Eastvale, CA - Real Estate & Homes for Sale

Welcome to Eastvale. This northwestern Riverside County city, with a population of 53,668, was once a mass of agricultural and dairy farmland. Its history is evident in the terrain. Comprised of a large area of rural, flat land, the city is partially bordered by the Santa Ana River and the Prado Dam Basin. The San Gabriel Mountains grace the distant background of stunning topography. Crowned “California’s Newest City,” Eastvale officially became an incorporated area on October 1, 2010. Commerce, civic organization, planning and development can be witnessed throughout the city as the region structures itself as an independent jurisdiction. New schools, recreational facilities, businesses, subdivisions, movie theaters, parks, and other business and recreational outlets are unfolding in strategic plans.

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Eastvale, CA - Real Estate & Homes for Sale

Ideally Located

One of the reasons this 13.1 square mile, Inland Empire city appeals to homebuyers is its location. Geographically, the sought-after commuter town is only eight miles from the Los Angeles County line and five miles from the Orange County line. Eastvale, CA’s proximity to major roadways and interstates is an asset to homeowners commuting to other areas for business and employment. The city is within easy reach of California State Routes 71, 91, and 60, and Interstate 15. A family-oriented community, almost 63% of households have children under the age of 18, with approximately 73% of households consisting of married couples. An average 83% of homes in the city are owner-occupied.

Real Estate: New Homes, Median Prices, Activities

Eastvale, CA is brimming with quality real estate of various sorts. Single family homes, condominiums, townhomes, lofts, custom built residences, city- and mountain-view properties, gated homes, residences with pools and tennis courts on oversized lots, ranches, farmland, and more can be found in the region. Subdivisions boasting brand new homes with custom features and amenities such as maple cabinetry, granite countertops, jetted tubs, wood burning fireplaces and stainless steel appliances can be found in various prices. In June of 2009, the median home price was $304,000, compared to June of 2006, when the median stood at approximately $601,000. As a result of the economic downturn, the area experienced a drop in home values, as did most cities across the nation. However, with new economic development as a result of the city’s recent incorporation, resurgence is imminent.

Schools

New public schools are being planned and developed in the Eastvale area. Currently, the Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD) defines educational outlets within the area. The CNUSD, the tenth largest district in the state, currently has 31 elementary schools, eight middle/intermediate, five high schools, and a middle college high school, as well as three alternative schools. Eastvale, CA boundary schools, as defined by CNUSD, are as such: Elementary Schools Clara Barton Elementary Harada Elementary Rosa Parks Elementary Eastvale Elementary VanderMolen Elementary Intermediate Schools River Heights Intermediate School Augustine Ramirez Intermediate School High Schools Eleanor Roosevelt High School

Recreation and Entertainment

Shopping centers, restaurants, museums, spas, movie theaters, miniature golf, arcade, go-kart establishments, and other entertainment outlets dot the city. Thousands of acres of parkland are within easy distance. Park outlets such as Cleveland National Forest, Chino Hills State Park, Prado Regional Park and Santa Ana Canyon provide facilities for equestrian activities, golfing, camping, fishing and more. Over 460,000 acres of outdoor wonder can be enjoyed in Cleveland National Forest alone.

Purchasing a Home in Eastvale

Eastvale, CA is an excellent area for homebuyers seeking a large selection of quality homes, in a family-oriented city brimming with economic growth and development. Within easy commuting distance of several larger metropolitan areas, this enclave of Riverside County is the city to watch!

If you have questions about Eastvale real estate, or would like to learn how we can save you thousands of dollars buying or selling your Eastvale home, contact Inland Valley Properties at (800) 859-8970.

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