Fresno High Neighborhood
The Fresno-High neighborhood is located between Ashlan Ave and the 180 highway and between the 99 highway and the 41 highway. The area consists of 8.5 square miles and has a population of almost 59,000 people. It is ranked number five of the best places to live in Fresno. Here are a few reasons to live in the Fresno-High neighborhood.
The Fresno-High neighborhood has endless amenities. There are a number of art galleries to visit including Aztlan Expressions Gallery and Fresno Art Hub Fine Art Gallery and Studio. Located nearby is the Fresno Chaffee Zoo, The Fresno Philharmonic, and the Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center. Ampersand Ice Cream, across from Fresno High School, is a great place to go as a family to enjoy ice cream made with all local ingredients. There are dozens of restaurants to go to in the Tower District as well as a lot of shopping.
Cost of Living
The cost of living in the Fresno-High neighborhood is 25 percent lower than Fresno’s average. The median rent paid in this area in 2013 was $733. Most homes for sale range from $130k to 250k, making it affordable for first-time home buyers.
The Fresno-High neighborhood is in a great location close to lots of activities. It is also in close proximity to highways 180, 99, and 41 making it easy to get around the city of Fresno.