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    Tour of Brea Neighborhoods Part I – Northeast: Olinda Ranch, Blackstone, Country Hills, and Eagle Hills

    The Darryl and JJ Jones Team will have a 4-part blog featuring the diverse neighborhoods of the City of Brea.

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    I. Northeast: Olinda Ranch, Blackstone, Country Hills, Country Hills Estates, Somerset, Park Paseo, and Eagle Hills

    2. Southeast: La Floresta, Glenbrook, Artisan Walk

    3. Downtown and Southwest: The Arbor, Arbor Walk, Ash Street Cottages, City Walk, Laurel Walk, Brea Street Lofts.

    4. Northwest: Pleasant Hills, Tomlinson Park, Amber Hill, Summerwind, North Hills, Country Road, Corsican Villas

     Blackstone & Walden Estates

    Blackstone residents have access to plenty of amenities such as a junior Olympic-sized pool, spa, dog park, and more.
    Blackstone residents have access to plenty of amenities such as a junior Olympic-sized pool, spa, dog park, and more. Click image to obtain your home valuation.

    The first newer development north of Lambert was built by Shea homes as Walden Estates. This community was built in 2006 and comprises of homes from 2,600 to 3,976 square feet.

    Nestled in the hills just north of Lambert at Kraemer, Blackstone offers patio homes, mid-sized homes, and Estate-sized homes built by Shea and Standard Pacific. The smallest homes are called Serano and Amber.

    Serano and Amber are the entry level communities in Blackstone with detached patio-styled homes
    Serano and Amber are the entry level communities in Blackstone with detached patio-styled homes. RESIDENTS: Click to obtain a home valuation.

    For the mid-level category, Shea homes built Emerald Heights and Jade that have home designs from 2,800 to 3,300 square feet. While the backyards are not “huge” by any stretch, they are large when compared to other new developments in the area.

    Castillian was Blackstone's first community built in the luxury segment with home designs up to 5,000 square feet and view lots.
    Castillian was Blackstone’s first community built in the luxury segment with home designs up to 5,000 square feet and view lots.
    Backyards in Castillian were quite large for today's standards.
    Backyards in Castillian were quite large for today’s standards. Residents can click the image to obtain an updated valuation of their home.

    In the luxury / estate category, Shea built Coral Ridge and Standard Pacific built Castillian, Montserat, and Avignon. Although the Castillian community is located west of the 57 freeway off State College, it still is considered part of Blackstone and residents have full access to amenities.

    Country Hills Estates

    Country Hills Estates residents have access to a recently renovated large junior Olympic-sized pool
    Country Hills Estates residents have access to a recently renovated large junior Olympic-sized pool. Residents can click the image to obtain an updated valuation of their home.

    As one of the first Homeowner’s Associations of Brea, Country Hills Estates were large for 1970’s standards. With designs up to 2,958 square feet and available 3 car garages, these were truly “Estate”-sized for a late 1970’s home.

    Country Hills

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    Built in 1976, Country Hills has single story and 2-story designs. Click on image for Country Hills home values.

     Eagle Hills

    Be prepared every December to take part in the Holiday Spirit!
    Be prepared every December to take part in the Holiday Spirit! Click on the image for your Eagle Hills updated home value.

    Dubbed “Candy Cane Lane” during December, Eagle Hills is the charm of Brea during Christmas until New Year’s. Similar to Country Hills Estates, these 1978 built homes feature the “Winsor” floorplan that has 3,419 square feet and an optional 3rd story bonus room. All designs are open and have full backyards. Greenbelts and walking trails are plenty throughout the community with no HOA dues for residents.

    Olinda Ranch & Olinda Village

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    Located in the most east-most end of Brea, Olinda Ranch is located adjacent to Chino Hills State Park and is home to Olinda Museum. Click on image for your updated home value.

    Olinda Ranch has a variety of home styles from attached 2-story townhomes, smaller single level homes, and larger homes built by Christopher and Van Daele Homes.

    Park Paseo

    The quieter pool of Park Paseo is located on the 1985-built phase closer to Birch Street.
    The quieter of 2 pools of Park Paseo is located on the 1985-built phase closer to Birch Street. Click on the image for your updated Park Paseo home value.

    Similar to Country Hills (and often confused with Country Hills), Park Paseo is located west of Associated Road and north of Birch St. There are 2 sections of this community: the earlier development built in 1980 and a 1985 phase built closer to Birch Street. There are (2) community pools for residents.

    Somerset

    Somerset features a unique market segment in Brea. You can't classify them as "townhomes" or "single family houses." Whatever you want to call them, they present some unique offerings in a community stacked with amenities such as RV parking, 3 car garages, available ground level bonus rooms, tennis courts, a junior Olympic-sized pool, and a secured gated perimeter.
    The large pool area of Somerset. Click on the image for an updated valuation of your Somerset home.

    Somerset features a unique market segment in Brea. You can’t classify them as “townhomes” or “single family houses.” Whatever you want to call them, they present some unique offerings in a community stacked with amenities such as RV parking, 3 car garages, available ground level bonus rooms, tennis courts, a junior Olympic-sized pool, and a secured gated perimeter.

     

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