William Peak Park
The majority of William Peak Park real estate consists of medium-sized (three or four bedroom) to tiny (studio to two bedroom) single-family residences and mobile homes. The majority of residential real estate is owner-occupied. Many of the homes in the William Peak Park area are older and well-established, having been constructed between 1940 and 1969. A number of houses were also constructed between 1970 and 1999.
Most neighborhoods include a range of home ages, from new to old, but this one stands out because of its concentration of residential real estate built in one time period: from 1940 to 1969, which are generally regarded older, well-established residences. This was a prolific period for home development in America. After World War II, GIs returned home and used the GI Bill to purchase freshly built homes on the outskirts of cities, where they raised their families. This housing era roughly corresponds to the ‘Baby Boom’ generation (1945-1964), and many baby boomers grew up in homes built during this time period. But what makes the William Peak Park neighborhood unique is that 81.1% of the residences were developed during this time period. As a result, as you walk its streets or drive through it, you will notice that this area has a look and feel that harkens back to that era in American history, a very important piece of Americana.
Significantly, 9.3% of its population aged five and up speak Tagalog at home, the first language of the Philippine region. While this may appear to be a small amount, it is higher than 99.3% of American communities.
The William Peak Park neighborhood in Buena Park has wealthy neighbors, making it one of the 15% wealthiest areas in America. According to data, this community has a greater income than 90.0% of all neighborhoods in America. Furthermore, 7.2% of the children seventeen and under in this neighborhood are poor, which is lower than the incidence of childhood poverty reported in 59.6% of America’s neighborhoods.
People in this neighborhood speak a variety of languages. These are the languages that people prefer to speak when they are at home with their families. Spanish is the most commonly spoken language in the William Peak Park area, with 42.6% of families speaking it. English, Tagalog (the original language of the Philippines), Indian languages, and Chinese are also widely spoken.
Residents in the William Peak Park area of Buena Park, California, most typically identify as Mexican (47.0%). There are also citizens of Asian origin (21.4%), residents with English roots (4.0%), and some with South American ancestry (3.0%), as well as those with German ancestry (2.5%), among others. Furthermore, 44.5% of the people in this neighborhood were born in another nation.
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