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Summit Terrace is a highly desired condo community in Anaheim Hills, California. This neighborhood is perfect for the first time buyer, or retiring couple. Residents are close to all local conveniences and services.
Summit Terrace is one of several Anaheim condo neighborhoods including; Viewpointe, Summit Park, Canyon Terrace, and Monaco. The public education system is maintained by the excellent Orange Unified School District with highly ranked facilities like Running Springs Elementary School, El Rancho Junior High School, and Canyon High School. There are also specialty schools like Canyon Hills School, Fairmont Private School, and Hepatha School.
One of the best things about Summit Terrace is being close to many parks, and horse trails. Toyon Park has soccer fields, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as baseball diamonds. Located across the 91 Freeway from Yorba Linda, it features a long path around the center where kids can bike. You can also get there via horse trail.
The Anaheim Hills Golf Course offers a fun and challenging par-71 course. This facility is in the center of the city, and many of the homes have great views of the course. Membership and lessons are offered. There are several shopping centers nearby including Rancho Yorba Shopping Center, and Anaheim Hills Crossroads Shopping Center. Anaheim Hills Festival has many merchants like Target, Macaroni Grill, Kimmies, Pavilions, and Edwards 14 Theaters.
The planned community of Anaheim Hills is an affluent area that is located on Anaheim City’s eastern side. There are around 22,000 homes in Anaheim Hills and residents enjoy hiking, golf, tennis, and a saddle club. There are a variety of homes including condos, single family homes, and custom estates. This region is described as having a comfortable, rural feel to it.
1401 North Handy Street, Orange, CA 92867-4434
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