Moving to Rosemead?
Rosemead should not be mistaken for a place where you can find a variety of roses. It was named after Leonard Rose “Rose’s Meadow,” 500-700 acres of horse breeding/training land in 1855. Like every early settlers, City of Rosemead is a melting pot of culture diversity that can also be mistaken for a pre-dominant Asian race settlement. It has one of the least affordable prices for home ownership. A vast majority of properties remains outdated. When opportunity knocks at your door, don’t hesitate to buy or sell.
Rosemead Airport in the late 1940’s-1950’s is one of the vanished airports that had spanned south of I-10 and Rosemead Blvd along today’s known Flair Drive and Telstar Ave, now developed into a commercial district.