Woodside Homes has acquired 367 acres in Roripaugh Ranch, the last traditional master-planned community in the city of Temecula. The residential development is located in the northeast portion of Temecula in Riverside County and is within the highly rated Temecula Valley Unified School District.
Woodside Homes is planning up to 1,250 residences, a sports park, two community recreation centers, and a trail system. New homes for sale will range from large-view lots to traditional-sized lots with single and two-story residences to townhomes. The new homes aim to fill the gap in demand for local businesses’ workforce needs, address the issue of new-housing shortages, and contribute to the already booming economic growth in the area.
In addition to the “prestigious school system and excellent city and community services,” according to Woodside, residents will be located next to “beautiful natural preserves and the growing Temecula wine country region.” Wine country wraps around the south and east sides of Woodside Homes’ property, while a conservation preserve occupies the north; large lot residential neighborhoods are located to the west.
Chris Chambers, president of Woodside Homes Southern California, says, “The unprecedented support of staff and key policymakers at the local, county, state, and federal agencies who were involved in the approval process will be rewarded with delivery of a top-tier community environment — a place where hundreds of families will be proud to call home.”
by Carrie Rossenfeld