La Paz Home in Mission Viejo
The casual, elegant way of life that was early California can be yours now in a La Paz Home in Mission Viejo. In a La Paz Home, you are surrounded by early California heritage. Your homesite was once part of the 53,000-acre Rancho Mission Viejo, dating back to the King of Spain. From your La Paz Home, you can see rolling hills, meadows, and in the distance, the beautiful Santa Ana Mountains. They were here before the Spanish! Mission Viejo itself is a unique blend of Spanish and contemporary architecture. Public buildings all have Spanish red tile roofs. The lamp posts remind you of the El Camino Real. There are parks and riding trails, wide tree-lined avenues. Soon, there will be schools, churches, shops of nearly every description. An 18-hole championship golf course, Country Club, and Saddle Club will be completed in 1966. La Paz Homes are only fifteen minutes from the heart of Orange County, seven minutes from the Pacific Ocean. The air is clean and clear. There's room to live, and room to grow. The Builder. Design and construction of La Paz Homes in Mission Viejo are closely supervised by Donald L. Bren, President of Mission Viejo Company. Mr. Bren is one of the nation's most creative and capable home-builders. La Paz Homes are the result of Mr. Bren's considerable experience and skill as a master builder of homes throughout Southern California. La Paz Homes include exclusive features used in custom homes built by Mr. Bren in Huntington Harbour, Dover Shores, Cameo Shores, Corona del Mar, Newport Beach and Tustin. La Paz Homes in Mission Viejo are highly sought after.
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