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40 Apartments for rent in Quartz Hill, CA

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1 Unit Available
42845 W 48th Street
42845 48th St W
Quartz Hill, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,395
800 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Guest Unit at West Lancaster Home For Rent. Unit has a private entrance. Large living room area w/ pool table. Full kitchen w/ fridge, wine fridge, granite countertops, back splashed tile, stainless steel appliances, dark cabinetry, and stove top.
1 Unit Available
5050 WEST AVENUE K-8
5050 West Avenue K 8
Quartz Hill, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1514 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Quartz Hill Home - 3 bedrooms - 1 3/4 bathrooms - Large property - Newly updated kitchen - Stove - Microwave - Laundry hook ups - NO garage - Window coverings - Central air and heating - RV access - NO horses - MINIMUM FICO CREDIT SCORE required
1 Unit Available
4350 Norval Avenue
4350 Norval Avenue
Quartz Hill, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
2422 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
4 Bedroom 3 Bath Home - Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 Bath 2 story home in Quarthill No Pets Allowed (RLNE6085435)
Results within 1 mile of Quartz Hill
1 Unit Available
5539 Avenida Entrada
5539 Avenida Entrada
Palmdale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,995
2765 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Stunning Belle Vista Estate Home For Rent. Located in a quiet gated community, this home has it all. 4 large bedrooms & downstairs office / bonus room. Large formal living room and dining room. Family room w/ fireplace.
1 Unit Available
3212 W Ave K1
3212 W Ave K-1
Lancaster, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
3512 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Nice location close to college, shopping park and schools. On a cul de sac. Large house with additional room and 3/4 bath on the first floor. Island in the kitchen and park like back yard. Fruit trees and fountain (bird bath).
1 Unit Available
4505 Talento Way
4505 Talento Way
Palmdale, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1386 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
West Palmdale Home across the street from Rancho Vista Elementary and Hillview Middle School. This home is one story with 3 BD, 2 full BTHS. Owner covers the gardening and gives credit on the water. Comes with stove, dishwasher and microwave.
1 Unit Available
3621 W Avenue J10
3621 West Avenue J 10
Lancaster, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,499
2224 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Sylish Single Story West Lancaster Home For Rent. Located in an excellent neighborhood, this home has 2,224 sq. ft. and 3 large bedrooms. Formal living room and dining room. Tile flooring throughout common areas and new carpet in bedrooms.
Results within 5 miles of Quartz Hill
1 Unit Available
38742 Panther Drive
38742 Panther Dr
Palmdale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,900
2564 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 11:44 PM
*** DO NOT DISTURB TENANTS*** Don't miss out on this beautiful home located in West Palmdale! 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms with one bed and bath downstairs.
1 Unit Available
43427 30th Street West
43427 30th Street West
Lancaster, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1200 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 11:44 PM
** WE ARE NOT SCHEDULING APPOINTMENTS TO VIEW THIS APARTMENT UNLESS YOU ARE AN APPROVED APPLICANT. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE VIEW THE PHOTOS/ VIRTUAL TOUR AND FILL OUT AN APPLICATION. ONCE APPROVED, YOU CAN VIEW THE APARTMENT.
1 Unit Available
1834 W Ave P 4
1834 West Avenue P 4
Palmdale, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1924 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
FIRST SEND CREDIT REPORTS/FICA, NO BAD CREDIT., INCOME 4X THE RENT, COPIES OF PAYCHECK STUBS FOR 4 MONTHS EACH,OR 4 BANK STATEMENTS.,3+ YEAR LEASE OR LONGER! NO PETS, NO SMOKING. VERY CLEAN 2 STORY.
1 Unit Available
3233 Club Rancho Drive
3233 Club Rancho Drive
Palmdale, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
2363 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Spectacular single story home located on the 5th Green of the Rancho Vista Golf Course. This impeccable home features a beautiful gourmet open kitchen with granite counter tops, plenty of cabinets and walk-in pantry.
1 Unit Available
43243 Doverwood Ct
43243 Doverwood Court
Lancaster, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1250 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Nice Single Story Built in 1980 with 1250 sq. ft. - Nice single story home that was built in 1980 with 1250 sq. ft. This home was remodeled a number of years ago.
1 Unit Available
6159 Treehaven Ct
6159 Treehaven Court
Lancaster, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,395
2020 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Beautiful 2,020 SF 4 bedroom + bonus room, 2 bath home. Located in West Lancaster on a cul-de-sac. - Beautiful 2,020 SF 4 bedroom + bonus room, 2 bath home. Located in West Lancaster on a cul-de-sac.
1 Unit Available
***854 WEST MILLING STREET
854 W Milling St , Lancaster, CA
South Downtown Lancaster
1 Bedroom
$975
480 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
(Application pending) Duplex in Downtown Lancaster - 1 bedroom - 1 bathroom - separate bedroom and living space - new luxury vinyl plank flooring - stove- window coverings - panel heating - swamp cooler - carport - front yard desertscape - private
