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La Paz (South) is a popular community in Mission Viejo, California which offers spectacular views and many amenities.
The La Paz (South) subdivision was built by Mission Viejo Company, and is comprised of 701 homes. Living space ranges from 1,488 to 2,710 square feet with three to five bedrooms and two-car garages. There are no Home Owners Association fees here and taxes are low.
Residents have the option to join Lake Mission Viejo which offers beaches, swimming, fishing, boating, and paddle boarding. This private venue is the summer place to be with fireworks, concerts, and movie screenings. This city is known for its many parks and the closest ones to this neighborhood are Linda Vista Park, Marguerite M. O’Neill Park, and Knotty Pine Park. To the south within minutes is the Mission Viejo Country Club which has championship golf, dining options, and special event planning.
La Paz South is under the jurisdiction of the Saddleback Valley Unified School District. Students attend Linda Vista Elementary as well as highly ranked La Paz Intermediate School and Mission Viejo High School. Several private facilities are available like Sonrisa School, Halstrom High, Cornerstone Community School, and The Master’s Academy. Saddleback College makes its home here and there are also continuation and adult schools in this city.
There is plenty of shopping in this area with centers like the Kaleidoscope Courtyards and The Shops at Mission Viejo where you’ll find theaters, restaurants, stores, and entertainment. Freeways are easily accessible and the Mission Hospital is also in this location.
Mission Viejo began home construction in the late 1960s and today is known for its upscale subdivisions and low crime. It is considered to be a suburban area and is one of the largest planned communities in the United States.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
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