Orangecrest

Orangecrest | Orangecrest Homes For Sale | Orangecrest Real Estate Agents | Orangecrest Short Sales | Orangecrest Foreclosures | Brian Bean and Tim HardinOrangecrest is the newest addition to the city, with the major portion annexed in 1986. The remaining portions were added in two smaller annexations in 1994 and 1996. This neighborhood is a so-called master-planned community, covering 1,514 acres, with areas designated for residential, commercial, office, industrial and recreational uses. When the neighborhood is complete, there will be more than 5,000 houses, covering a wide price and size range.

The neighborhood provides four elementary, one middle and one high school, along with three parks. Orangecrest is marked by its very homogenous nature – property values, average household incomes, and ages all fall within a very narrow range, when compared with other neighborhoods.

Nearly all of the residents of the neighborhood are commuters. Residential development has occurred very quickly, with growth concentrated in the late 1980s and early 1990s, again from 2003 to 2007 and then again the past two years. All of the houses have tile roofs and were built after 1988, with similar architecture. Nearly all of the streets provide cul-de-sacs and long curves, reflecting the current trend in urban design. Traffic is directed away from residential streets and concentrated, via Orange Terrace Parkway, onto two main thoroughfares, Van Buren Boulevard and Trautwein Road.

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About Orangecrest, Riverside, California

Orangecrest is the newest addition to the city, with the major portion annexed in 1986. The remaining portions were added in two smaller annexations in 1994 and 1996. This neighborhood is a so-called master-planned community, covering 1,514 acres, with areas designated for residential, commercial, office, industrial and recreational uses. When the neighborhood is complete, there will be more than 5,000 houses, covering a wide price and size range.

The neighborhood provides four elementary, one middle and one high school, along with three parks. This neighborhood is marked by its very homogenous nature - property values, average household incomes, and ages all fall within a very narrow range, when compared with other neighborhoods.

Nearly all of the residents of the neighborhood are commuters. Residential development has occurred very quickly, with growth concentrated in the late 1980s and early 1990s, again from 2003 to 2007 and then again the past two years. All of the houses have tile roofs and were built after 1988, with similar architecture. Nearly all of the streets provide cul-de-sacs and long curves, reflecting the current trend in urban design. Traffic is directed away from residential streets and concentrated, via Orange Terrace Parkway, onto two main thoroughfares, Van Buren Boulevard and Trautwein Road.

Orangecrest Riverside includes the friendly communities of Orangecrest, Orangecrest Country, Mission Ranch, Autumn Ridge, and Moonlight Ridge. Remember, Orangecrest Riverside is sometimes spelled as Orange Crest or River Side. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Team at Realty ONE Group Champions.

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Population
21,251
up 112% since 2000
Households
5,859
56% with children
Ownership
88% Owned
12% rented, 3% vacant
Average Home Value
$381,946
Average Year Built
1996

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Orangecrest Riverside includes the friendly communities of Orangecrest, Orangecrest Country, Mission Ranch, Autumn Ridge, Rancho Valencia and Moonlight Ridge. Remember, Orangecrest Riverside is sometimes spelled as Orange Crest or River Side. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Team at Realty ONE Group Champions.

Orangecrest , Riverside
  • About Orangecrest

About Orangecrest, Riverside, California

Orangecrest is the newest addition to the city, with the major portion annexed in 1986. The remaining portions were added in two smaller annexations in 1994 and 1996. This neighborhood is a so-called master-planned community, covering 1,514 acres, with areas designated for residential, commercial, office, industrial and recreational uses. When the neighborhood is complete, there will be more than 5,000 houses, covering a wide price and size range.

The neighborhood provides four elementary, one middle and one high school, along with three parks. This neighborhood is marked by its very homogenous nature - property values, average household incomes, and ages all fall within a very narrow range, when compared with other neighborhoods.

Nearly all of the residents of the neighborhood are commuters. Residential development has occurred very quickly, with growth concentrated in the late 1980s and early 1990s, again from 2003 to 2007 and then again the past two years. All of the houses have tile roofs and were built after 1988, with similar architecture. Nearly all of the streets provide cul-de-sacs and long curves, reflecting the current trend in urban design. Traffic is directed away from residential streets and concentrated, via Orange Terrace Parkway, onto two main thoroughfares, Van Buren Boulevard and Trautwein Road.

Orangecrest Riverside includes the friendly communities of Orangecrest, Orangecrest Country, Mission Ranch, Autumn Ridge, and Moonlight Ridge. Remember, Orangecrest Riverside is sometimes spelled as Orange Crest or River Side. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Team at Realty ONE Group Champions.

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