1 Unit Available
42925 15TH STREET WEST UNIT C-4
42925 15th Street West
Lancaster, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1200 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
West Lancaster Townhouse Gated community - 2 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - community pool and spa - 2 story - electric stove - microwave - dishwasher - washer and dryer hook ups - fireplace - central heating and air - 2 car carport - MINIMUM FICO
1 Unit Available
2001 Willowbrook Ave
2001 Willowbrook Avenue
Palmdale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,700
1666 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 07:33 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 2001 Willowbrook Ave in Palmdale. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
39020 Deer Run Rd
39020 Deer Run Road
Desert View Highlands, CA
1 Bedroom
$800
1880 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 07:05 AM
We are renting a large bedroom in our 3 bedroom home. The home is shared between the owner and another single renter. This is a 3-bedroom home where the owner still resides and is looking for a renter for one of the bedrooms.
1 Unit Available
***45858 COVENTRY COURT
45858 Coventry Street , Lancaster, CA
Desert View
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1350 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:24 AM
(Application pending) West Lancaster Home - 3 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - stove - microwave- dishwasher - window coverings - tan carpet - laundry room - central heating and air - fireplace - 2 car garage - fenced and landscape back yard with patio
1 Unit Available
45533 Date Avenue
45533 Date Avenue , Lancaster, CA
Mariposa
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1138 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
45533 Date Avenue Lancaster CA 93534 - This charming 3 bedroom 1 bath home is ready for you and your family to move right in! Spacious kitchen area, covered patio, well maintained landscaping and original hardwood floor! With the fenced in Front
Results within 10 miles of Quartz Hill
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2 Units Available
Palm Chaparral
38441 5th St W
Palmdale, CA
Studio
$1,405
484 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,540
734 sqft
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 24 at 12:37 AM
Luxury studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments minutes from shopping, dining, entertainment and Antelope Valley Freeway. Pet-friendly community with pool, business center, media room, tennis court and on-site laundry. Modern kitchens, fireplace, walk-in closets, patio/balcony.
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The Arches at Regional Center West
570 Knollview Ct
Palmdale, CA
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,994
932 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:41 PM
Located in West Palmdale, close to shopping, schools and museums. Units feature patio/balcony, granite counters and garbage disposal. Community offers basketball court, BBQ grill, pool and courtyard.
1 Unit Available
38646 5th Street East
38646 5th Street East
Palmdale, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,350
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 23 at 11:44 PM
Move in ready first floor apartment with new interior paint, tile,carpet, and granite kitchen counter tops. Great location close to stores, banks, the train and the supermarket. The unit comes with stove,dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
38557 10th Place East
38557 10th Place East
Palmdale, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,299
525 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 11:44 PM
Move in ready first floor apartment with new interior paint, tile, and reglazed bathtubs/sinks. Great location close to stores, banks, and the supermarket. The unit comes with stove, HIP, VASH. AND SECTION 8 VOUCHER HOLDERS.
1 Unit Available
2018 E Avenue R4 Avenue
2018 East Avenue R 4
Palmdale, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1067 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Just rehabbed single story home. Entire home has tile flooring, no carpets. It has just been re-painted. The front yard is clean and backyard is fenced in with a swimming pool (fenced in pool), with 2 small back patios.
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Apartment Rentals in Quartz Hill start at $1,350/month.
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While some Quartz Hill properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Quartz Hill properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Quartz Hill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California Institute of Technology, Pacific Oaks College, University of California-Los Angeles, California Institute of the Arts, and College of the Canyons.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Quartz Hill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California Institute of Technology, Pacific Oaks College, University of California-Los Angeles, California Institute of the Arts, and College of the Canyons.
City GuideQuartz Hill
Up until about 40 years ago, Quartz Hill relied heavily on its almond orchards. Even though it has been decades since they were destroyed, the area still proudly hosts the Almond Blossom Festival annually.
Up until about 40 years ago, Quartz Hill relied heavily on its almond orchards. Even though it has been decades since they were destroyed, the area still proudly hosts the Almond Blossom Festival annually.

