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Why Live Here?
Fear of Commitment?
Having second thoughts about committing to a lease during these uncertain times? We hear you. We have three options that make commitment easy, like a no-premium month-to-month lease program (limited availability). Stop by our leasing office for a tour and complete details.

Sterling Downs...An Impressive Apartment Community featuring classic architecture and stylish interiors,private recreational facilities, and fine details usually reserved for luxury homes. We know your home is important to you. And so is your time. That's why we created Sterling Downs. A place where it all fits together. Your home at Sterling Downs is filled with amenities like a spacious kitchen and full-size washer and dryer. Every home includes a private garage that will hold your car, golf clubs, bike, or what ever else you need to store. Walk-in closets, kitchen pantries, linen closets and outdoor spaces hold even more of your stuff.
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Laundry
  • Short Term Lease
  • Gate
  • On-site Management
  • Storage Space
  • Fitness Center
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Transportation
  • 24-Hour Availability
  • Clubhouse
  • Business Center
  • Parking
  • Controlled Access
  • BBQ/Picnic Area
  • Courtyard
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Pet registration required. $25 pet fee per cat & $40 pet fee per dog. Breed Restictions Apply.
Garage Lot
Private garages with remote included
Building Information
  • Built: 2005
  • Units: 124
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 6 months, 12 months, 10 MONTH LEASES


About Chino Hills, CA

An affluent suburb located in San Bernardino County, Chino Hills, California sits just outside of LA, and was ranked 34 in Money Magazine as one of the best places to live in 2012. The Spanish settled in the area in 1771, but Chino did not come about until the land was purchased by Richard Gird in 1910. It soon became a great spot for tourists and was also used by bootleggers to hide away during the Prohibition Era because of how secluded the community were during those times. Today, the area offers shopping, dining, and year-round recreation, all within its city limits.