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La Cresta

Custom-built luxury properties in a private and pristine natural setting.


Located at the western edge of Riverside County, the affluent community of La Cresta is a private enclave of sprawling multi-acre lots and pristine natural surroundings.

The diverse topographic features of the Santa Rosa Plateau provide La Cresta’s residents with captivating views in all directions. Glorious golden sunsets over the Santa Ana Mountains can be seen to La Cresta’s west, with snow-capped peaks dotting the horizon in other directions.

The Pacific Ocean is just 15 miles away. Cool ocean breezes help La Cresta maintain a comfortable temperature all year-round and provide the perfect climate for the renowned vineyards for which nearby Temecula Valley Wine Country is famous.

Nature abounds in all directions. La Cresta borders the expansive untouched greenery of the Santa Rosa Ecological Reserve and Cleveland National Forest. With large lots resulting in low population density and limited light pollution, La Cresta’s skies come alive at night with stars.


All parcels of land within La Cresta are required to be a minimum of five acres in size and many cover much more than this. Homes are large, with the smallest being around 2,500 square feet in size and many extending beyond 10,000 square feet.

Nestled among gently rolling hills, winding creeks, and billowing oak trees, La Cresta’s luxury properties offer incredible privacy and seclusion. All properties have been custom designed and therefore no two homes here are exactly alike. Stylish and expansive, La Cresta’s unique properties feature a range of bespoke amenities, with many providing outdoor equestrian facilities.


La Cresta is a tranquil rural setting that provides its residents with an escape from the city, even though the metropolitan amenities of Murrieta and Temecula are just a few minutes away.

Many equestrians choose to reside in La Cresta for its wide open spaces and extensive trails that provide a perfect environment for horse riding.

The 9,000-acre Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve, made up of a large network of trails for hiking, walking, and equestrian, is near La Cresta. These trails pass beautiful and pristine natural features that include coastal sage chaparral, oak trees, wetlands, and vernal pools. The Ecological Reserve is home to many native species of plants and animals, while also containing historic structures such as cowboy bunkhouses dating back to the mid-19th Century.