Quartz Hill is a census-designated place in the eastern part of Los Angeles County. So it's not exactly within walking distance of the beach or downtown L.A. -- unless you plan to walk for an hour -- but it is near the fairly well-known cities of Lancaster and Palmdale. It is also about a half hour away from Angeles National Forest and Castaic Lake. That means if you like the idea of being a reasonable drive away from the coast, lush trees, and lots of canyons and lakes, you'll probably appreciate Quartz Hill just as much as its 10,912 residents do.

Moving to Quartz Hill

If you are not familiar with the area, it's a good idea to get to know a bit about it before you put down roots. Even if you only plan to stay on a short-term basis, you should learn the types of homes and prices you will come across as you try to find places for rent in Quartz Hill.

Home Prices

As you begin your search for apartments or houses in this area, you will notice that the prices here are not that bad, at least for a place to live in California. The median rental and purchase prices are higher than the national average but lower than the state's average, so it could definitely be worse! The only downside is that the cost of living here is a little higher than average, but hey, that's kind of a given considering the state.

Searching for a Home

The vacancy rate in this area is about the same as the country's rate as a whole. So you don't need to feel too rushed looking for places to live in Quartz Hill, unless maybe you're just excited to start your search for your next home. Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment or a house with lots of space, you can prepare for the process by bringing a brief summary of your rental history, proof of income, and a check for any necessary deposits.

Types of Homes

The vast majority of housing in this area consists of single-family homes. And though you won't find hi-rise big city apartments in Quartz Hill, you will see a handful of small apartment complexes available. The median age for homes here is about 32, which is just a little newer than the national average. Of course, if you look hard enough, you can find some homes built before 1970 and after 2000 if you're into homes built in those time periods.

Moving to Quartz Hill
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If you are not familiar with the area, it's a good idea to get to know a bit about it before you put down roots. Even if you only plan to stay on a short-term basis, you should learn the types of homes and prices you will come across as you try to find places for rent in Quartz Hill.

Home Prices

As you begin your search for apartments or houses in this area, you will notice that the prices here are not that bad, at least for a place to live in California. The median rental and purchase prices are higher than the national average but lower than the state's average, so it could definitely be worse! The only downside is that the cost of living here is a little higher than average, but hey, that's kind of a given considering the state.

Searching for a Home

The vacancy rate in this area is about the same as the country's rate as a whole. So you don't need to feel too rushed looking for places to live in Quartz Hill, unless maybe you're just excited to start your search for your next home. Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment or a house with lots of space, you can prepare for the process by bringing a brief summary of your rental history, proof of income, and a check for any necessary deposits.

Types of Homes

The vast majority of housing in this area consists of single-family homes. And though you won't find hi-rise big city apartments in Quartz Hill, you will see a handful of small apartment complexes available. The median age for homes here is about 32, which is just a little newer than the national average. Of course, if you look hard enough, you can find some homes built before 1970 and after 2000 if you're into homes built in those time periods.

Quartz Hill Neighborhoods

Being a census-designated place, Quartz Hill is not huge. That being said, its area of more than 3.5 square miles is pretty impressive for a place with such a small population. Of course, with so few people, there are no clear cut neighborhoods here. But you can still get some idea of what it's like in each part of Quartz Hill.

Northern: If your intent is to live as close to Lancaster as you can get, this area should suffice. It features mostly homes, but sprinkled among the housing are some schools and a few businesses.

Southern: This part of Quartz Hill is just north of Palmdale, and this is where you will find lots of places to eat and shop. Fast food places like Carl's Jr., Pizza Hut, and Del Taco are just the tip of the iceberg. This area also features Scramblez Caf̩, Broken Bit Steakhouse, and Primo Burgers. Plus, there's also Quartz Hill Public Library, Albertson's, and Walgreens. So it's pretty much in the center of all the action!

