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Big Bear Neighborhood Spotlight – Moonridge

With its heavily forested hills and valleys, central location, and endless recreational opportunities, the Moonridge area is one of Big Bear’s more popular residential neighborhoods. Moonridge is home to Bear Mountain Ski Resort, Bear Mountain Golf Course, and the Moonridge Animal Park (also known as the Big Bear Rescue Zoo). The San Bernardino National Forest virtually surrounds the area and several popular hiking trails originate and wind through the steep canyons and hills. Big Bear Lake, the Big Bear Airport, … [Read more...]

Big Bear Real Estate – Tour Moonridge

The Moonridge area is comprised of Lower Moonridge, Upper Moonridge and High Timber Ranch. It backs up to the San Bernardino National Forest and was one of the first areas settled in Big Bear Lake. Today it's home to the Moonridge Zoo, the Bear Mountain Golf Course, and Bear Mountain Resort. The area is loaded with hiking trails and is a perfect location if you love mountain biking. Aside from activities there are shops and great places for lunch. Lower Moonridge The lower section of Moonridge has all of the … [Read more...]

The Seclusion Factor – Tips on Finding a Great Setting for Your Big Bear Cabin

The first thought most people have when thinking of a mountain cabin is a secluded, charming place in the middle of the woods.  Most buyers are looking for a place to escape from the city and hustle and bustle they live in.  Obviously, a secluded cabin would be the best way to make sure you will have a place to relax, uninterrupted in the mountains. Seclusion goes hand in hand with with the setting and the peace and quiet that buyers in Big Bear are looking for. While secluded cabins in the woods do exist in Big … [Read more...]

High Timber Ranch – Moonridge – Home Sales For 2007

The High Timber Ranch area of Moonridge has been around since 1999. The first phase contained 67 parcels. The second phase, which came up for sale in 2001, had 47 lots. There is potential for another 200 parcels to be developed within the next 2-5 years, depending on the real estate market conditions. The area has underground utilities along with protective CC&R's. Even though most of the properties are over 1/2 acre of land, horses are not allowed in the High Timber Ranch area. Currently, there is no … [Read more...]