Let's face it. If we are searching for a home, or researching areas to move to, there are only so many hours in a day and gallons in the tank. During the winter time, available daylight hours are reduced even more.
So, virtually hop onto the roof of a Google Maps car, and let them foot the gas bill while you get an idea of what these neighborhoods of Santa Clarita look like. If you haven't used street view, simply click on the road in the direction you want to travel. Use the arrow keys to look left, right, up and down.
Santa Clarita Neighborhoods (from west to east)
Faulkner Drive. Beecher Lane. Hemingway Ave. Autumn Place. Keats Lane
Vista Hills Drive. Tournament Road. Avenida Jolita. Via Beguine
Slate Court. Heritage View Lane. Boulder Crest Drive. Sycamore Meadow
Quincy Street. Hasley Canyon Road. Firebrand Drive. Muir Grove Way. Lake Hughes Road. Cherry Drive
Valencia West Hills/West Creek
Vista Del Rio Drive. West Hills Drive. Las Brisas Road Village Circle Drive
Valencia Creekside / Northbridge
Shadylane Place. Crown Court Cir. Timberlane Drive. Deerfield Lane Weeping Willow Dr. (Fictional home of Santa Clarita Diet Realtors) Littlefield Drive
Lobelia Lane. Evergreen Lane. Glen Canyon Place. Milestone St.
Tula Drive Stonington Lane Adriene Way High Sierra Trail Terrace Court
Tossano Drive. Galvez Court Via Avant Town Center Drive Emerald Dove Drive. Bajada Drive
Markel Drive Maple Street. Canerwell Street Wildwood Canyon Road Spruce Street Meadview Ave. Oakleaf Canyon Dr.
Placerita Canyon / Fair Oaks Ranch / East Newhall
Running Horse Rd. Timber Branch Place Ridgevale Drive Pamela Drive Delight Street
Jakes Way Fairport Ave. Bakerton Ave. Shangri-La Drive. Cheryl Lane Lakehurst Ave. Pine Hills Ave.
Canyon Country East
Oak Springs Canyon Rd. Valcour Drive Spencer Drive Sunrose Place. Condor Ridge Road Mammoth Lane Lindsay Canyon Road
Well that's it. We have traversed some of the neighborhoods of Santa Clarita, and yes, many look similar to each other. (But similar in a good way.) Would you rather have Los Angeles' problem of luxury neighborhoods across the street from poor neighborhoods?
Here's a cool tool that does some of the heavy lifting of animating Google Street View into a mini-movie of the drive between any two points.
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