Box Springs

At the base of the Box Springs National Monument, you’ll find this small, rural community on the north side of the 60 Freeway. This community borders the city of Riverside and is a popular neighborhood for commuters. The rugged bolder-strewn landscape provides a spectacular backdrop for those who like to take advantage of outdoor living.

Neighborhood Info

About Box Springs Moreno Valley, California:

At the base of the Box Springs National Monument, you’ll find this small, rural community on the north side of the 60 Freeway. This community borders the city of Riverside and is a popular neighborhood for commuters. The rugged bolder-strewn landscape provides a spectacular backdrop for those who like to take advantage of outdoor living.
Population
5,713
up 9% since 2000
Households
1,681
47% with children
Ownership
63% Owned
37% rented, 7% vacant
Average Home Value
$301,749
Average Year Built
1987

Communities



Remember, Box Springs in Moreno Valley is sometimes spelled as Box Springs, Box Springs Monument and Box Springs National Monument. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in this fine community, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Homeowner Advocates.

Box Springs, Moreno Valley

About Box Springs Moreno Valley, California:

At the base of the Box Springs National Monument, you’ll find this small, rural community on the north side of the 60 Freeway. This community borders the city of Riverside and is a popular neighborhood for commuters. The rugged bolder-strewn landscape provides a spectacular backdrop for those who like to take advantage of outdoor living.

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