La Sierra Acres

La Sierra Acres features a mix of rural and suburban developments on the western end of the City of Riverside. The region is almost completely developed for low-density residential uses, most built before the area was incorporated in 1964. This area reflects a rural, country-style character not found elsewhere within the city.

 

Neighborhood Info

About La Sierra Acres Riverside, California:

La Sierra Acres became a part of Riverside in 1964 in the largest annexation in the city’s history. The urban environment reflects a more rural lifestyle, with large blocks and large residential lots. The region is almost completely developed for low-density residential uses, most built before incorporation. Thus many homes in this area reflect a rural, country-style character not found elsewhere within the city.

Animal keeping is popular in this area. The terrain is composed of rolling hills, which creates a good mix of vistas and sheltered areas.

The major population increase took place in the 1950s and 1960s, similar to the rest of Riverside.

The Tyler Galleria was built in 1970 and has evolved over time. The most recent addition to the neighborhood is a 185-acre, 1,000-unit master-planed housing development RiverWalk. The development offers a mix of housing types, from large-lot single-family houses to condominiums, along with open space, recreational and community amenities.
Population
11,666
up 16% since 2000
Households
2,795
53% with children
Ownership
62% Owned
38% rented, 6% vacant
Average Home Value
$310,189
Average Year Built
1970

Communities



La Sierra Acres Riverside includes the friendly communities of La Sierra Acres. Remember, La Sierra Acres Riverside is sometimes spelled as La Sierra Acres, La Siera Acres, or lasierraacres. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Homeowner Advocates, Dream Big Real Estate.

La Sierra Acres , Riverside
  • About La Sierra Acres

About La Sierra Acres Riverside, California:

La Sierra Acres became a part of Riverside in 1964 in the largest annexation in the city’s history. The urban environment reflects a more rural lifestyle, with large blocks and large residential lots. The region is almost completely developed for low-density residential uses, most built before incorporation. Thus many homes in this area reflect a rural, country-style character not found elsewhere within the city.

Animal keeping is popular in this area. The terrain is composed of rolling hills, which creates a good mix of vistas and sheltered areas.

The major population increase took place in the 1950s and 1960s, similar to the rest of Riverside.

The Tyler Galleria was built in 1970 and has evolved over time. The most recent addition to the neighborhood is a 185-acre, 1,000-unit master-planed housing development RiverWalk. The development offers a mix of housing types, from large-lot single-family houses to condominiums, along with open space, recreational and community amenities.

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