Here at Exploring Temecula we document everything good in this beautiful town we call home. We were excited to get to the Meadowview Community because we truly feel it’s one of the best neighborhoods in Temecula. This blog post will go over HOAs, taxes, amenities, schools and the overall Vibe and feel at the Meadowview Community. If you have additional questions about the Meadowview Community in Temecula we will include a contact form at the bottom this blog post. If you are more of a horse lover, there is a similar community called Los Ranchitos, you can watch a video and read about this community here
Why We Like Meadowview
We say this about many areas in Temecula but the Meadowview neighborhood has a relaxing, country-style feel and only minutes from important amenities and everyday activities. One of the most amazing things about Temecula is the fact that there are a plethora of quiet, quaint communities only minutes from freeways, shopping, groceries, and fun. Meadowview Community is no exception and why it’s one of the best neighborhoods in Temecula.
Overview of the Community
Meadowview Community is 1,175 acres with vast views and rolling hills. There are around 900 residents in the Meadowview Community which is small enough not to take away that rural, unique, equestrian community. The tax rate in the Meadowview community is very low and the HOA is $239 quarterly which includes a clubhouse, two heated swimming pools, a spa, tennis courts, basketball courts, an equestrian center, a park with picnic area and tot lot. Meadowview also has 23 miles of walking, biking and even horse trails.
The Homes in Meadowview
Because Meadowview is primarily custom-built homes, most homes have beautiful landscapes, large gardens and horse facilities on-premises. The larger lots allow for the private, quiet type of lifestyle. Most everyone in the community has pride in ownership which shows through curb appeal, yard maintenance and homeowners overall attention to detail in caring for their house.