Western: When you live in the western part of this CDP, you get the benefit of being a few minutes closer to the ocean. Sure, it's still a little over an hour away, but every second counts when you are headed for a day at the beach, right? Plus, this is where you will find George Lane Park, Quartz Hill Pharmacy, and Riga Tony's Pizza and Pasta.

Eastern: Want to be fairly close to a local freeway and Prime Desert Woodland Preserve? Then look for a home here! As a bonus, this area boasts El Toreo Far West, Del Taco, and Wienerschnitzel, so it's definitely worth a look.

Quartz Hill Neighborhoods
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Being a census-designated place, Quartz Hill is not huge. That being said, its area of more than 3.5 square miles is pretty impressive for a place with such a small population. Of course, with so few people, there are no clear cut neighborhoods here. But you can still get some idea of what it's like in each part of Quartz Hill.

Northern: If your intent is to live as close to Lancaster as you can get, this area should suffice. It features mostly homes, but sprinkled among the housing are some schools and a few businesses.

Southern: This part of Quartz Hill is just north of Palmdale, and this is where you will find lots of places to eat and shop. Fast food places like Carl's Jr., Pizza Hut, and Del Taco are just the tip of the iceberg. This area also features Scramblez Caf̩, Broken Bit Steakhouse, and Primo Burgers. Plus, there's also Quartz Hill Public Library, Albertson's, and Walgreens. So it's pretty much in the center of all the action!

Western: When you live in the western part of this CDP, you get the benefit of being a few minutes closer to the ocean. Sure, it's still a little over an hour away, but every second counts when you are headed for a day at the beach, right? Plus, this is where you will find George Lane Park, Quartz Hill Pharmacy, and Riga Tony's Pizza and Pasta.

Eastern: Want to be fairly close to a local freeway and Prime Desert Woodland Preserve? Then look for a home here! As a bonus, this area boasts El Toreo Far West, Del Taco, and Wienerschnitzel, so it's definitely worth a look.

Living in Quartz Hill

Looking at the activities and businesses available in this area, it seems the most popular thing to do is just eat, drink, and hang out. You're okay with that, right? The eateries here range from Medrano's Mexican Restaurant and Sagebrush Caf̩ to Clasico Tacos & Pizza and Office Sports Bar & Grill. So basically, no matter what kind of food you are in the mood for, you will be happy in Quartz Hill.

Of course, being a small area and all, what really makes this place exciting is the presence of so many attractions that surround it. Go a little east and you'll end up in Lancaster or Palmdale, both of which have lots of stores and eateries. Head south for about 20 minutes and you will hit Angeles National Forest, which features the Devil's Punch Bowl Park. After an hour of driving farther south, you will end up in a little ol' city called Los Angeles.

If you decide to go north, you can get to Bakersfield in about an hour. And then there is the area west of Quartz Hill. Technically, when you start heading west, you will get to Castaic Lake State Recreation Area before anything else, but eventually you will reach Los Padres National Forest and then Santa Barbara and its beautiful beaches. So what's not to love about Quartz Hill?

Living in Quartz Hill
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Looking at the activities and businesses available in this area, it seems the most popular thing to do is just eat, drink, and hang out. You're okay with that, right? The eateries here range from Medrano's Mexican Restaurant and Sagebrush Caf̩ to Clasico Tacos & Pizza and Office Sports Bar & Grill. So basically, no matter what kind of food you are in the mood for, you will be happy in Quartz Hill.

Of course, being a small area and all, what really makes this place exciting is the presence of so many attractions that surround it. Go a little east and you'll end up in Lancaster or Palmdale, both of which have lots of stores and eateries. Head south for about 20 minutes and you will hit Angeles National Forest, which features the Devil's Punch Bowl Park. After an hour of driving farther south, you will end up in a little ol' city called Los Angeles.

If you decide to go north, you can get to Bakersfield in about an hour. And then there is the area west of Quartz Hill. Technically, when you start heading west, you will get to Castaic Lake State Recreation Area before anything else, but eventually you will reach Los Padres National Forest and then Santa Barbara and its beautiful beaches. So what's not to love about Quartz Hill?

