Miles from I-15
Murrieta School District
$50/yr. to $250/mo.
1.35% to 1.8%
Fire Station 12
Plaza Center 4.2 mi.
Ctr. 4 mi.
Theaters 4.8 mi.
Mall 6.6 mi.
Luz Homes for Sale
Homes for Rent
Luz Community Map
De Luz, a community of gentlemen ranches
and country estates located west of the city of Temecula, in the Santa
Location: South East Temecula, 3.5 miles from I-15 Interstate
Established: Originally developed for agricultural purposes
in the early 1970's for avocado and citrus
groves, it is fast becoming one of the Temecula's Valley premier destinations for those
who are looking for homes with spectacular mountain views (the Pacific ocean on a clear
day) and cooling breezes that has allowed Temecula to become one of the best
wine regions in the world.
De Luz provides a rural active lifestyle and ecological balance into a sanctuary for
privacy and relaxation. Nestled into the lush terrain of meandering streams, and
majestic hundred-year-oaks, De Luz is a naturalist's paradise.
Most homes are custom Homes, however there are a couple of
developments currently under construction by Renaissance
and Craftsmen homes.
Type Homes: Homes in De Luz are situated on a minimum of 5 acre lots. Prices range
from $500,000 to over $3 Million.
A championship golf course enhances the natural beauty of the terrain with a wonderful Arthur Hills design
that provides a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
golf courses such as The Redhawk golf club, Temeku Hills, Temecula Creek,
SCGA, The Colony and Bear Creek CC are only a few
minutes drive. More
Entertainment: Restaurants and movies theaters are 5.6 miles.
Shopping: Several shopping centers
are 4.2 miles from De Luz. The
Promenade Mall is 6.6
miles and Old Town Temecula is 3.3 miles.
De Luz can be easily accessed from the I-15 Interstate by taking
Rancho California road, from Murrieta from Washington Road and Fallbrook (15
minutes) from Sandia Creek road.
Within Community Boundaries
De Luz is part of the Murrieta School District.
However there are some residents attend schools in the Temecula