Posted in Homeowner resources
/ June 27, 2012
Looking for the perfect 4th of July dessert? How about a red, white and blue trifle from Sandra Lee at the Food Network! It's simple, elegant and would make a colorful addition to any table. Have a safe and happy holiday.
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Posted in Local homebuying
/ June 20, 2012
The Trent floor plan at Barrington in Temecula, CA
Temecula is the jewel of Riverside County in California and many families are choosing this city to lay down roots. Fortunately, there are several new home communities in Temecula, CA for those homebuyers seeking newer construction.
Homebuyers who have searched in neighboring cities in California may be pleased with how Temecula schools rank on GreatSchools.org, a website that evaluates schools according to test results in several categories. Eleven public elementary schools in Temecula received a rating of 9 or higher out of 10.
The city’s reputation for great education is just the beginning. A thriving old town Temecula features everything from antique shopping to home décor to gourmet foods. And there are many Temecula wineries, many of which offer tastings, dining options and wedding venues.
Ready to explore new homes in Temecula? Below are a list of communities:
Barrington at Harveston ~ From the low $300s
Emery Place at Harveston ~ From the mid $200s
Stratford at Redhawk ~ From the upper $200s
Murrieta & Menifee
Murrieta and Menifee are upcoming Riverside County cities near Temecula that offer similar amenities. Recent construction has brought a lot of brand new shopping and dining to the area. Homebuyers searching new homes in Temecula may want to add these neighborhoods to their touring schedule:
The Oaks at Marsden ~ From the mid $200s
Sagewood at Spencer’s Crossing ~ From the mid $200s