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City GuideQuartz Hill
Up until about 40 years ago, Quartz Hill relied heavily on its almond orchards. Even though it has been decades since they were destroyed, the area still proudly hosts the Almond Blossom Festival annually.
Up until about 40 years ago, Quartz Hill relied heavily on its almond orchards. Even though it has been decades since they were destroyed, the area still proudly hosts the Almond Blossom Festival annually.

Quartz Hill is a census-designated place in the eastern part of Los Angeles County. So it's not exactly within walking distance of the beach or downtown L.A. -- unless you plan to walk for an hour -- but it is near the fairly well-known cities of Lancaster and Palmdale. It is also about a half hour away from Angeles National Forest and Castaic Lake. That means if you like the idea of being a reasonable drive away from the coast, lush trees, and lots of canyons and lakes, you'll probably appreciate Quartz Hill just as much as its 10,912 residents do.

Moving to Quartz Hill

If you are not familiar with the area, it's a good idea to get to know a bit about it before you put down roots. Even if you only plan to stay on a short-term basis, you should learn the types of homes and prices you will come across as you try to find places for rent in Quartz Hill.

Home Prices

As you begin your search for apartments or houses in this area, you will notice that the prices here are not that bad, at least for a place to live in California. The median rental and purchase prices are higher than the national average but lower than the state's average, so it could definitely be worse! The only downside is that the cost of living here is a little higher than average, but hey, that's kind of a given considering the state.

Searching for a Home

The vacancy rate in this area is about the same as the country's rate as a whole. So you don't need to feel too rushed looking for places to live in Quartz Hill, unless maybe you're just excited to start your search for your next home. Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment or a house with lots of space, you can prepare for the process by bringing a brief summary of your rental history, proof of income, and a check for any necessary deposits.

Types of Homes

The vast majority of housing in this area consists of single-family homes. And though you won't find hi-rise big city apartments in Quartz Hill, you will see a handful of small apartment complexes available. The median age for homes here is about 32, which is just a little newer than the national average. Of course, if you look hard enough, you can find some homes built before 1970 and after 2000 if you're into homes built in those time periods.

Moving to Quartz Hill
+

If you are not familiar with the area, it's a good idea to get to know a bit about it before you put down roots. Even if you only plan to stay on a short-term basis, you should learn the types of homes and prices you will come across as you try to find places for rent in Quartz Hill.

Home Prices

As you begin your search for apartments or houses in this area, you will notice that the prices here are not that bad, at least for a place to live in California. The median rental and purchase prices are higher than the national average but lower than the state's average, so it could definitely be worse! The only downside is that the cost of living here is a little higher than average, but hey, that's kind of a given considering the state.

Searching for a Home

The vacancy rate in this area is about the same as the country's rate as a whole. So you don't need to feel too rushed looking for places to live in Quartz Hill, unless maybe you're just excited to start your search for your next home. Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment or a house with lots of space, you can prepare for the process by bringing a brief summary of your rental history, proof of income, and a check for any necessary deposits.

Types of Homes

The vast majority of housing in this area consists of single-family homes. And though you won't find hi-rise big city apartments in Quartz Hill, you will see a handful of small apartment complexes available. The median age for homes here is about 32, which is just a little newer than the national average. Of course, if you look hard enough, you can find some homes built before 1970 and after 2000 if you're into homes built in those time periods.

Quartz Hill Neighborhoods

Being a census-designated place, Quartz Hill is not huge. That being said, its area of more than 3.5 square miles is pretty impressive for a place with such a small population. Of course, with so few people, there are no clear cut neighborhoods here. But you can still get some idea of what it's like in each part of Quartz Hill.

Northern: If your intent is to live as close to Lancaster as you can get, this area should suffice. It features mostly homes, but sprinkled among the housing are some schools and a few businesses.

Southern: This part of Quartz Hill is just north of Palmdale, and this is where you will find lots of places to eat and shop. Fast food places like Carl's Jr., Pizza Hut, and Del Taco are just the tip of the iceberg. This area also features Scramblez Caf̩, Broken Bit Steakhouse, and Primo Burgers. Plus, there's also Quartz Hill Public Library, Albertson's, and Walgreens. So it's pretty much in the center of all the action!

