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The Wrightwood Region

The quaint town of Wrightwood boasts plenty of real estate opportunities for homeowners, residential, and commercial investors. The four breathtaking seasons create an environment perfect for full time or part-time residents and business owners.

Residential cozy cabins, convenient family homes, and spacious vacation estates- Wrightwood has it all. At just under six square miles, this quaint mountain town nestled in the San Gabriel National Forest, provides real estate opportunities throughout. The location and size of Wrightwood allow for a more tolerable market- Wrightwood properties only compete with one another and are not subject to the sometimes harsh and oversaturated urban and suburban real estate markets surrounding it. 

Fixer uppers, new homes, vacant lots, retail, restaurant, salon, and office spaces available! No matter the need, there is a place for you in this amazing town of four full seasons. Year- round Wrightwood brings in visitors for summer mountain biking and archery, spring fishing, fall hiking, and winter snow sports. Whether you are inquiring about living in this one-of-a-kind place full time or seeking an opportunity to invest in a vacation rental or business, intolerable seasons don’t exist here. 

Don’t miss out on the endless real estate opportunities that Wrightwood has to offer. 


2023 Statistic for Residential Properties

Average Price:

Average Rental Income: $1,783

Average Price Per sq. ft. $312.85

The Top Things to Do:

Mt. High Resort

The town’s top tourist attraction is Mountain High Resort, where people from all over Southern California come to ski, snowboard, sled, and snow tube during the winter months. Locals are offered a discounted price on resort season passes, which typically go on sale at the end of Summer. The Resort offers nine different dining options, skiing and snowboarding lessons for beginners, on-site rentals, and 59 different runs that start as high as 8,200 feet. 

Hiking, Biking and Camping

Hiking is extremely popular in Wrightwood. Some of the most popular trails include the Acorn trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, or Vincent Gap, which leads to Bighorn Mine or Mount Baden-Powell. During the spring months, hikers from all over the world flood the town as they travel along the Pacific Crest Trail from Canada to Mexico. 

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