The Mystic Hills properties are found south of Bommer Canyon which is a large natural area that features many paths for hiking and biking, plus a historic former cattle camp. To the west of the Mystic Hills real estate market you will find the Laguna Beach State Marine Conservation Area and the Crystal Cove State Marine Conservation Area. The Mystic Hills residential market is located north of the Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park which is a wildlife sanctuary across over 4,200 acres that features rolling hills with trails and several types of different trees. The Mystic Hills homes for sale are right around the corner from Heisler Park where the beach area offers artsy park benches, sculptures, ocean views, rocky shores and tide pools. With our customized Mystic Hills property search you are able to view the full and complete inventory of Mystic Hills homes for sale, and the information is being continuously updated by local Laguna Beach Realtors, so you can trust the information as reliable and accurate.
To the north of the Mystic Hills residential market is the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park which is 6,800 acre-plus park with numerous trails for horseback riding, biking, hiking, and you will also find a nature center at the center. Just east of the Mystic Hills properties, up the 133-freeway you will find the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, and the Mystic Hills real estate market is just south of Bommer Canyon where the large natural area features many paths for hiking and biking, plus a historic former cattle camp. The Mystic Hills homes for sale are found north of Aliso Beach which is recognized for being a busy spot for surfing and swimming, and the beachfront park offers a concession stand as well as public showers. The Mystic Hills properties are found perched about Laguna Village and the Laguna Riviera Beach Club.