Neighborhoods with land in the Temecula & Murrieta areas
Hey, guys, hey, this is Justin Short with "RE/MAX Real Pros" again, and I wanted to create another video for you to talk to you about the five top neighborhoods to live in here in the Temecula Murietta area if you want to live on some land. So if you want space, you want acreage, you want room from your neighbors, these are the top five best places to live. Let's go ahead and get into it.
Hey guys, hey, this is Justin Short with "RE/MAX Real Pros," and again, I sell real estate here locally. I wanted to create this video to talk to you about the five areas where you can get a little bit of land. As I'm sure most of you know, probably 90% of our area here, so that's like the Temecula- [inaudible 00:00:51] Valley, is going to be track homes. Builders come in, they build a bunch of homes in some sort of a planned community; they're anywhere from a 5,000 square foot lot to maybe a 10,000 square foot lot, and the downside, for some people, is they just don't have a ton of space. So if you want more room, if you want animals, and be able to do horses and different type of things, or store cars, or extra garages and all that good stuff, and you want a little bit of room, these are going to be the top five places for you to live.
They're going to rank them one through five; they're not in any particular order, but we want to give you the best neighborhoods. Number one is a neighborhood here in Temecula that is Meadowview. Meadowview here in Temecula is a great location; it's right here central, it's right here next to the mall. The benefit, it's not like it's far out in the hills; you're seven minutes from the freeway, five minutes from the freeway. Super, super accessible, not an extravagant price point. You're going to see mostly about a half acre to an acre; you'll see some about an acre, so you'll have plenty of space. You'll be able to be close to town and be in a nice area, so Meadowview is going to be super desirable.
All right, neighborhood number two is going to be out in wine country in Temecula, that's like Rancho California Road, keep going out towards the wineries; that's considered wine country. The benefit out there, you're close to the wineries, you're not too far from town, and you can get more land. You're really going to be anywhere from a half acre to mostly five acres, six acres, up to 10 acres, in a lot of cases. If you want land, you want space, it's a great area for that. For some people, it's going to be a little bit too far out, so you may want to be a little more in town like some of the other communities, but you can definitely get plenty of space and be next to the beautiful wineries out there.
Area number three that we'll go over in Temecula is going to be the De Luz area. That is, again, off of Rancho California Road on the west hand side of the freeway, kind of up in the hills there. Different terrain; super, super green, very hilly, a lot of big green trees and fruit trees, all that type of stuff. Very secluded, because you have the natural topography of the mountains up there, so super cool place. Minimum lot size is going to be about four acres; you'll see them go 10 acres all the way up to 20 acres. You'll definitely get a lot of space, but just not super flat. Some lots are, but definitely more terrain, more hilly. You'll see some hilltop properties, things like that. But De Luz is a great place.
Neighborhood number four is going to be La Cresta. La Cresta is in Murrieta; it's off of Clinton Keith. You go west off Clinton Keith, off the freeway, up in the hills up there. Beautiful area. You're going to have four to six acre lots, for the most part. All custom homes, a lot of unique properties. Definitely a little bit more of a horse community; there's horse trails and all types of good stuff like that. All custom homes, and a really desirable area that a lot of people like. Downside, again, you are a little bit farther out, so you're a little bit up in the hills; you may be 15 minutes from the freeway, that type of thing. But you feel private, so there's some pluses there.
Neighborhood number five is actually going to be your Old Town Murrieta area, so super desirable. It's right here; my office is actually in Old Town Murrieta, so it's like a half mile from us here. It's on the west side of the freeway. It is flat for the most part, so great properties for horses or livestock animals, anything like that, and the other benefit is it's right here in town. You're not up in the hills, you're not secluded. You're minutes away from the mall, you're minutes away from the shopping centers, you're minutes away from schools; there's all types of benefits to being close by. So if that's important, I would recommend looking in the Old Town Murrieta area, and if not, you have all those others to choose from, as well.
So if you're looking for space, if you're looking for animal space, you're looking for doing anything with your property that you can't do in a track home, those are really going to be your five best areas to look in here in the Murrieta and Temecula Valley. Hopefully the video helps you out and keeps an eye for what's possible out there, and if you have any questions you can feel free to reach out any time. All right, thanks guys. Have a good one.