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Old 01-07-2017, 01:48 AM
 
Location: Long Beach, Ca
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I am considering moving from Los Angeles County out to the Corona or Lake Elsinore Area. The communities that I've been looking into are Horsethief Canyon, Canyon Hills, Rosetta Canyon and Tuscany Hills. I have three children ages 6 mos, 2 and 8. We basically want a little slower paced life, more nature in our surroundings, scenery, safety, a nice family oriented area that's clean and quiet. Are these areas family oriented? Would you say that these communities are safe? I've read afew horror stories about the hoa`s going fine happy on residents in Canyon Hills. Is it true that they are strict there? I would like to know if it's ok to say, park on the street, throw a birthday party or have guests over that would be parking on the street in all of these communities. Also are there any rules on having dogs? Also, do all of these areas have mello roos and are they high or low? Anyone who lives or has lived in these places please give me your input. I want to make sure that I am moving my family to a place that we won't regret. Any and all input or advice is appreciated. Thanks in advance

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Old 02-08-2017, 03:13 PM
 
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I'm looking for similar information. Specifically on Horse Thief Canyon. I'd like the experience of people who actually live there. As for Rosetta Canyon. I'd take that off your list. High taxes and too close to Perrris and Lake Elsinore. Canyon Hills is nice but way overpriced when you compare it to Horse Thief Canyon. Canyon Hills has high taxes and high HOA fee in my opinion but if you can afford it then it's a good option. Tuscany Hills is older but still nice. I haven't checked into taxes there because the home prices are higher than I'd like. Horse Thief Canyon is older and seems some what isolated, but when I drove through there recently, the streets were filled with children and families. I think it's a good location for commuters with families. The taxes and HOA fees are very fair in Horse Thief. Home prices are a bit high right now, but I'm thinking it's because it's a desirable area and the new neighborhood next door (Sycamore Creek) is driving prices up :/ hope this helps.
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Old 03-02-2017, 11:43 AM
 
Location: Murrieta, CA
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That is a great area and there are plenty of homes around there. The new Audie Smith Ranch area will be huge but the buiders are charging quite a bit plus high taxes and HOA. You might also try South Wildomar or even Murrieta off of Clinton Keith depending on your budget.

Wildomar goes to the same school district Lake Elsinore and Murrieta has a higher ranked school district but generally homes cost more. However, taxes are often lower .

Stefan
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Old 08-24-2020, 06:44 PM
 
Location: Phoenix,AZ
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Old 08-25-2020, 11:14 AM
 
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Rosetta Canyon is a community formally built by Richmond American Homes, and it started at only mid-$200Ks in 2012-2013 year.
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Old 09-20-2020, 07:58 PM
 
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All are nice, Tuscany Hills is a little weird with the one way in and out up that road that goes strait up hill. Also on Railroad it gets backed up and hard to get in the left hand lane sometimes. Canyon hills is nice close to Menifee and near everything in Lake Elsinore. Horsetheif is a little bit out not sure if its on Corona or Lake Elsinore school district. Rosetta is nice and central but the prop taxes are high.
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