Neighborhoods in Saugus

Aerial Shot Neighborhood in Saugus CA
Aerial shot from Saugus. Notice the RARE snow capped mountains.

The neighborhoods in Saugus are approximately located at the north end of the City of Santa Clarita. There are 8 main neighborhoods within Saugus but those are only the primary, legally defined neighborhoods. These are the areas Realtors use to find properties in the Multiple Listing Service. Then, the neighborhoods are further broken down into multiple subdivisions, per each area.

See our full list of the neighborhoods or communities in Saugus of Santa Clarita. Simply tap or click on the link for each specific neighborhood to see a full report, filled with extensive, first hand information.

Overview of Saugus Neighborhoods

See below, links to each of the Saugus communities for which we have published a report.

Summary of Saugus Neighborhoods?

In the recent years the Saugus neighborhoods have become more popular than ever before. With the development of new communities such as Villa Metro, River Village Five Knolls and Skyline, Saugus is no longer an older community. In fact, these newer neighborhoods are quite nice and continue to attract home buyers from throughout Santa Clarita and beyond. To learn more, click on the links above to see full reports or each community.

Housing Tracts or Subdivisions

A housing tract is also considered to be a subdivision. Nowadays Santa Clarita is no longer referring to subdivisions as tracts, but you may still hear the term from time to time. Just remember, each neighborhood is nothing more than a subdivision of the over arching community.

Unique Neighborhoods

If searching homes for sale in Saugus, CA, buyers might notice the differences going from one neighborhood to another, but not usually from block to block. One neighborhood could be of slightly different design and really, it’s barely noticeable. Certainly, when traveling from an older, classic neighborhood to a newer contemporary neighborhood the difference is obvious.

Each separate community is further divided into multiple subdivisions or neighborhoods. As an example, Plum Canyon alone consists of at least 30 subdivisions. Copperhill North has at least 27 sub divisions. Then, Bouquet Canyon has over 35 different neighborhoods.

Why Have We Published Our Neighborhood Reports?

When planning to buy a home, most of us tend to narrow our search to specific neighborhoods. This is exactly why we created our neighborhood reports. Other than the MLS listings, all the descriptions, videos and photos are first hand, created by our team. We are confident this will help our website visitors make more informed decisions about where to live.

What’s so Special About Saugus

The Saugus community is a bit different than some others. Often times in the older, and even some newer neighborhoods, buyers can find homes in Saugus with no homeowner’s association. This is nearly impossible in Valencia. There is also more opportunity to buy properties with larger lots or some acreage, especially if looking back in Bouquet Canyon.

Central Park sits in the heart of Saugus and is a welcome attraction for local residents. Central Park is also where the Concert in the Parks series is hosted. Though there plenty of fast food dining and convenience store shopping here in Saugus but if you want the big stores, you’ll need to head on over to Valencia, located just a next door.

Local Realtors for Neighborhoods in Saugus

We are Matt & Meray Gregory of the Gregory Real Estate Group. We’re always happy to answer any question you might have. We have lived in Santa Clarita our entire lives and have plenty of first hand information to share.

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Matt & Meray Gregory
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