What first comes to mind when you think of Coto De Caza is usually, exclusive, secure, laid-back, golfing and tennis. The area was once a shooting range but has morphed into one of South Orange County’s most posh living havens away from the anxiety and bump-and-grind of main-stream Orange County. Normally divided into 2 sections, the North and South, at the Northern area in Coto De Caza, around the Los Ranchos Estates, you will find multi-million mansions and equestrian properties. The Southern section of the Coto De Caza community consists mainly of semi-custom tract homes. There is just a scattering of condos located behind the guard-gated community. Next to the Thomas Riley Wilderness Park and the Cleveland National Forest, it is not uncommon to see a deer or mountain lion strolling either across the street or on the golf course.
You get a lot of “bang for your buck” in the Coto de Caza properties, partly because the community is far away from the beaches and the major freeways (it is close to the 241 toll road). The city contains mainly two-story residences and most of the yards are large enough to include a built-in pool. BanCorp Properties has been serving within the Coto De Caza real estate market for over 20 years, and is intimately familiar with each local neighborhood and subdivision. Regardless of whether you are looking to buy or sell or home in Coto De Caza – speak with a local BanCorp Realtor first. You can visit us online at BanCorp Realty to learn more about our company – or call us at 949-632-7006.