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Home to the Veterans Memorial, Richard Nixon Library and the Black Gold Golf Club, the distinguished Yorba Linda homes for sale are situated in a wonderful, year-round Mediterranean climate. The residents of this inland living haven live in a business-friendly environment: coupled with the fact that is one of the most affluent communities to live in the Country resulted in it it being ranked by CNN Money Magazine as one of the most favorable places to live. There are beautiful properties in Yorba Linda that are close to the outdoor Marketplace. Local Real Estate Agents in Yorba Linda say that Old Town is a “must see”; it is found in an area centered around a group of historic buildings located on Main Street and dates back to the late 1800’s. The city has adopted a catchy-slogan that states that the community's mission is to “provide effective, high-quality services that foster safety, quality of life, and economic vitality throughout the community."
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The Savi Ranch area is where home buyers will locate a plethora of breathtaking Yorba Linda luxury homes for sale around the Business Center including hotels, retail-shopping, auto dealers and an expansive mix of excellent culinary choices. The principal shopping districts surrounding the single-family-residences include Mercado Del Lago, Parking House Square, and Eastlake Village. The highly-desirable Yorba Linda local real estate market has realized incredible growth since the 1980’s, with the population blossoming from 28,000+ to over 47,000 in just over a decade. Bordered by Corona to the east, Anaheim to the south, Placentia to the west, and Brea to the northwest, BanCorp's local Professionals like to point out that the majority of the stately homes in Yorba Linda are positioned on reticent, tree-lined, serpentine-like streets.
Why People Love Yorba Linda:
In the memorable Yorba Linda custom homes, the assets are unmistakable, with a full display of affluent accouterments, modern conveniences and luxury renovations; the mountain and city-lights view homes in Yorba Linda have left an enduring footprint on the community. With idyllic estate homes positioned on increasingly larger lots, Yorba Linda offers a diversified collection one and two-story homes which meet buyer’s wish lists, and increasing-demand for these custom-built properties. Our veteran Buyers Agents say that the living areas are original and dynamic without sacrificing square-footage with floor plans that move effortlessly from front door to rear - they cater to the progressive, outdoor Orange County lifestyle, which leads to a rewarding living experience for the Yorba Linda home owners.
The classy Yorba Linda upscale homes are situated in a city that was ranked as one of the ultimate 50+ American small cities to reside in. Yorba Linda (Spanish for “pretty” Linda), has been identified as one of the most well-to-do communities in the U.S., and the area is recognized for being the home to the Presidential Museum (Richard Nixon was born here). Originally designated for agriculture and manufacturing, the beautiful Yorba Linda upgraded homes for sale are found in a region that has morphed into one of the most cherished living destinations in Southern California. The city is spread across a wide expanse of rolling terrain and towering ridges and bluff tops.
There are eye-catching homes just north of the Santiago Oaks Regional Park, which is a vast park with interconnecting trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding; all set among panoramic vistas. You will find recently renovated homes just north of the El Modena Open Space and The Irvine Ranch Outdoor Center. When it comes to understanding the challenges involved in buying or selling a property in Yorba Linda, astute buyers from around the world turn to the veteran professionals of BanCorp Properties for our familiarity with the community (including neighborhoods, subdivisions and even local housing tracts).
The Yorba Linda community provides services to over 66,500 residents and has taken a leadership role in expanding the core base of commerce with simultaneously attracting new businesses while encouraging an entrepreneurial environment. The city of Yorba Linda is extremely dedicated to its retirement community and the city offers a variety of classes, activities and information for adults over the age of 50 the provides opportunities for seniors to; meet new people, master new skills and stay physically and mentally fit. The city publishes a quarterly publication listing when the events, classes, services, and programs are offered. The city has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County which provides a bi-weekly “instant Market” where senior may choose from numerous grocery items (not unlike what you would find in a traditional grocery store).
The old adage of location, location, location never rang truer than when investing in a attractive home in the community of Yorba Linda. Whether spending $750,000 or $4,000,000 on the purchase of a home, it is a lot of money – and the decision should be made with all of the correct data at their disposal. Case-in-point, no Real Estate Broker brings more intelligence to the the city than BanCorp. Since the launch of the company over two-decades ago, we have proved time and again to display a rare "insider’s ability" to connect the right buyer to their dream home of choice.
Where is Yorba Linda Located?
It is found on the eastern-edge of Orange County off the 91-freeway as you are driving out to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. It is approximately 50 minutes southwest of LAX and Downtown Los Angeles. You will uncover some appealing golf-course view homes adjacent to the Green River Golf Club. The nearest hospital is the Placentia-Linda Hospital and the closest airport is John Wayne International.
The ZIP codes for the City of Yorba Linda are; 92885, 92886, and 92887 – the area codes are 657 and 949. The total land area of the city encompasses just under 20 square miles. The official website for the city is www.yorbalindaca.gov. The largest employers of the city include; Care Fusion, Costco Nobel Biocare, Emeritus of Yorba Linda and Kohl’s. The students in Yorba Linda are part of the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District with an enrollment approaching 25,000. There is a tiny section of the city that goes to O.U.S.C. The three major high schools are Esperanza, Valencia and El Dorado High Schools, and St. Francis of Assisi School is the only Catholic school in the city. Students are able to take an assessment to be able to attend the magnet Troy High School (in nearby Fullerton), which is recognized as one of the most outstanding and best performing high schools in the United States by on standardized test scores.
A brief history of the Yorba Linda Housing Market. In the early 1800’s Jose Yorba’s prominent son Bernardo Yorba (who later on the city would be named) received a grant for over 13,000 acres of land by the Mexican Governor Jose Figueroa, and most of the land stayed within the family’s trust after the Mexican American war. A remnant of the land in Yorba Linda is still being developed by the descendants of Samuel Kraemer, who acquired his rights to the real estate through his marriage to Angelina Yorba (a descendant of Bernardo). The reserved site of the plot of land of the Bernardo Hacienda, recognized as the Bernardo Yorba Ranch House Site, has been recorded as a California Historical Landmark. The second oldest cemetery in Orange County is located close-by, and was granted to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles in the late 1850’s. The cemetery closed in 1939 due to vandalism, however in the 1960’s the O.C. Board of Supervisors took over control of the land, and now visitors are able to take a tour of it once a month.
Agricultural era of the Yorba Linda early housing market: A fraction of the real estate was sold in the early 1900’s by the Yorba Family to Jacob Stern (a popular Fullerton entrepreneur), who used the land for sheep grazing and barley fields. A short time later, Stern transferred ownership to the Janss Investment Company – which first named the region Yorba Linda, and went on to take the natural progression to subdivide the land and sell it for manufacturing and agriculture. In 1910 the first of a plethora of orange and lemon groves were planted and the following year the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company started service in Yorba Linda at the same time that the first school was being built. 1912 was a popular year for the Yorba Linda home owners: it secured its first post office, the first church was constructed, the Y.L. Citrus Association was established and Southern California Edison Company began providing electricity to the properties. The following year, the chamber of commerce was founded and the first library was opened to work in tandem with the school. Two years later the Susanna Bixby Bryant Ranch house was built (it is now a museum that is open to the general public). In 1917 The Yorba Linda Star began publication and it is still in service to present day, being delivered to every household in the city on Thursday.
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