San Marino is a community near Monrovia. This area and nearby communities have some of the best real estate in California and throughout the United States.
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In 2014, Forbes magazine ranked the city as the 48th most expensive area to live in the United States. In 2014, LA Weekly ranked the city as the 3rd most expensive area to live in the Los Angeles County, topping Beverly Hills (7th), Malibu (5th), and more. There are no homes priced under US$1,000,000, with the medianlist price of a single family home at US$3,000,000.
In 2017, Bloomberg ranked the city number 78 in the country with the 2015 “Average Household Income” of $207,276 as “America’s 100 Richest Places”. In California, the city ranked number 18 and in Los Angeles County, the city ranked number 5, topping Beverly Hills.
San Marino is the location of the Huntington Library and gardens. In 1919 Henry Huntington provided limited access to the art collections, and to the rare books and historical documents, housed in the library and in his large Neoclassical–Palladian mansion, as well as to the surrounding botanical gardens, all collectively known as “The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens”, or “The Huntington”, to the public.