Western: When you live in the western part of this CDP, you get the benefit of being a few minutes closer to the ocean. Sure, it's still a little over an hour away, but every second counts when you are headed for a day at the beach, right? Plus, this is where you will find George Lane Park, Quartz Hill Pharmacy, and Riga Tony's Pizza and Pasta.

Eastern: Want to be fairly close to a local freeway and Prime Desert Woodland Preserve? Then look for a home here! As a bonus, this area boasts El Toreo Far West, Del Taco, and Wienerschnitzel, so it's definitely worth a look.

Quartz Hill Neighborhoods
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Being a census-designated place, Quartz Hill is not huge. That being said, its area of more than 3.5 square miles is pretty impressive for a place with such a small population. Of course, with so few people, there are no clear cut neighborhoods here. But you can still get some idea of what it's like in each part of Quartz Hill.

Northern: If your intent is to live as close to Lancaster as you can get, this area should suffice. It features mostly homes, but sprinkled among the housing are some schools and a few businesses.

Southern: This part of Quartz Hill is just north of Palmdale, and this is where you will find lots of places to eat and shop. Fast food places like Carl's Jr., Pizza Hut, and Del Taco are just the tip of the iceberg. This area also features Scramblez Caf̩, Broken Bit Steakhouse, and Primo Burgers. Plus, there's also Quartz Hill Public Library, Albertson's, and Walgreens. So it's pretty much in the center of all the action!

Western: When you live in the western part of this CDP, you get the benefit of being a few minutes closer to the ocean. Sure, it's still a little over an hour away, but every second counts when you are headed for a day at the beach, right? Plus, this is where you will find George Lane Park, Quartz Hill Pharmacy, and Riga Tony's Pizza and Pasta.

Eastern: Want to be fairly close to a local freeway and Prime Desert Woodland Preserve? Then look for a home here! As a bonus, this area boasts El Toreo Far West, Del Taco, and Wienerschnitzel, so it's definitely worth a look.

Living in Quartz Hill

Looking at the activities and businesses available in this area, it seems the most popular thing to do is just eat, drink, and hang out. You're okay with that, right? The eateries here range from Medrano's Mexican Restaurant and Sagebrush Caf̩ to Clasico Tacos & Pizza and Office Sports Bar & Grill. So basically, no matter what kind of food you are in the mood for, you will be happy in Quartz Hill.

Of course, being a small area and all, what really makes this place exciting is the presence of so many attractions that surround it. Go a little east and you'll end up in Lancaster or Palmdale, both of which have lots of stores and eateries. Head south for about 20 minutes and you will hit Angeles National Forest, which features the Devil's Punch Bowl Park. After an hour of driving farther south, you will end up in a little ol' city called Los Angeles.

If you decide to go north, you can get to Bakersfield in about an hour. And then there is the area west of Quartz Hill. Technically, when you start heading west, you will get to Castaic Lake State Recreation Area before anything else, but eventually you will reach Los Padres National Forest and then Santa Barbara and its beautiful beaches. So what's not to love about Quartz Hill?

Living in Quartz Hill
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Looking at the activities and businesses available in this area, it seems the most popular thing to do is just eat, drink, and hang out. You're okay with that, right? The eateries here range from Medrano's Mexican Restaurant and Sagebrush Caf̩ to Clasico Tacos & Pizza and Office Sports Bar & Grill. So basically, no matter what kind of food you are in the mood for, you will be happy in Quartz Hill.

Of course, being a small area and all, what really makes this place exciting is the presence of so many attractions that surround it. Go a little east and you'll end up in Lancaster or Palmdale, both of which have lots of stores and eateries. Head south for about 20 minutes and you will hit Angeles National Forest, which features the Devil's Punch Bowl Park. After an hour of driving farther south, you will end up in a little ol' city called Los Angeles.

If you decide to go north, you can get to Bakersfield in about an hour. And then there is the area west of Quartz Hill. Technically, when you start heading west, you will get to Castaic Lake State Recreation Area before anything else, but eventually you will reach Los Padres National Forest and then Santa Barbara and its beautiful beaches. So what's not to love about Quartz Hill?