Yorba Linda is the land of gracious living
Yorba Linda, California, is best described as a residential community with a small town feel and easy access to the Los Angeles metro-area. The city's gorgeous parks cater to equestrian sports, family activities and nature-lovers. Yorba Linda's population of 68,000 enjoys excellent schools, abundant natural beauty and open space, a wonderful library and community center, and impressively active youth sports organizations.
The city of Yorba Linda sits in the Anaheim Hills in the northeastern corner of Orange County, California. Yorba Linda is just southeast of the City of Brea. The Imperial Highway bisects Yorba Linda from north to south, and Highway 91 runs along the southern border of town. The Chino Hills State Park and the Black Gold Golf Club are located on the north side of town.
Yorba Linda is located in the in the Los Angeles-Long Beach metropolitan area. It is approximately 40 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles and 13 miles northeast of downtown Santa Ana, the Orange County seat. Anaheim, with a population of over 200,000, is just 20 minutes away. Yorba Linda offers the best of both worlds - a rural-like setting close to everything.
Yorba Linda is small in size, about 19 square miles. One of the best things about the town is its semi-rural feel. Residents enjoy an extensive system of landscaped streets and greenbelts throughout the city. Also, the city's north and northeastern sides are bordered by open space. Yorba Linda sits at 397 feet above sea level and it is about an hour away from the beach.
Yorba Linda is a residential community of primarily single-family homes on large lots. There are a very nice variety of housing options in Yorba Linda including condos/townhouses starting in the $400,000s, detached single-family homes with a median price of $825,000 (as of June 2017), and gorgeous, private estates starting at $1.5 million. Some of the 1920s-era "craftsman" style homes can be found in quaint neighborhoods as well as modern California architecture.