Top 4 Temecula HOA Pools
Temecula, California is a beautiful community in Southern California that can get pretty hot in the summer. For people moving to Temecula, not everyone will have availability of a private pool. We thought it would be a great idea to write a blog post about our top 4 Temecula HOA pools. We will also go into monthly cost for each of these HOAs or communities. If you don’t want the responsibility or cost of having a pool, a beautiful HOA community pool is the next best thing. At the end of the blog post we will have a home search of Temecula. we don’t ask for any personal information, but if you do decide to move to Temecula please keep us in mind. We have a great deal of experience under license as a brokerage and Appraisal Company.
We personally have a great deal of experience when it comes to the Harveston Temecula pool and Community because we live here. When it comes to the Harveston HOA you have to be careful, there are homes in Harveston that have a $95 HOA fee which is very reasonable for what you get. There are also homes that have a second HOA that add up to well over $200. In our opinion, that’s a little steep.
The pool is great, it’s an Olympic size pool that is perfect for doing laps or exercising in the morning if that’s what you’re into. It’s also big enough to accommodate plenty of families on a busy weekend. Separate from a pool, is a large hot tub, big enough for 10 to 15 people. Another great feature of the Harveston Temecula pool that we love is the sitting areas. There are plenty of lounge chairs and even some Cabana areas. If you don’t want to be in the sun, there are plenty of covered areas or umbrellas that can be used poolsside as well.
There is also a barbecue area that is pretty much attached to the pool. This allows you to spend the whole day at the pool and have a nice dinner. Swimming in the pool, barbecuing with beautiful views of the lake really make for a nice Sunday afternoon with family or friends.
In regards to the pool rules, make sure to check with the HOA. We do believe you can bring family and friends up to five people.
Here is a video we produced just on the Harveston Community