Temecula Local Guide: Harveston
The beautiful and upscale community of Harveston is located in the heart of Temecula, California. Harveston was established in 2003 and has flourished into a very diverse community with many different housing options. There are single family homes, condominiums, apartments, live/work apartments, and a senior care facility.
The creators of this community had a vision for Harveston to feel as if residents “Live in Town” and they made it a reality. Harveston has two City parks, an Elementary School, Daycare Facility, Assisted Living Facility, and a small strip of boutique shops. The local high school is located just outside the community and the Promenade Mall and restaurants is just minutes away.
Harveston is one of the premier communities in Temecula, California. With so many different housing options, Harveston is a sought-ought community by all the residents of Temecula.
What’s there to do in Harveston?
There are so many amenities in Harveston. For those who love sports, there are 2 baseball fields, 2 soccer fields, a Junior Olympic swimming pool, a spa, over 50 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with hiking trails, picnic areas and a splash water park. Plan a special event at the 8,000 ft. lake house, take the kids to the playground and become a member of the yacht club for fishing and sailing competitions. Enjoy outdoor concerts, neighborhood lawn sales and have a picnic or take a bike ride around the 17 acre lake.
Homes for Sale and Rent in Harveston
If you’re looking for a home in Harveston, you will find many sizes, styles and prices. Homes typically cost between $200,000. and $600,000, while an apartment may cost up to $2500. per month. There are an array of styles available including Cape Cod style homes and modern ranch style homes. They have private backyards, spacious open living areas, modern appliances, a combination of tile, hardwood and carpeted flooring. Because the city of Temecula is located just off of 2 major interstates, it is within easy driving distance to Los Angeles and San Diego, which makes this a very popular place to live.See all Harveston Homes for Sale
The Chateau at Harveston
Also in Harveston are independent senior living apartments for rent, without the hassle of signing a year long lease. The Chateau has a variety of floor plans for seniors to choose from and many services available such as laundry, housekeeping, 3 nutritious meals each day and transportation services. Join other seniors for activities and day trips to go shopping, dining out and sightseeing. Enjoy relaxing in the spacious lounge, challenge a neighbor to a game of pool and enjoy a movie in the media room. You can even reserve the private dining room for when guests come to visit.
Schools Near Harveston, Temecula, CA
Located near Harveston, children can either walk, ride their bicycle or ride the trolley to school. The younger children attend the Ysabel Barnett Elementary School, the middle school age children attend the James Day Middle School and teens go Chaparrral High School. For working moms and dads, the ABC Daycare Center is just across the road from the elementary school.
Those who live in Harveston are welcome to ride the Temecula Trolley to the mall, restaurants or cultural attractions. There are 7 drop off points for passengers to spend time at a variety of unique shops, the farmer’s market or an afternoon outing to the local public library or the Temecula Historical Museum. Enjoy the warm sunny weather, the rolling terrain and vineyards, and the close proximity to large cities of San Diego and Los Angeles.
About the Temecula Valley
Our sunny, relaxed valley is home to passionate dreamers and driven entrepreneurs who create robust wines, artisanal eats and hand-crafted products you can only get right here. With natural gifts of climate and geography, the Temecula Valley is conveniently located approximately 60 minutes from San Diego, Orange County, and Palm Springs, and 90 minutes from Los Angeles. The Temecula Valley is genuinely inviting by bringing new possibilities and promising a wide variety of things to experience, enhanced by the sunny, relaxed spirit synonymous with Southern California.