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Sunset Hideaway , California

Our modern Rancho Heights community is centered on two main roads – Magee and Rancho Heights – and surrounded by a colorful history that can be traced back to the mid-19th century. Magee Road, named Read more...
Our modern Rancho Heights community is centered on two main roads – Magee and Rancho Heights – and surrounded by a colorful history that can be traced back to the mid-19th century. Magee Road, named after Gold Rush settler and general store owner John Magee, was built (or perhaps discovered) around that time. Before then, it may very well have been a trail that connected the Pala Band of Luiseno Indians with the Temeeku band of Luiseno Indians. In the 1800s, Magee Road ran from Mission Road (now state highway 76) in Pala north through the hills, across the land that later became the Pechanga Reservation, and then down into Temecula, where it terminated at what is now the intersection of Loma Linda Road and Pechanga Parkway (the original location of Magee's first general store in Temecula). Today sections of Magee Road are gated off by property owners who live outside of Rancho Heights to the south, which makes it impassable, except in emergencies.
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Sunset Hideaway
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