River’s Edge Community

Actively sought after River’s Edge homes are located in north east Lompoc. Spanish tile roofs provide a red canopy over cream colored stucco homes making River’s Edge homes truly a California dreamin’ location. In addition, detailed landscaping makes these homes distinct from the surrounding area. For instance, block wall fences for some homes provide ultimate privacy and front courtyard style entrance ways offer an intimate welcome to friends and family.

As you visit River’s Edge subdivision looking for your dream home you will see the pride of ownership exhibited through out the subdivision in “home beautiful” style lawns, perfectly trimmed shrubbery and rock path ways. Also spacious floor plans, expansive living rooms, master suites, walk in closets and cul-de-sac locations are prime features for the astute home buyer.

Food and dining-out or shopping for groceries to prepare a weekend barbeque as you celebrate your new home are plentiful. Through out the Lompoc area there are many eateries to choose from. Authentic Italian cooking at La Botte Italian Restaurant to Sissy’s Uptown Café offering a wide selection of wines and beers to choose from as you peruse the menu for fresh seafood and pasta.  Choosing a home in River’s Edge will offer many advantages from the city of Lompoc’s amenities.

Lompoc has something for everyone. The rich historical heritage left by early explorers and entrepreneur visionaries have long been the draw to the Central California Coast with its moderate climate and inspiring vineyards. In addition, near by Ken Adam Park and River Park offer group picnic and multipurpose walking trails. The city of Lompoc’s recreational department has a diverse variety of programs for all seasons.

In various recreational parks through out the community, Lompoc’s rich military heritage is proudly shown off in the form of monuments and memorials to honor courageous men and women who served and are serving the USA. Vandenberg AFB is about seven miles north of Lompoc and although it is a closed installation, it offers tours of the facility by reservation only the second and fourth Wednesday of every month.

The VAFB shuttle program was terminated in 1986 so citizens of Lompoc focused on tourism and the pristine Central Coast as a means to battle the recession. Also the community used the natural beauty of the Valley and its flower industry to develop a successful downtown mural program. Today tourism is a primary component of the Lompoc economy. So when you buy a home in River’s Edge you reap the benefits from early visionaries.

Privacy Policy