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Old 05-20-2008, 11:27 AM
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Hey everyone,

I found 2 homes on in San Dimas on Calle Sania and one on Gloria Avenue in Granada Hills. Can anyone tell me about these 2 areas and which one is best with a family. All comments and opinions are welcome!

Thank you,
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Old 05-20-2008, 12:42 PM
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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Where are you going to work?
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Old 05-20-2008, 12:53 PM
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tiana if you're still thinking on working in Studio City Granada Hills is definitely the better choice for distance to work. But, if I have to compare those two streets (I have more knowledge of San Dimas than Granada Hills but I live nearer GH now) I'd have to go with San Dimas for a family. Granada Hills has some very nice areas but with my somewhat limited knowledge of it I generally think the "nice" area is north of Rinaldi/118 Freeway. Perhaps others know better about that particular neighborhood Gloria is in, but with the info you gave and the knowledge I have, and not considering distance to Studio City as heavily as safety and family friendly, I'd have to go with San Dimas.
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Old 05-21-2008, 05:26 PM
Location: Eastside
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I dont know about granada hills but i grew up in San Dimas and its a great place for kids, lots of dirt, parks and trees to climb. also they have gymnastics and art at the community center (at least they did 15 years ago)

they only thing i did not like about it was getting into highschool years it was quite boring, there is some racism problems with the kids in HS (not violent just close minded) generally it is a conservative country music kinda place but i think its getting more mixed.

I had a fantastic childhood there none the less. my mom still lives there and is not moving anytime soon.
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