"Inviting place to call home."
I’ve lived on this street for close to four years now and it has consistently been a quiet and serene neighborhood to stay in. It’s close enough to the major streets like La Palma Ave., Harbor Blvd., Lincoln Blvd. and Euclid St. but just far enough to not have to constantly hear the traffic of cars revving around all day. The street itself is not too extensive by any means. If you continue south on Citron St. is Anaheim High School. Many of the residents or at least the ones I’ve encountered and see walking around the neighborhood tend to be a bit on the elderly side. Some live alone others seem like they are living with family members. This might add to the serenity of the area. There’s hardly ever any issues with loud parties, vandalism, gang related issues or other types of disturbances I’ve experienced in other neighborhoods I’d lived in the city. A few houses have been recently sold and I had the opportunity to view the asking prices and to my surprise they were definitely reasonably priced. I love that the area is clean and the residents tend to be families with small children or older residents that have lived in the neighborhood for years. I makes for a very inviting place to call home.