Nestled in the Murrieta foothills is Greer Ranch, a wonderful gated neighborhood with spectacular views.
Rich in history, in the 1960’s Everett Greer discovered the land in Murrieta. As he gazed across the valley of fields, he realized this is where he, and his wife Adele, would build their home. As a successful nursery owner with a large selection of trees and plants, the Greer family embraced the community of Murrieta. In the early 70’s the Greer property grew to over 800 acres. While the nursery is still in operation today, a large portion of their land has been developed into Greer Ranch.
Conveniently located between the two major corridors, (I-15 and I-215), this neighborhood features an electronic gated entry and provides executive-style living. Greer Ranch is highly desirable and is known for providing residents with quality built homes in a variety of sizes and exteriors, each featuring three-car garages and backyards designed for outdoor living and entertainment.
As part of a private community, Greer Ranch offers homeowners with an array of amenities. Namely, Everett’s Place, the community meeting place, named after the Greer family patriarch. This clubhouse includes an event room, meeting hall, kitchen, and large view veranda. The perfect spot for family parties, meetings, large family gatherings, and more. Enjoy summer days in the junior Olympic pool and spa overlooking a natural oak grove. Want to get on your feet and get moving? With over 200 acres of open space in Greer Ranch, there is plenty of space to investigate and discover. Accessible only by foot, residents can enjoy the preserved and treasured nature trails that meander through the ridgelines of Greer Ranch and provide exceptional views of the Temecula Valley.
Greer Ranch is a wonderful location to call home. Taking advantage of spectacular views, this community prides itself on building a welcoming community of homeowners, quality schools for children, and private parks and recreation.
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