They are all good neighborhoods. I believe the best way to answer your question is to determine what you consider to be a good city to live in. Everyone has their own preferences and tastes. An investor, might consider a location that is closer to shopping center or freeway as a great location. Price might be another consideration to an investor. A retire might consider a gated community or its proximity to golf course. A family with kids might consider a good location depending on the boundaries to a particular school district or closeness to private schools. Every home at every city and location is a castle to its homeowner. Let me know if I can help you pinpoint your best city to live in. You can email me or call me direct. Good luck on your search.
These are all very different areas. Even within a city there are different areas.
For instance in Apple Valley there are several over 55 communities with small lots.
There are gated communities, there are areas where the average lot size is an acre.
There are also areas with a large amount of apartments.
Victorville has the most houses that has sidewalks and street lights. But also has areas of larger lot sizes.
Hesperia generally has larger lot sizes and spot built homes, but does an area close to the freeway that has tract housing.
To each his own. You tell me what life style most appeals to you, we most likely that it in the Victor Valley. We have lake front homes we have homes minutes from the ski lifts. We have livable homes under $50k, we have lavish estate homes and everything in between.
Karen @ Hamilton Landon GMAC
That's a fairly complicated question. I answered it before, please check the link out. The only Green Valley I know of in California is north of San Francisco. Do you perhaps mean Lucerne Valley or Summit Valley?