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This neighborhood surrounds Bullard High School. Bullard High was founded in 1955 and is held in very high regards amongst its community. The neighborhood is well established and sought after for its central location to some of Fresno’s premier restaurants and shopping.
Fulton Mall, Selland Arena, Grizzly Stadium, and City Hall are just a few of the areas of note in Downtown Fresno. Many beautiful historical buildings, such as the Fresno Water Tower can also be found downtown. In 2010 the City Council voted on a plan to revitalize this area and help Downtown Fresno thrive once again.
One of the most sought after neighborhoods in Fresno. Surrounded by dense shade trees, residents can often be found walking, jogging, and biking down the streets (there are no sidewalks). This neighborhood is very different than others in Fresno. Unlike the housing developments we see popping up in a few months, this neighborhood took decades to develop. The lots are large, the landscaping lush, and the homes a random a combination of bungalows, period revival, adobe, and ranch. Many of them with basements, libraries, and even the occasional hidden passage!
HISTORIC FRESNO HIGH
Historic Fresno High has some of the most unique homes in San Joaquin Valley. Homes range in size from a few hundred square feet to thousands. The charm of this neighborhood can be found in the homes unique architectural styles and in their residents itself. Fresno High is the oldest high school in the Fresno Metropolitan area with its first classes being held in September of 1889.
Recreational opportunities are in abundance in the mountains, foothills, lakes, rivers, forest and lush countryside. Living in northeast Fresno put you near it all. Located in northeast Fresno, Woodward Park was founded by the late Ralph Woodward, a long-time Fresno resident. Packed with amenities, Woodward Park is the only regional park of its size in the Central Valley.
Many homes in this community offer a view of the San Joaquin River, or one of several premier golf courses in the area.
OLD TOWN CLOVIS
Old Town Clovis, also known as the “Gateway to the Sierra’s” is a quaint little town east of Fresno. The traditions and values of the past have remained the same even through its extensive renovation of the downtown area. Walking down the street you will be reminded of the past with the beautiful cobblestone intersections, old fashioned street lights, fabulous restaurants and little boutiques with wonderfully decorated store fronts.
If living near shopping and restaurants is important to you and your family then the River Park area should certainly be at the top of your list. River Park is an entertainment oriented outdoor shopping center anchored by the Edwards 21 Stadium Theatre. The focal point of the center is a lushly landscaped center courtyard with two fountains and numerous places to sit and relax, while enjoying the great Fresno climate.
Sunnyside is located in southeast Fresno. The area was mostly developed in the 1950’s thru 1970’s. Recently however, the area was the target of some new residential and commercial development. Sunnyside Country Club, which opened in 1906, is a popular destination for golf tournaments and special events.
The Tower District is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Fresno. It is home to the Tower Theatre, a gorgeous historic landmark. It was revitalized to reflect its 1930’s style and marks the center of the neighborhood with its glorious old-fashioned marquee.
The Tower District is full of wonderful and exciting nightlife with local musicians, garden patio restaurants and bookstores. This eclectic, vibrant neighborhood has many different styles and yet remains consistent with the look and feel of many years ago.