Luxury comes in all shapes and sizes, particularly at the Countrywood apartments in Redlands, where we offer spacious and modern 1 & 2 bedroom layouts. Our units work for families, young singles, busy professionals, or any other demographic you’d might fit. Our complex offers a community feel with a courtyard, greenery, and open layout and amenities that match any location in the area.
We are located a short distance from the University of Redlands and downtown Redlands, where residents can find a burgeoning nightlife scene, shops, entertainment and tasty food locations. Our units themselves include a faux fireplace, patios, balconies, wood style flooring, ceiling fans, accent walls, and much more. The best way to truly experience the luxury and modern layout we offer is with a guided tour. Contact our team at (866) 858-6750 for a FREE tour of our units. We hope you fall in love and move into a new apartment in 2017! We can’t wait to meet you.
With a pleasant Mediterranean climate and a community culture of cultivating citrus trees, Redlands offers a high quality of life in beautiful and healthy surroundings. Those seeking things to do in Redlands are fortunate enough to have a large variety of options.
Kimberly Crest House & Gardens provides visitors with a quintessential Redlands experience. With its abundance of Victorian architecture, Redlands is a history buff’s paradise, and the Kimberly Crest house reflects the city’s history perfectly. Community programs and activities are scheduled for the second Sunday of each month, and public tours are available on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Kimberly House is closed on Chirstmas, New Years Day, and for the entire month of August.
Civil war enthusiasts will love visiting the Lincoln Memorial Shrine in Redlands, where rotating exhibits keep history alive. The shrine is open from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. on most days. Group tours for parties of 12 or more can be arranged for between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon by calling ahead.
For more information on how to get the most out of life in the beautiful city of Redlands, please feel free to contact our office at your convenience.
Not sure what to do this New Year’s Eve? Well, don’t worry, we got you covered with a few awesome things to try near your apartment. The City of Redlands always has a few fun events on tap and this NYE won’t be any different. Here is a quick look:
Mill Creek’s NYE Gala
Are you ready for an All You Can Eat NYE Grand Buffet? Cause we definitely are! The local will provide music by “The Burners” and a free champagne toast and party favors at midnight. Tickets cost $40
NYE Masquerade Bash
If a party is more your NYE scene stop by the Masquerade bash at the Speak Easy Bar. The fun starts at 10pm and lasts until 2am. A Free champagne Toast will be provided during the New Year countdown at Midnight. Masks will also be available. 25 E State St. Redlands, CA. Call to make a reservation (909)793-1919.
Renaissance New Year’s’ Masquerade Ball
Stop by the The Renaissance for a upscale Wine themed NYE party. Tickets cost $65 for the event and can be purchased by contacting Maricela @ The Renaissance (909)-798-3462. 404 E. State Street. The night will feature live music from The Connie Roener Band and Hor’s D’evours will be served.
Who’s ready for a holiday tea party in Redlands? Then this weekend is the perfect time to stop by the Eating Room in Redlands. The restaurant is owned by Martha Green and takes pride in serving Southern style food and baked goods with a modern twist. The coffee shop is known for their British inspired tea parties and this holiday season they plan to host another fun filled family event.
The tea party cost $30 per ticket for two hours of tea, food, and desserts from one of the tastiest locations in all of Redlands. So if you are looking to make a few new friends and interact with the people in your community, then put on your Sunday’s best and stop by for some tea time food. This is an event you won’t regret attending. Here is a bit more information and ways to purchase tickets.
107 E. Citrus Avenue Redlands
4:00-6:00 p.m. December 17
$30 per person includes a take home Christmas treat
If you’ve been in the mood for some good old fashioned American cuisine the City of Redlands has some of the best burgers around. The Eureka! And The Slate gastropubs continue to be the most popular restaurants in the area–and with good cause because the food is tasty and made with a flair typically reserved for high end restaurants. Here is a bit more info about each spot.
