The neighborhood of Calabria in Aliso Viejo, California is a highly desired condominium complex. Residents enjoy community amenities and are not far from stores, restaurants, and entertainment.
Calabria is made up of 248 condos and this subdivision was built by William Lyon. There are six floor plans and the smallest has 977 square feet with two bedrooms and two baths. The largest plan, the Montagna, has 1,362 square feet of living space along with two and a half bedrooms and two baths. All units have a one-car garage. Street names in this subdivision include Destiny Way, Windhaven Place, Hillgate Place, Promontory Park, Landmark Place, Sentinel Place, and Startrail Circle.
Community benefits include a swimming pool and spa. There are several trails and a creek nearby for hikers, bikers, and walkers. The Capistrano Unified School District maintains facilities such as Wood Canyon Elementary School as well as highly ranked Don Juan Avila Middle School and Aliso Niguel High School. The city also has private schools like Van Damme Academy and Aliso Viejo Christian School. And students who are ready for higher education may choose Soka University of America which is close by.
Calabria is just minutes away from Target and Costco as well as the Aliso Viejo Town Center which offers a large variety of retail, restaurants, and services. The center features stores like Barnes & Noble, Kokamo Kreations, Pep Boys, Petsmart, Pier 1 Imports, and Planet Design. It also has restaurants like Panda Panda, Little Caesar’s Pizza, and Kelly’s Coffee & Fudge Factory.
The Aliso Viejo Community Park is located next to the middle school in a dead end street. It has a fenced-in toddler area as well as a walking trail, baseball diamond, shaded playground, and lots of swings. There is also access to a bike trail along the Aliso Creek. You can enjoy an 11 mile loop at the Aliso and Woods Canyons Regional Park which features 2,789 acres of woodlands and grassy hills.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org