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From horse-back riders and equestrian pathways in Nellie Gail to classy Laguna Hills luxury homes for sale, our local Buyers Agents say that the Laguna Hills inland real estate market is rich in diversity. Believe it or not tropical seas once enveloped the entire area! Cultural Arts thrive in the city, which includes an Arts Program and Rotating Photo Gallery – with a special attention placed on the city’s youth. At the Sports Park, the home owners can exercise to their hearts-content at the gymnasium and then cool-down and relax at the attached Picnic Shelter.
Recognized locally more for its shopping (Laguna Hills Mall) and medical facilities (Saddleback Memorial Hospital), many don’t know that the lovely Laguna Hills custom homes are found adjacent to one of the richest fossil sites in the U.S. City planners have done an excellent job in maintaining on-going capital improvement projects which directly benefit the Laguna Hills housing market and have helped bolster the property values withing the city's borders. Initially incorporated in 1991, the community has maintained land annexations in the North Hills area as well as on the “westside”, which included the A.V.C.A. Sheep Hills Park.
Why People Love Laguna Hills
Sometimes thought of as the city people pass through on their way to Laguna Beach via Laguna Canyon Road, the neighborhoods in Laguna Hills are family-oriented, easy-going and brimming with personality-plus. On quiet, tree-lined streets where you fill find bicycle riders and children playing, the view properties and contemporary homes in Laguna Hills come to life where tasteful renovations are bountiful, and modernization and renovation of the single-family-residences and condos are at the top of the list of the property owners.
The city of Laguna Hills enjoys a nearly-perfect year-round weather, with a cool ocean breeze keeping it rejuvenating in the summer, and mild in the winter. The gorgeous Laguna Hills upgraded homes are mainly situated on a rolling-hills terrain, and during the Summer, celebrations and events of all kinds abound. Whether it is a Fourth of July parade or a Memorial Day half-marathon, the Nellie Gail area of the city is a horse-show heaven for the equestrian set. The vistas from the homes in Laguna Hills range from rolling-hills and mountain views to stunning city-lights views. The main architectural styles that potential home buyers will find are; Mediterranean, Spanish-style and Traditional.
The San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor borders the eastern edge of the city. The local neighborhoods offer amenities through structured HOA's for the majority of the lovely Laguna Hills, California homes. The prices of homes in the city are much more affordable than the pricier options alongside the Ocean such as Newport, Laguna and Huntington Beaches. Most of the homes have ample rear yard space allowing for the construction of pools and spas. As a licensed Real Estate Broker, we notice that interest in the city is at record highs. Bancorp Realty has assembled a talented team of Professionals whose combined knowledge into pricing scenarios and market strategy gives our clientele the benefit of knowing that they’re working with one of the leading organizations in the region.
The stylish Laguna Hills local homes for sale are close to three challenging golf courses; Aliso Viejo Country Club, Lake Forest golf and practice center and Casta Del Sol golf course. From basketball, to volleyball to soccer, there are intramural sports offered during the school year at each of the city's elementary school campuses. Law enforcement is provided to the Laguna Hills residents by the O.C.S.D., and fire protection is administered by the O.C.F.A. The city has its own high school; Laguna Hills High School, which has been recognized as a California Distinguished School numerous times and has been named a National Blue-Ribbon School.
Where Is Laguna Hills Located?
The city of enjoys easy access to Interstate-5 and 405 freeways, and the main thoroughfares are El Toro Road, Oso Parkway and La Paz. Considered an urban/suburban living destination, the houses in Laguna Hills are surrounded by a multitude of culinary choices, a movie theater and excellent boutique shopping. The Ocean is a mere 15-minutes away and John Wayne Airport is just a short 20-minute commute. Some of the main communities of the city are found in; Moulton Ranch, Falcon Hill, Lomas Laguna and Stratford Ridge.
The Laguna Hills real estate market has the following Zip Codes; 92637, 92653, 92654, and 92656 – The area code for the city is 949. The current population for the community is approximately 31,000 residents and the total land area is just over 6 square miles. A brief history of the city of Laguna Hills: The homes are built on one of the extensive land grants that were created in the “Rancho” era. In 1821 those people who had served in the government or had associations with people in authority were give large chunks of land for cattle grazing. Don Juan Avila was offered the 12,000+ acre Rancho Niguel and which currently Laguna Hills is found. Lewis Moulton bought Rancho Niguel from Avila in 1894 and with his partner increased the initial grant to over 22,000 acres which they used to raise sheep and other animals. The Moulton Ranch finally subdivided the parcels in the 1960’s and is now recognized as the Laguna Hills housing market. Incorporation plans began in 1987 and in 1991, the Laguna Hills residents voted in favor of incorporating the city. Further annexations now include; North Laguna Hills, and the “Westside Annexation” which occurred in the year 2000, which included 150 acres of residential purpose land use, including the Aliso Viejo and Sheep Hills Park. The City Hall of the city is now found on El Toro Road which was purchased and renovated by the city, which also leases commercial space in the building, leading to a positive net income flow for the city.
Cultural Arts in the Laguna Hills community: Through the visual and performing arts self-expression is paramount along with local identify. This process occurs throughout a person’s lifetime. The Laguna Hills Community Center, through its arts program encourages inspirational and education opportunities the cultural excursions, exhibits and art classes. On Alicia Parkway you will locate the Rotating Photo Gallery, when exhibits and photos of events of Laguna Hills landmarks. The Laguna Hills Sports Complex features; a softball and Soccer field, skate park, roller hockey rink, ”prehistoric playground”, Picnic areas along with a snack bar, and a baseball diamond. The picnic shelter contains 6 tables that can be used by 10-15 people – it is found in close proximity to the restroom facilities. There are multiple BBQ grills and limited power is available. City Exhibits include the Butterfly Sculpture which was designed by KOCE for the purposed of connecting and uniting the community through a fundraising project for art and science education. The Laguna Hills Civic Center Public Arts program includes nearly a dozen pieces of historical art, and at the Fossil Exhibit, tours and fossil programs are offered at the community center.
The city of Laguna Hills rolled-out its “Get Fit Campaign” in 2015 and its special designation is to zero-in on the rising obesity trends in the community. It was originally organized with staff training, how to make better nutritional choices and focus on exercise-related classes. Some of the other benefits of this program includes; hip hop yoga, karate, healthy cooking classes, and open gym basketball. The city also provides trail and Club 30 walking routes that have been previously built within the boundaries of the city. Points of Interest in the Laguna Hills community include; Fossil Reef Park, Juan Avila Adobe Monument and Costeau Park.
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