The Harvest Villages At Vernola Ranch – The new community of Harvest Villages, from Lennar homes, offers single-family homes with built-in amenities. These include solar panels, kitchens with granite countertops, and even the Everything’s Included package. The community is turning out to be very modern and family-orientated.
Harvest Villages is a small neighborhood located in the semi-urban community that is Mira Loma. It became part of the city of Jurupa Valley when it was voted to be incorporated into the city in 2011. Harvest Villages is a wonderful place to raise a family, with and an assortment of schools. Mira Loma Middle School, the local intermediate school. Jurupa Valley High School is just outside of Harvest Villages. The public high school offers various sports and activities.
There are two enormous shopping centers just across the 15 freeway from Harvest Villages. The centers have stores that provide necessities to the neighborhood, such as Target, Home Depot, and Vons. The shopping center also provides department-like stores that one might find in a mall, like TJ Maxx, Home Goods, Tilly’s, Sports Chalet, Famous Footwear, and even beauty stores like Ulta. The shopping center is also very popular because it provides entertainment. Edwards Eastvale Gateway Stadium 14 is located in the center, providing a variety of new movies in large theaters. Just outside the theater lies a courtyard, where people like to relax, and enjoy a dessert of frozen yogurt or from the Nestle Tollhouse. The shopping center would definitely not be complete without a variation of restaurants, with many to choose for every occasion and everyone’s different tastes and interests. The Food Court section part of the center has common and delicious foods like the Habit for burgers, and Dickey’s for barbecue. There are also more formal restaurants such as Johnny Carino’s and Applebee’s. There is even a more offbeat collection of restaurants in the corner of the shopping center: Zip Fusion Sushi, Thai Bamboo Café, and Pho Viet. These varieties of Asian cuisines demonstrate some of the cultural diversity in the area and give people the opportunity to experiment and try something new. But Mira Loma even has its own sets of restaurants and stores on the east side of the 15 freeway. It has small restaurants like Steer n Stein and has a few authentic Mexican shops that are popular for the meat and chicken that they sell. Nearby there are also establishments such as the Glen Avon Library. Over the past years, Mira Loma has become an ideal place to live. With expansion and progress in Southern California moving South and coming our way, that can only mean improvements and development for Jurupa Valley. But even the way that the area is, it is a reasonable distance from both Los Angeles and San Diego, but it provides an escape from the metropolitan life, by maintaining a balance between urban and rural. If contemplating on moving into the Harvest Villages community, it is important to consider the assets for schools, entertainment, the community itself, and development. And while development is spreading towards the area, Harvest Villages will maintain its spirit that is central to the community.