hard to believe this city is only about 22 miles southeast of the Los Angeles metropolitan. Hopping on the train at Amtrak make working in the big city very comfortable and convenient.

    Fullerton is one of the largest cities in Orange County with an estimated population of about 135,000 residents, thought the population increases during the day with the work traffic, as well as the college traffic. Fullerton houses California State University Fullerton campus (approximately 38,000 students) and Fullerton College (15,000 students). The downtown Fullerton area has been revitalized in the last few years with more sidewalk cafes, specialty shops and unique resale opportunities such as consignment and vintage-type retail shops. There are about 70 historic buildings with large shade trees and quiet places to sit and relax. A beautiful newly-renovated library and city hall are situated in the downtown area, as well as play houses and theaters. The regional transportation center we mentioned above serves about 300,000 passengers per year. The convenience of Fullerton is amazing with its culture and restaurant options, as well as the housing opportunities.

    There are upscale downtown apartments, historic smaller homes, newly built mini-mansions, and rolling hills with beautiful housing neighborhoods nestled amongst them.  There are the established neighborhoods and the brand-new communities. The Darryl and JJ Jones Team has been selling homes in this area for a combined 50 years and has the experience and knowledge to help you with your buying and selling needs.

    Want to know about the Fullerton schools? The school district’s motto is “Great Schools-Successful Kids” and is a truism supported each day by providing standards-based academic programs where teachers and parents work together for all students. There are 15 elementary schools throughout Fullerton; 2 schools that are K-8; 3 Junior High Schools; and 4 high school options: Fullerton Union High School, La Sierra (Alternate) School; La Vista (Continuation) School; and renowned Troy high School and Troy Tech Magnet program.