Casa Terrace

 Casa Terrace Neighborhood – May 2019

It’s the little things I notice when riding my bicycle through Casa Terrace that brings a smile to my face. A street called Parakeet Lane, a picket fence, unusual mailboxes, open porches, and magnificent trees. The speed limit seems to be 25 mph throughout the neighborhood. Riding up and down all the streets in this area won’t take very long, but if you like quiet nooks off main highways you might enjoy this sweet neighborhood and will probably find it worth a visit. 

A creek runs along the entire western boundary and there are no roads that go all the way straight through from Kanner to Federal Highway. However, by winding about a bit you can exit onto Federal.

I did a loop-ride by starting at the WaWa intersection of Kanner and Monterey. I rode past the Fernhill Cemetery and turned right on SE Lonita Street. Then I rode up and down the various streets, exiting the neighborhood using Tressler. I rode down US1 to Central Parkway, to Kanner, and back to WaWa to complete the loop.


Author: Gail

Retired Technology Integration Specialist. I enjoy riding my bike, baking, and reading.

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