345 Pearl Ave
Redlands, CA 92374
Phone number (909) 335-5700
If you are looking for a revelation, the Eureka! is the place that will have you coming to your senses. The truffles fries seem to have the locals climbing up the walls and the beer on tap continues to hit the spot for those needing a drink to finish off their meal.
22 E State St
Redlands, CA 92373
Phone number (909) 793-2777
The State pops in with over 600 four star reviews and remains one of the critics choice for burgers and gastropub food in the area. The Basil Bourbon Lemonade may be the best thing you’ll drink all month so be sure to get a refill and enjoy.
Holiday music is typically hit or miss. Some people absolutely love it, and others absolutely hate it. At this blog, however, we can listen to holiday music 24/7 (which we do by the way), so we’ll take any chance we get to sing along to Winter Wonderland (sorry if you hate it). For the other holiday music lovers out there, the University of Redlands Brass Ensemble will be hosting a night of holiday music and fun.
Next Tuesday the University will present a varied show with festive music and an 18-piece brass ensemble made up of the school’s music majors. And best of all, the event is open to the public and FREE to attend. Seating is limited, so you will need a reservation. Check out the link below to get all the details and make a reservation. We hope you have a blast and enjoy the festive music.
Tuesday, December 6th | 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Are you looking for a side dish to make your guest’s mouth water during Thanksgiving dinner? Well then we have the perfect recipe for you. Here is a simple, yet tasty chili hush puppies recipe to try.
4 cups of canola oil
1 cup of cornbread batter
3/4 cup of chili
1 tablespoon diced parsley leaves
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Spicy Sour Cream Dipping Sauce:
1/2 cup of sour cream
2 teaspoons of diced chives
1/2 teaspoon of Cajun seasoning
1/2 teaspoon of Tabasco sauce
Start by heating your oil with medium heat until it reaches 360 degrees. Next grab a large mixing bowl and add in the cornbread batter, chili, parsley, and baking powder–mixed until the substance is thoroughly combined.
Next drop a few large tablespoons of batter into the hot oil and fry until golden brown (which turns into 4 or 5 minutes stretches). Do not overcrowd the pan and only make four or five at a time.
Place the finished puppies on a paper towel so excess oil can be released. Next make the spicy sour cream dipping sauce by combining all the ingredients and whisking until everything is mixed.
Music might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the City of Redlands, but the area does have a wonderful host of artists coming to the area during the month of November. Here is a quick look at all the locations hosting music events and concerts over the next few weeks. Have fun and let the music make your holidays event brighter.
Mill Creek Cattle Company: if you would like to create your own music, the Cattle Company hosts karaoke every Fri & Sat. The location is at 1874 Mentone Blvd. 909-389-0706 and also provides a Dueling Pianos show. Friday & Saturday, Nov. 25 & 26th @ 8:30 pm.
Rok N Fondue: Provides patrons with live music from 8-11pm 25 E. State Street
Chez Sabine: Come down for some live jazz and classic guitar every Fridays & Saturdays 6 – 9 PM. The locations offers an upscale food menu with a wide variety of excellent wine options. 615 W State Street
Check out the link provided to get detailed information about all the dates, times and locations coming up.
The holidays are officially here–if you don’t believe us, just walk into any Target. And while November and December is truly the “most wonderful time of the year”, your waistline might not think so. Working out during the winter can be daunting because of the weather, so our gift to you is few tips for staying motivated to work out during the holidays.
Get the right clothes: the key to succeeding at just about anything in life is to be prepared. When it comes to winter workouts, shorts and a tee shirt won’t cut it. Be sure to buy the right gear to keep your warming during those jogs or trips to the gym.
Exercise in the morning: we all saying we’re going to exercise after work, but few of us do it on a consistent basis. The best way to keep a consistent workout routine is to do it in the morning. If you have work, wake up an hour early and go for a run or jog. It’ll keep you slim for the holidays.
Warm up inside: If you are going for the morning jog, the weather might be your biggest deterrent. So try warming up inside to get your body temperature up and keep yourself nice and toasty during the workout.