Hoping to get the perfect apartment in a ideal place? Look no more! You will find tranquility in a hidden retreat at Trails at San Dimas Apartments, encircled by incomparable landscaping in a park-like atmosphere. Each apartment is spacious, bright and comes with a complete kitchen along with dishwashers, ceiling fans and an over sized veranda or balcony. When you come home, there’s bright and open layouts, walk-in closets, vaulted ceilings and big living areas. Do you want to lessen your stress? Visit us and try our one of a kind fitness center, or take a pleasure together with your friends by playing tennis!
Located in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley – 25 miles east of Los Angeles along the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, San Dimas is a combination of community amenities, remarkable parks and open space, excellent recreational and community facilities, entertaining community events and activities, beautiful development and retail centers, and relaxing and comfortable neighborhoods. Small town feel and volunteerism of our residents is our outstanding asset as they contribute to achieve the remarkable quality of life.
The beautiful Historic Downtown on Bonita Avenue, between Cataract and Walnut, invites pedestrians to have a relaxing trip to see family owned dining establishments, antique shops, different service providers, one of the region’s great model railroad stores, and a authentic hometown hardware store. Anchored on the west by the 1934 railroad depot (now a museum) and on the east by the Puddingstone Village (Albertsons) Shopping Center, the San Dimas Civic Center and Post Office. The original 1969 City Hall, Plummer Building, and the community plaza they share, were expanded and remodeled in 2011 and serve as the focus of many popular events. You will find a lot of historic buildings in the downtown, but probably none more lovely or valuable than the already renovated Walker House, which was built in 1887 to be a railroad hotel, but now is home to the Festival of Arts, San Dimas Historical Society, a restaurant and an art gallery. Website: http://www.trailsatsandimas.com