Need to get the perfect apartment in a great location? Your searching is over! You will find tranquility in a hidden retreat at Trails at San Dimas, encircled by lush landscaping in a park-like setting. Each apartment in San Dimas is big, clean and has a complete kitchen equipped with dish washers, ceiling fans and also an over sized veranda or balcony. When you come home, there’s bright and open designs, walk-in closets, vaulted ceilings and big living areas. Want to reduce your stress levels? Come and experience the modern fitness center, or enjoy a game of tennis with your friends!
Situated in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley – 25 miles east of Los Angeles across the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, San Dimas is a blend of community amenities, wonderful parks and open space, superb recreational and community facilities, enjoyable community events and activities, alluring development and retail centers, and quiet and comfortable areas. Small town feel and volunteerism of our residents is our outstanding asset as they contribute to achieve the remarkable quality of life.
The wonderful Historic Downtown on Bonita Avenue, between Walnut And Cataract, attracts pedestrians to take a leisurely trip to see family owned dining places, antique stores, different service providers, one of the region’s premier model railroad retailers, and a genuine hometown hardware store. Moored 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, are remodeled and expanded last 2011 and function as the center of numerous well-known activities. There are dozens of historic buildings in the Downtown, but probably none more lovely or important than the lately renovated Walker House, which was constructed in 1887 to be a railroad hotel, nevertheless now is home to the San Dimas Historical Society, Festival of Arts, an art gallery, and a restaurant. Website: http://www.trailsatsandimas.com