Meadow Oaks

Lacresta Horse Properties

Meadow Oaks is a lovely equestrian gated community just outside of LaCresta. Meadow Oaks is in the Tenaja area of the unincorporated area of Murrieta.  In Meadow Oaks, you can find minimum 5 acre parcels of land.  Meadow Oaks is an equestrian friendly gated area.  There are only 49 homes currently with 3-4 undeveloped lots.  The home owners association covers the gate, and Gary who takes care of the guard shack and all the comings and goings of people coming into Meadow Oaks.  He also  maintains the front area by the gate.  The HOA also takes care of the streets inside of Meadow Oaks. The HOA is managed currently by Ralston Management.

Ronald Reagan owned 750 acres of land in Tenaja.  He bought the land in the 1960’s and he sold it more than a decade later.  He only came down to the Tenaja area a few times as back then he felt it was too far out and would take too long for modern conveniences to get out here.  That was when he sold and moved to Santa Barbara.  Dan Stephenson bought 5000 acres out in Tenaja.  He started Rancon Real Estate as well.  He obtained investors and started buying land everywhere.  He was the one to start LaCresta, which was 10,000 acres and he linked riding trails together.  He then started LaCresta Highlands which was 1,500 acre estates, Santa Rosa West was 700 acres. Meadow Oaks is just out side of Santa Rosa West.  Pretty interesting that Ronald Reagan owned Meadow Oaks.

There is a ranch right out side of Meadow Oaks that is named Reagan Ranch that is up for sale currently.

Reagan Ranch-Murrieta CA.This remarkable property of 30 acres occupies one of the most picturesque sites in the magnificent Tenaja Valley. The Reagan Ranch is located an hour’ s drive from Orange County or San Diego. The ranch was formerly owned by Ronald & Nancy Reagan. A 20.18 acre parcel + 2 adjoining 5-acre parcels. Extraordinary 5-acre seasonally-fed lake is the centerpiece. Over 100 trees w/irrigation surround lake perimeter and ranch. Ranch has several building sites with views for large residence(s). Quality 1,500 SF 2 Bd, 2 Ba ranch house jutts out over lake; 2-car garage. Octagon-shaped vaulted great room has wood lattice interior walls and ceilings. Extensive rock work on exterior, complemented with shakes shingle exterior walls. There is a custom-designed, quality 2,750 SF steel/wood barn, with tall doors for storage, RV, boat; set up for 8 large stalls + hay storage. There is regulation polo arena with grandstands, and additional land was graded to accommodate a regulation outdoor polo field and a half-mile horse training race track. Ranch is near extensive equestrian trails. 8-acre horse pasture with 9 corrals. Three wells plus a 1.5″ city water meter.

One hour from Orange County and San Diego. Clinton Keith exit west up to the Santa Rosa Plateau 5 miles to Tenaja Rd. turn right go about 3.5 miles. Property is on the right at corner of Calle Bandido.

Meadow Oaks is right next door to this lovely home.  Call me if I can help you find a home in Meadow Oaks, Tenaja, LaCresta, LaCresta Highlands or Santa Rosa West. 951-204-1864.




I am a realtor in the Inland Empire and have almost 30 years combined experience to help you with your real estate needs. I am a certified short sale specialist, have my GRI, my B.A, and CLHMS (Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist) designations all of this combined with my many years of being out in the field I am one of the hardest working agents you will find. I look forward to helping you, so give me a call at 951-204-1864 or send me an email at Looking forward to meeting you!

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