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Santa Clarita Community Tours: Old Town Newhall

Welcome to Old Town Newhall in the Santa Clarita Valley!

This was the original Town Center dating back to the late 19th century when the area was first settle by the family of Henry Mayo Newhall, and remained a vital hub for shopping and entertainment until the expansion of the master planned neighborhoods like Valencia to the north.

By the 1990’s, revitalization efforts began taking place, and in the last decade Old Town Newhall has once gain transformed to become THE place to be in the SCV.

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Filled with upscale retail shops, restaurants, two live performing arts venues, and a variety of small businesses, Old Town Newhall rests between the Santa Clarita Public Library (Also known as the Old Town Newhall Library) to the north, and William S. Hart Park to the south

Santa Clarita Remembers Our Veterans

The Veteran’s Plaza is a half acre site that honors our military heroes who have served their country. It features over 50 trees, a waterscape, flags from all five branches of the military, and a brick walkway lining the perimeter inscribed with the names of military from family and friends in the area.

The Western Walk of Stars began in 1981 as a walk of fame dedicated to western stars and artists who have contributed to America’s heritage since 1900.

Old Town Newhall is also host to a weekly farmer’s market, a monthly art walk called ArtSlam, and the City of Santa Clarita’s Senses On Main block party every third Thursday of of the month, featuring a different theme each month.

Thinking about moving to Santa Clarita?

As you can see from our real estate and community tours, Santa Clarita has a lot to offer for anyone thinking of buying a home in this great valley. Montemayor and Associates are here to help. As Santa Clarita residents ourselves, we have insight and intimate knowledge of all of the great neighborhoods and communities in the Valley. Contact us today for a no obligation discussion about your real estate wants and needs.

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