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Old 09-23-2011, 02:03 AM
 
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Hi, i am moving from orange county, to Lake Elsinore in the community of Rosetta Canyon. How's is the community there, are their nice schools? thanks for your help!
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Old 09-24-2011, 01:08 AM
 
Location: Columbia, California
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Old 09-24-2011, 01:43 AM
 
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Old 09-30-2011, 12:15 PM
 
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I have lived in Rosetta Canyon for 5 years and I LOVE it there. The neighbors are really nice and the community is pretty quiet. You will sometimes hear dirt bikes on the weekends, but that's not an issue. The new park is nice and the community is planning for a future community pool. The only think I don't like is that you have to get on the freeway or to the other side of the lake for a grocery store. But living in a big house means you can buy in bulk, so Costco (which is very convenient to get to) works.
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Old 10-02-2011, 04:37 PM
 
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The commute to and from OC is going to be bad unless you leave early both ways. I take Ortega Hwy for my commute to Irvine and it's fine...about an 1 hr drive. Much better then leaving 5AM to beat the traffic on the 15/91. The new communities around Lake Elsinore are great...I live in Canyon Hills, super nice area...great schools. You can find out about the schools in that area at GreatSchools.com, also check out crimereports.com.
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Old 10-03-2011, 06:33 PM
 
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You will not regret it if you can manage the commute. I moved from Orange County(Huntngton Beach) to Lake elsinore (Tusacny Hills) and loved it here last 3 years. Good schools(Elementary is good near Rosetta canyon also) and high school. Middle school you may have to ask for Terra Cotta or Canyon hills middle as I think Rosetta canyon will give you Elsinore middle(Great if your kids can get to GEMS program there).
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Old 03-30-2012, 02:52 PM
 
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Default Rosetta canyon, lake elsinore, ca

Absolutely LOVE Rosetta Canyon. Was originally looking in Tuscany Hills, Alberhill Ranch, Canyon Hills and Canyon Lake. My last stop was Tuscany Hills. The housing area was alright, but the shopping area needed some updating. So I went down the 15 FWY to Rosetta Canyon. Phenomenal gem of Lake Elsinore. The area is well kept, clean, and quiet. In the morning time, on the way to work, one can stop into the local coffee shop and grab some yummy food.Rosetta Canyon is located next to great stores. Of course, could always use more. The only down side, no local grocery store, except Costco's. Not bad, because these houses are huge and amazing.

The Realtor in Tuscany Hills said I would not find a better location at the same prices for a beautiful home. I certainly did. My neighborhood is quiet. Houses look better. Plus, it was a great deal. HOA was cheaper too. Rosetta Canyon is fantastic.

It's good to see tax dollars at work to fix up a city. I remember when Lake Elsinore, CA was just fields, drugs and not much to do.

Our police force is fantastic. Our businesses are good. Hopefully Lake Elsinore will keep getting the care and updating it needs to keep it going strong.
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Old 03-30-2012, 07:20 PM
 
Location: Declezville, CA
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Our police force is fantastic. Our businesses are good.
I love the historic downtown section.
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:02 PM
 
Location: Chandler, AZ
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To which I'd add my favorite restaurant, the Lonestar Steakhouse, whose Lake Elsinore location on Dexter Ave. just reopened on Sept. 4th, and is downright gorgeous with great food and reasonable prices.
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Old 08-23-2013, 07:27 PM
 
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I think moving to lake elsinore is a great idea as long as you can handle the commute. I find the Ortega highway enjoyable, it is very curvy but hey it keeps people from getting bored and texting like on the 15 and 91. It would be nice to have no commute but I would rather have a commute and a nice home with a little money in the bank than no commute, a super expensive OC house, and no money to enjoy my weekends. Lake Elsinore is awesome for kids and outdoor families. It is a central location to San Diego, L.A. area, orange county, the beach, the mountains, and the desert. I say to someone moving here, find a nice neighborhood that fits you and do it. It was the best decision I have made. We enjoy the many outdoor activities like hiking in the San Mateo wilderness, mountain bikiking in the Ortega's, jet skiing and boating in the lake, watching the lake elsinore storm baseball, going to the motocross track, sometimes watching the pros race, watching the sky divers and hang gliders, and driving to big bear for skiing. It gets hot but I bet if you are coming from orange county you could have a nice pool home here and the water is that much more refreshing in the summer.
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