In the Inland Empire of sunny Southern California, in Riverside County, you will find a remarkable city by the same name. Riverside is the county seat and received its name because of its proximity to the Santa Ana River. Situated around fifty-five miles east of Downtown Los Angeles, Riverside is the most populous city of the county and the Inland Empire, the twelfth most populous in the state, and the fifty-ninth most populous in the nation. Approximately 310,000 residents call Riverside, California home. This remarkable city was birthed in the early 1870s and saw the beginnings of the state’s citrus industry and nation’s largest Mission Revival Style structure. Today the city is home to the University of California, Riverside, the Riverside Metropolitan Museum, the Fox Performing Arts Center, the California Citrus State Historic Park, and a long list of remarkable neighborhoods from which homebuyers can choose.
One of the largest and most diverse communities within Riverside is Canyon Crest. Both its topography and its residents are diverse. This delightful neighborhood is the result of six land annexations between 1959 and 1986. The area is comprised of both high- and low-density areas, most reflecting a modern subdivision design. The development of the area was shaped by the hilly terrain and has resulted in many breathtaking views. The economic hub of the area is the Canyon Crest Town Centre which is conveniently located and provides an assortment of shopping and dining opportunities. Also within Canyon Crest, you’ll find a 1910 Craftsman bungalow, the Willaim Childs House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and at University Drive you can enjoy the Art Deco entry monuments which were located on the old Buena Vista Bridge’s west side prior to the bridge’s replacement in the 1960s.
This splendid community also encompasses the Sycamore Highlands Specific Plan area and is in proximity to Sycamore Canyon Park, the Box Springs Mountains, Tequesquite Arroyo, and several other scenic vistas and outdoor recreation spaces. Residents of Canyon Crest in Riverside have convenient access to multiple parks, including Castle View, Quail Run, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park, and Andulka. Some of these provide playgrounds, sports fields, walking trails, picnic areas, and numerous other amenities. Adding to the allure, Canyon Crest is a family-friendly neighborhood with students being served by Castle View Elementary and other schools conveniently located in adjacent neighborhoods. When you consider all this community has to offer, you find it is a must-consider destination in Riverside. Homes for sale in Canyon Crest are of varying ages and architectural styles. Many Canyon Crest properties have picturesque views and sought-after features. Depending upon the home’s location, age, and square footage, Canyon Crest real estate falls within a broad price range. If you would like to learn more about available properties in Canyon Crest of Riverside, California, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.
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