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1400 N Grand Ave, Covina, CA 91724
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(626) 722-4076

440 W Gladstone St, Glendora, CA 91740
$1,310 - $1,730 | 1 - 2 Beds
1207-1237 Sunflower Ave, Covina, CA 91724
$1,500 | 2 Beds
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Charter Oak Neighborhood in Covina, CA

Charter Oak Neighborhood

The Charter Oak Neighborhood of Covina, California is a great place to live. Recreation is abundant with four neighborhood parks in addition to the wilderness areas that border this neighborhood. It is six miles to the Puddingstone Reservoir where residents can camp, fish, boat, and hike.

The Glendora Marketplace Shopping Center is located on North Valley Center Avenue, the eastern border is of this neighborhood. Residents will find additional shopping at the Berkeley Square Shopping Center on North Grand Avenue, the western border.

The foothills define the borders on the north and south. The northern border is Interstate 210 and runs through the middle of the South Hills Park. South Hills Park features numerous hiking and horseback riding trails. There is a playground for children and restrooms.

Puente Avenue is the southern border, touching the Via Verde Country Club and following the foothills at the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. Here residents will find 1620 acres of unspoiled beauty and spectacular views for experienced hikers. There are no amenities and posted warnings say to bring water and watch for bears, rattlesnakes, bobcats, bees, mountain lions, and poison oak.

Housing is abundant with single-family homes, apartments, and town homes. Inside the area are many smaller shopping centers and dining opportunities, especially along Arrow Highway. There are six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Many of the schools are within walking distance.

It is two miles to Downtown Covina, where residents can enjoy the activities that the city provides. Interstate 210 was recently expanded to the east to include San Bernardino County, the gateway to all the mountain retreats. To the west, Los Angeles is 30 miles away.

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