Mission Grove

Mission Grove | Mission Grove Homes For Sale | Mission Grove Real Estate | Mission Grove Short Sales | Mission Grove Foreclosures | Brian Bean Tim HardinMission Grove is an eastern gateway into the City of Riverside, composed primarily of newer single-family homes. Mission Grove shares the hilly terrain of all the southeastern Riverside neighborhoods, and the landscape is punctuated by several high peaks. This region remained largely undeveloped until the 1960s, but the large majority of the growth has occurred in the last 15 years, making it young compared with the rest of the city, and is a recently incorporated section of town.

The neighborhood borders on Sycamore Canyon Park, which provides the area a source of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. As residential growth continues, nearby March Air Reserve Base represents a unique opportunity for local industry and employment.

 

 

 

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About Mission Grove, Riverside, California

Mission Grove is an eastern gateway into the City of Riverside, composed primarily of newer single-family homes. Mission Grove shares the hilly terrain of all the southeastern Riverside neighborhoods, and the landscape is punctuated by several high peaks. This region remained largely undeveloped until the 1960s, but the majority of the growth has occurred in the last 25 years, making it young compared with the rest of the city. It is a recently incorporated section of town.

The neighborhood borders on Sycamore Canyon Park, which provides the area a source of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. As residential growth continues, nearby March Air Reserve Base represents a unique opportunity for local industry and employment.

Mission Grove is found at the intersection of three large annexations, all done between 1963 and 1985. Two smaller annexations, in 1987 and 1995, gave Mission Grove its current boundaries. Mission Grove, a specific-planned community, is the very definition of a modern suburban neighborhood. Its curving streets and housing stock reflect a more current aesthetic in urban design. The region is almost totally developed for residential use, with a near even mix between low- and medium-density zoning. This neighborhood is centered around a large commercial center, the Mission Grove shopping center and also features a sizable industrial business park.

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Population
10,537
up 35% since 2000
Households
3,380
45% with children
Ownership
68% Owned
32% rented, 5% vacant
Average Home Value
$407,158
Average Year Built
1995

Communities



Mission Grove Riverside includes the friendly communities of Mission Grove, Stonegate, Mission Grove Park, Mission Grove Village, Rancho Valencia and Orangecrest Country. Remember, Mission Grove Riverside is sometimes spelled as Mision Grove, Mishon Grove, Mishion Grove, Misson Grove or missiongrove. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Your Local Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Real Estate Team at Realty ONE Group Champions.

Mission Grove, Riverside

About Mission Grove, Riverside, California

Mission Grove is an eastern gateway into the City of Riverside, composed primarily of newer single-family homes. Mission Grove shares the hilly terrain of all the southeastern Riverside neighborhoods, and the landscape is punctuated by several high peaks. This region remained largely undeveloped until the 1960s, but the majority of the growth has occurred in the last 25 years, making it young compared with the rest of the city. It is a recently incorporated section of town.

The neighborhood borders on Sycamore Canyon Park, which provides the area a source of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. As residential growth continues, nearby March Air Reserve Base represents a unique opportunity for local industry and employment.

Mission Grove is found at the intersection of three large annexations, all done between 1963 and 1985. Two smaller annexations, in 1987 and 1995, gave Mission Grove its current boundaries. Mission Grove, a specific-planned community, is the very definition of a modern suburban neighborhood. Its curving streets and housing stock reflect a more current aesthetic in urban design. The region is almost totally developed for residential use, with a near even mix between low- and medium-density zoning. This neighborhood is centered around a large commercial center, the Mission Grove shopping center and also features a sizable industrial business park.

Mission Grove | Mission Grove Homes For Sale | Mission Grove Real Estate | Mission Grove Short Sales | Mission Grove Foreclosures | Brian Bean Tim Hardin

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