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About Garden Grove, California:
The past has been backed into a corner in Garden Grove, but it hasn’t quite disappeared. It exists in an old farmhouse on Euclid Street. Stand in the backyard, an you’re effectively transported back in time about 100 years. The Garden Grove Historical Society intended it that way. The place is called the Stanley House, after one of its original owners, and it serves as the city’s only museum. Though built in 1893, the house represents what Garden Grove was throughout the latter half of the 19th century: a farming community. Next door to the Stanley House is a strawberry patch, one of the few left in a city once known for its berry fields. Today the city is a bedroom community with a healthy share of thriving businesses. The stresses and strains of growth have taken their toll. “Garden Grove,” a name possibly suggested by Mormons who had passed through Garden Grove, Iowa, was an appropriate one for the budding settlement of the 1870s, when it might indeed have resembled a big garden, with its fields of grapes, apricots and peaches. But in the late 20th century, with its freeway and urban problems, including pockets of run-down dwellings, the name to some is an anachronism. Recent partnering with local corporations has helped to focus attention the the city’s redevelopment. This ‘Renaissance Garden Grove Program’ will see an increase in both homes and hotel rooms to the city. Garden Grove has been a “capital of” from the early days until the city was incorporated in 1956; the chili-pepper capital of the world in the early 1920s, the poultry capital of the world a little later, the egg capital of the world not long after that, and the strawberry capital of the world in the late ’50s. The last is what gave Garden Grove the Strawberry Festival, a parade and carnival held every Memorial Day weekend. The city has other claims to fame. A man named R.Q. Wickham was renting a home in Garden Grove in 1888 when he launched a political movement that would lead to the formation of Orange County. Wickam heard that his neighbors wanted to make a new county out of the southern portion of Los Angeles County. Wickam, who was experienced in politics, drew up petitions for a county charter to get the ball rolling. Garden Grove’s past has its darker side, too. It was home to a Japanese internment camp and a small prisoner-of-war camp for German soldiers during World War II. Today the city has a large Korean community, as well as growing Vietnamese and Hispanic populations that promise an even richer and more diverse future. Points of Interest: Crystal Cathedral, The Grove Theater Center, Orange County Symphony, and Stanley Ranch Museum.
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Garden Grove includes the friendly communities of Chateau Ambrosia, Cobblestone Creek, Cobblestone Village, Devonshire Village, East Gate, Fieldstone Classics, Flower Terrace Condominiums, Flower Tree Condominuims, Gabriel Arms Condominiums, Garden Cove, Garden Creek Villas, Garden Park, Garden Terrace Townhomes, Garden Walk, Granada Park, Greenbrier Terraces, Greenhouse West, Grove at the Park, Heatherwood Condominiums, Hewitt Place Townhomes, Hidden Village, Jacaranda Gardens, La Jolla Townehomes, La Mancha, Lake Grove, Lakeside I, Lakeside II, Lampson Terrace Condominiums, Les Jardins, Marlinda Estates, Meadow Brook Village Townhomes, Meadow Brook Village Villas, Monroe Townhomes, Newland Manor, Newland Villas, Pacific Gardens, Park Villas II, Park Westminster Townhomes, Parkside, Parkview Homes, Peppertree Townhomes, Peppertree Village, Petite Ranch, Pine Village Townhomes, Pine Villas, Pine Willow, Rosewood Village, Somerset Place, Stanford Court, Stanford Plaza, Stonegate, Strawberry Hill, Valley View Park Estates, Valley View Park Thms, Village Estates, Westbrook Court, Westbrook Townhomes, Westminster Plaza, Whaler’s Point and Wilson Terrace Townhomes. Remember, Garden Grove is sometimes spelled as Gardden Grove, Garten Grove, Garden Groove, Gardenn Grove, or Gardan Grove. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Jeff Oldham. He’s Soaring Above the Competition!