04 Dec 2007

Yorba Linda Living| Yorba Linda, CA


 Living in the land of gracious living…Yorba Linda is a city known for many things, the slogan “The Land of Gracious Living” just about says it all, it’s one of the crown jewels of Orange County. Yorba Linda’s most famous resident was the 37th U.S. President, Richard M. Nixon, the city was his birthplace. Today the impressive Presidential Library is the final resting place for the President and the first lady Mrs. Patricia Nixon.The city is a great place to call home, upscale housing, outstanding schools in  the award winning  

Placentia-Linda Unified District, great shopping and a  friendly enviroment all contribute to the well-rounded community.It’s clear to see why Yorba Linda was recently names as one of CNN.Money.com ~ 2007 best places to live. Some of the factors considered in the decision include household income, education, housing, weather, commute time, relaxation and recreation to name a few. 

City facts today include:
Population approximately  ~ 71,000 residents.
City size, approximately  ~ 20 square miles.
Average age ~ 37.
If you lived in Yorba Linda near the Presidential Library your drive would be:
10   Miles  to ~ Disneyland
19   Miles to ~ John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana
30   Miles to ~ Ontario Airport in Ontario
34   Miles to ~ LAX in Los Angeles
100 Miles to ~ San Deigo
415 Miles to ~ San Francisco 


If you’re interested in finding out more about Yorba Linda living, contact me at Lynda@PreferredHomeBrokers.com

About the Author

I maintains an active residential re-sale brokerage in Brea, CA, located in Orange County, about 20 minutes north of Disneyland. Contact Lynda directly at (714) 595-1494, or Lynda@PreferredHomeBrokers.com – CA License #00402040

2 Responses to Yorba Linda Living| Yorba Linda, CA
  1. Hi Lynda, What a great location! Yorba Linda sounds like it is so close to everything. Great facts!

  2. Lynda,

    I don’t know why but Yorba Linda makes me think of Johnny Carson. Did he mention it on his show? Sounds like a great part of California to call home.


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