Santa Paula, called the “The Citrus Capital of the World,” is a beautiful city in Ventura County, California. Located on the banks of the Santa Clara River, Santa Paula was founded in the 1870s by Nathan W. Blanchard. Its name, meaning Saint Paula, came from Catholic Franciscan missionaries who were active in the area in the 1700s. The city has historically been an agricultural and petroleum hub. Just under five square miles, Santa Paula has a population of over 30,000 residents.
The riverside town of Santa Paula is nestled in scenic Heritage Valley. With avocado, lemon, and orange groves dotting the area, this sunny city offers rural charm with modern attractions. Residents can enjoy cultural draws like the Santa Paula Art Museum, Aviation Museum, Agriculture Museum, or the California Oil Museum. Visit the downtown shops and admire the city’s outdoor mural project. Get outdoors at the nearby Los Padres National Forest or check out the city’s golf courses and bike paths.
Santa Paula is the perfect blend of urban and agricultural. Located on 126 Freeway, the location is ideal for weekend adventures; it’s just a short drive to Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, and Santa Barbara. Santa Paula real estate varies in style and price. See affordable homes for sale in Santa Paula with over three bedrooms and 2,000+ square feet of living space. Homebuyers can find houses for sale in Santa Paula with attractive yards, many boasting citrus trees and spacious patios. Find a home for sale in Santa Paula with modern appliances, renovated rooms, and curb appeal within your budget. If you’re interested in finding a house for sale in Santa Paula, please reach out today.
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