Welcome to Anaheim Hills

A pristine city in Orange County, that  gets more desirable every single day. Anaheim Hills offeres almost a 360 degree view of surrounding areas. On a clear day you can see Downtown Los Angeles, Corona and Catalina Island from two separate vantage points.There are abundant of parks, shopping and dining within walking distance from most communities. 

Location

Homes in Anaheim Hills

While many other residential areas are comprised of homes of varying ages, Anaheim Hills is a unique collection of homes mostly built between 1970 and 1999, so the area is established, but not old.  Nestled between affluent Yorba Linda and quaint, charming Old Towne Orange, Anaheim Hills is the perfect blend of luxurious living and small town charm. Most residents in Anaheim Hills are upper-middle income, making it an above average income community.   According to a recent analysis, Anaheim Hills has a higher income than 84.7% of the neighborhoods in America.

Where is Anaheim Hills?

Anaheim Hills is located just south of Yorba Linda, California, opposite the 91 freeway at Imperial Highway. The western border is the 55 freeway opposite the city of Orange, California. On the northeast side the community extends past Gypsum Canyon, bordered by unincorporated areas of Orange County and Cleveland National Forest (east). To the south is the Santa Ana foothills opposite the community of Villa Park, California. The entirety of Anaheim Hills is within the city limits of Anaheim, California.


Schools in Anaheim Hills

With Canyon and Esperanza high schools, El Rancho junior high and eight elementary schools as well as a number of private schools and preschools, and in close proximity to Cal State Fullerton, Fullerton College and Chapman University, Anaheim Hills serves every family’s educational needs and wants. Students who live in the Anaheim Hills area are either directed to the Orange Unified School District or the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District.

Things to do in Anaheim Hills

Anaheim Hills is a residential area with plenty of green space, including wooded Oak Canyon Nature Center, with kid-friendly trails, and Yorba Regional Park, popular for fishing, riverfront paths, and a duck pond. Cyclists ride dirt paths in Deer Canyon Park, and the Anaheim Hills Golf Course is known for its challenging fairway. It's also very close to Disneyland and the Angle Stadium. Dining focuses on casual American fare, like burgers, barbecue, and craft beer.

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