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Old 07-05-2012, 08:32 PM
 
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I agree with the original poster of these listings, except some of these areas have gotten closer to Upper class and upper middle class in a few years. See my original post on my dream area. The I.E. has some great suburbs!


Riverside: Hawarden, Canyon Crest, Arlington Heights, Orange Crest, Lake Hills Reserve, Mockingbird Canyon
Corona: Sierra del Oro, The Retreat, Dos Lagos, parts of Eastvale
Norco: Norco Hills
Chino Hills: Most of the city
Chino: The parts closest to Chino Hills
Claremont: Village Areas
Redlands: Southern Redlands
Rancho Cucamonga: Alta Loma (near the mountain), Rancho Cucamonga Estates
Moreno Valley: Reche Canyon (albeit more middle class, still contains some higher end housing selling in the 800k), Northern part of Rancho Belago (again same situation, mostly higher end horse ranches).
Lake Elsinore: Rosetta Canyon, Tuscany Hills, Areas along the Ortega Highway
Temecula: Vintage Hills, Chardonnay Hills, Wine Country
Murreita: Take Clinton Keith Rd. Southwest in the hills.
Wildomar: Hills above Lake Elsinore (very small pocket of million dollar listings, rural estates)
Upland: San Antonio Heights
San Bernardino: Northern SB
Ontario: Areas closest to Rancho Cucamonga
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Old 07-06-2012, 08:29 PM
 
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Ontario: Areas closest to Rancho Cucamonga
*Areas closest to Upland.
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Old 07-07-2012, 09:06 AM
 
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eclipxe, I couldn't of said it better myself. Those that aren't posers or interested in keeping up with the Jones have migrated to the Temecula area which is unique to it's geographic sister cities both North and South.
We've been here 17 years and still love it, especially now that there is decent shopping and a plethora of restaurants.
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