Amalfi Hills is a prestigious community in Yorba Linda, California that offers residents luxury living, and close proximity to services.
Amalfi Hills is comprised of one and two story homes within three developments that were built by Toll Brothers. Many of these estates have outdoor fireplaces and guest suites on the first floor. And residents enjoy low Home Owners Association dues and no Mello Roos. The Positano and Sorrento neighborhoods offer homes with 4,300 to 5,400 square feet of living space. Some of the larger designs like Marsala and La Spezia have courtyard entrances. The third neighborhood, Cortise has homes with up to 3,415 square feet, and is typically the least expensive in this community.
Located just a mile from award-winning Yorba Linda High School, Amalfi Hills is between Fairmont Boulevard and Village Center Drive. Schools are provided by the Placentia-Yorba Unified School District with high ranked facilities like Mabel M. Paine Elementary School and Yorba Linda Middle School. The high school was built in 2009, with its first graduating class in 2012. St. Francis of Assisi School is the only Catholic school in Yorba Linda. Heritage Oak Private School and Lutheran High School of Orange County are also available. The city has several Montessori preschools like Aborland Montessori Children’s Academy and Pine Tree Preschool.
Yorba Linda has several shopping centers, but the main district is Savi Ranch, which offers many restaurants, stores, and services. It features stores like Best Buy, Ashley Furniture, Costco Wholesale, and Good Guys Automotive. Other centers include Country Club Village, Eastlake Village Shopping Center, Mercado del Rio, and Yorba Linda Station Plaza. Yorba Linda owns Black Gold Golf Club, and there are over 1,000 businesses in the city.
Yorba Linda, whose name means “Beautiful Yorba”, is one of the richest cities in the nation. It is 13 miles northeast of Santa Ana, and 37 miles from the downtown area of Los Angeles.
1301 East Orangethorpe Avenue, Placentia, CA 92870-5302
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