The American Dream is to own a house in the suburbs and in the San Fernando Valley it has always been a families dream and goal. With a population of over 1 million in the valley land comes at a premium and the hillsides are becoming sprinkled with homes as more and more people demand a piece of the American Dream. One of the things about living in an ever evolving valley is that a plot of land never sits empty for very long. This particular plot of land sat empty with overgrown grass for quite a while and in the previous decades it would have had one or two homes on it with large front and back yards. When the fence surrounding the property came down it was interesting to see the dirt being removed and the houses being built from the ground up. Once an empty plot of land now 6 months later sits 9 brand new homes with beautiful landscaping, a community pool, and 2 car detached garages. Here's the website of the new Haskell Mission homes and click on the slide show for a peek inside these homes.
Rebecca is a freelance writer and editor in Southern California with a background in Journalism and a degree in English Literature. She specializes in non-fiction articles for the wedding and pet industry. She blogs about animals, Hollywood and books.