East Bakersfield Real Estate

Directly to the east of Downtown Bakersfield lies East Bakersfield Real Estate with its center-point being the corners of Baker and Sumner. This page will introduce you to information on East Bakersfield Real Estate and East Bakersfield  Homes for Sale.

East Bakersfield Real Estate is a diverse mixture of residential, commercial and even contains small business. From its inception in 1874 this area brings much history including Southern Pacific Railroad building a train depot and small local post office. The area now is often referred to as “Old Kern” and is the place to go if you like Basque food. Population for  this areas is approximately 37,204 and offers several schools to choose from. East Bakersfield and it’s surrounding areas bring culture, history and diversity to the area.

East Bakersfield Real Estate offers mature neighborhoods and diversity

East Bakersfield resides within the Bakersfield City School District. Schools in the area include College Heights Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Myra A. Noble Elementary, Longfellow Elementary. Williams Elementary, Bessie Owens Middle School, Washington Middle School and Bakersfield High School. There are also a couple private schools in the area including Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH), Carden School of Bakersfield and Garces Memorial High School.

One great thing about East Bakersfield Real Estate is the history this areas has to offer. Along those same lines brings the ability for some great museums. There is plenty to do in East Bakersfield but if you do like museums there are three to choose from; Bakersfield Museum of Art, Buena Vista Museum of Natural History and The Kern County Museum.

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