La Sierra Acres Real Estate
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The La Sierra Acres neighborhood has a history of farming use back before it was annexed in the City of Riverside. This neighborhood features “Hole Ranch”, which is listed a historic landmark in the City of Riverside. The land on which the house sits was part of an 1846 land grant made by Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California to the United States. The land grant, totaling 20,000 acres, was dubbed Rancho La Sierra Sepulveda, and included some of the most fertile agricultural land in Riverside County¹.
Eventually, Willits J Hole acquired the land and had his house built (Hole Mansion) on present day La Sierra Acres. The Hole Mansion was designed by Arthur Benton, architect of the oldest remaining portions of the Mission Inn. After Hole died in 1936, the land was sold to its current owners, the Divine Word Seminary. The old mansion is on their property and is a “place for religious retreats and housing of the returned and current foreign missionaries of the Divine Word Catholic Order².”
Living In La Sierra Acres
Today, much of this farm history remains a feature of the neighborhood. La Sierra Acres features a more rural lifestyle, with large residential lots. Its mostly low density single family residential homes. Because of this, animal keeping is very popular in the neighborhood. You can view these types of homes below! Is La Sierra Acres the right neighborhood for you? The median sales price for this area is around $380,000 (2017). Only slightly area than the current average home price for the area.
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