Wood Streets is a community located in Riverside California
Wood Streets is a community located in Riverside California

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About Wood Streets

You’ll find one of Riverside’s best examples of residential homes from the 1920s in the neighborhood of Wood Streets. This popular community covers a square mile of charming subdivisions.

Many single family homes here were built in the late teens and 1920s. As a whole they represent the typical Southern California architectural styles from between 1916 and 1940. Residents still live on the original sidewalks with the same driveways and street furnishings. This neighborhood offers a colorful array of homes and architectural designs. Wood Streets is one of 28 designated neighborhoods in Riverside.

This community is served by several public facilities such as Magnolia Elementary School, Sierra Middle School, and Ramona High School. There are also several private schools in Riverside including Son Shine Christian School, Azure Hills Adventists Elementary, and Mojave River Academy. The University of California, Riverside makes its home here.

Several shopping centers are nearby including the Galleria at Tyler regional mall, the open-air facility of Riverside Plaza, and Main Street in the Downtown area which has many unique shops. There are many parks in Riverside including the Martha McLean-Anza Narrows which covers 40 acres along the Santa Ana River. Operated by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District, it offers hiking, biking, horseback riding, and picnic facilities. It also has group picnicking as well as a breath taking view of the bluffs that stop and drop down to the river.

Riverside is California’s 12th largest city and the nation’s 59th largest. It takes under an hour to drive to the Pacific Ocean from this city and while residents enjoy being close to the beaches they may also see a bit of snow dusting on the surrounding mountains. This area has hot, dry summers and wet rainier winters.

Wood Streets Schools

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Grade Levels

  • Elementary Schools: 95
  • Middle Schools: 52
  • High Schools: 46

Types of Schools

  • Public Schools: 75
  • Private Schools: 51
  • Charter Schools: 5

* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org