Tucked away in the broad city of Murrieta, Bear Creek offers a unique senese of living, with its breathtaking views and historic signature design.
Bear Creek is a private, gate guarded community comprised of a premiere collection of 620 homes, both single family and town-home style, designed around a magnificent Jack Nicklaus 18 hole golf course and nestled into the hills above Murrieta.
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Country Road Estates sites in a location that gives it an advantage over other subdivisions - it is surrounded by nature's wonders. Coming into the estate, you will drive along a park-like area where you will find the local wildlife such as broglas, ducks, and even pelicans.
But aside from the natural wonders that Country Road Estates has to offer, it is the beauty of living here that makes this place one of a kind. From hospitable neighbors to complete facilities, Country Road Esates will certainly have everything you will need for an enjoyable home.
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Crown Hill Reserves sits within the renowned Wine Country of Temecula. The community offers a kind of exclusiveness that could only be found in private, gated communities. Within the confines of the community's grandeur lies 28 semi-custom estates constructed with meticulous care and artistry.
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De Luz is an unincorporated community in the San Diego County, sitting at the southern end of the Santa Ana Mountains. In spite of the town's rural setting, one can find a unique sense of openness, natural grandeur and peaceful quietness.
Don't get taken aback by De Luz's rural aura - this town is not only accessible to large communities such as San Diego and Hollywood, but it also offers a near-Mediterranean climate.
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The GlenOak Hills community, incorporated in 1969, encompasses 1,316 acres of gently rolling hills adjacent to Temecula Valley’s Wine Country. It is a private community of 300+ custom homes situated on 2.5 – 10 acre parcels, and includes a clubhouse, two tennis courts, playground and horseback riding arena. There are two entrances, north and south, off De Portola Road, in which the aforementioned amenities are situated on 13.5 acres at the north entrance. Citrus groves, vineyards, horses and natural, rustic beauty make up the scenery. All roads are paved and county-maintained.
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The affluent and exclusive community of La Cresta is an unincorporated development in the Santa Ana Mountains directly west of the Murrieta city limits, and directly north of the Temecula neighborhood.
Surrounding La Cresta are nature’s fine wonders such as the vast Cleveland National Forest and the Santa Rosa Ecological Reserve, making this one-of-a-kind community a spectacular place to live in. Clean air and ocean breeze are just some of the things that would make you love this place.
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Los Ranchitos is in the Riverside County of the State of California in the City of Temecula’s southeast section.
The name, Los Ranchitos means “Little Ranches”. It consists of 189 parcels of two to five acres of rural, equestrian properties. In keeping with the rural atmosphere, the residents enjoy not having streetlights, curbs, and gutters. It is five minutes to “Old Town” and a fifteen minute drive to our Promenade Mall, and many other businesses.
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The community of Meadowview in California's Temecula county boasts more than 360 acres of serene, peaceful and environment-friendly living. Aside from its famous community center, Meadowview features numerous walking trails, a spa, tennis and basketball courts, and swimming pools. There is even an equestrian center for horse lovers, and meadows for you to ride them over on.
Meadowview is of close proximity to places of entertainment, schools, and even malls and stores.
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Morgan Hill is located in southern Santa Clara Valley, approximately 12 miles south of San Jose, 10 miles north of Gilroy, and 15 miles inland from the Pacific Coast. The Valley is approximately 4 miles wide and is surrounded by the Santa Cruz mountain range to the west, and the Diablo mountain range to the east. Its picturesque hillside setting and exceptional quality of life are very appealing.
Parks and open spaces abound, making Morgan Hill one of the last communities in the region with a charming, small town atmosphere and a short commute to the businesses of the Silicon Valley. Caltrain runs daily through the city and connects commuters to San Jose's light rail systems throughout the Bay Area. Morgan Hill is considered a natural setting for business, providing a balanced environment that inspires innovation and productivity.
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The 53-home Murrieta Equestrian community features a 3.5 acre equestrian facility, which is perfect for horse riders and lovers alike. Additionally, the community features horse trails throughout the property and those trails connect to the existing network of trails in the area, largely rural land nestled at the base of the Santa Ana Mountains.
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For years, warmed by the sun and refreshed by gentle breezes, olives ripened large and flavorful in orchards that covered the rolling hills near Murrieta. Today at Olive Hill Ranch, families live and grow in the shelter of many of these same trees. Resting at the base of the Santa Rosa Plateau ecological reserve, Olive Hill Ranch is a gated community of 44 homes on one-acre sites that blend seamlessly into the pastoral surroundings. Sweeping views of the valley and foothills provide an ever-changing panorama...from soft light of sunrise over the eastern mountains to brilliant explosions of color as the sun dips over the hills. The community's location is secluded, yet easily accessible to everything you need. Shopping, schools and conveniences are minutes away. Lakes, hiking trails, golf courses and parks are within easy reach.
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The Santiago Estates is a community nestled in the wonders of nature. Sitting right at the foot of the Los Angeles National Forest, this beautiful slice of environmentally-friendly community offers a perfect place to raise a family.
Living in Santiago Estates is a one-of-a-kind experience. The community offers a lot of activities that will keep one occupied. From basketball courts and playgrounds to spas and swimming pools, there is always something to do.
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The climate and terrain of Southern California is perfect for raising large animals, especially horses. Many of the homes in the Wine Country area of Temecula feature facilities for the care and keeping of horses. If you’re into the ranch lifestyle, then take a look at the many Temecula Horse properties. As a resident of Temecula Horse Property you can ride on many trails some alongside Vineyards, Citrus or Avacado groves.
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The Reserve at Crowne Hill, located in the wine country of Temecula, offers the exclusiveness of a private, gated community. Behind these gates are 28 semi custom estates built by Craftsmen homes. Appointments in this estate are outstanding including amenities and the highest level of attention to detail.
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Sitting along the I-15 and part of the historic U.S. Route 395, West Murrieta has become one of the most populated communities in Riverside County. It wasn’t always like this, but during the mid-nineties the community made efforts to improve the city and has since grown to become one of the largest in California.
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California’s Wine Country is known world-wide as a premium wine-growing region. Viticulture and wine-making have been practiced in the region since the mid-19th century. There are over 400 wineries in the area north of San Francisco, mostly located in the area's valleys, including Napa Valley in Napa County, and the Sonoma Valley, Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, Bennett Valley, and Russian River Valley in Sonoma County.
Tourists come to the region not only for wine tasting, but also for hiking, bicycling, hot air ballooning, and historic sites, as well as the extensive culinary choices. Besides the obvious winery attractions, the Wine Country is known for the Sonoma County coastline along the Pacific Ocean, the Russian River valley, redwoods, hot spring baths, petrified forests and other natural areas.