Portola Hills is a census-designated place in Orange County, California. There is a variety of real estate and residents enjoy many luxury amenities.
Portola Hills was developed during the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was named after Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portola who traveled through here in 1769. There are 14 tracts located on 348.8 acres with 2,181 homes. You’ll find a variety of single and multi-family homes including townhouses, condos, detached homes, and semi-detached houses.
The Canyon View and Canyon View West condo tract has 225 units all together with one, and two bedroom floor plans that range from 644 to 1,028 square feet. There are three townhome tracts; Bella Palermo, Montecido, and Canyon Rim. There are 657 units between them with floor plans that feature two and three bedrooms and 940 to 1,278 square feet.
Serenado and Sycamore Ridge are the semi-detached tracts with 378 units. These feature two to three bedrooms and 1,129 to 1,891 square feet. There are seven detached tracts; Alderwood, J.M Peters Portola, Antiqua, Crown Pointe, Live Oak Estates, Portola Hills Estates, and Crestmont. These combine for a total of 921 homes and feature three to six bedrooms with up to 3,584 square feet.
Residents have access to two separate clubhouses with Portola I which is on the north side and Portola II in the center of the neighborhood. Both offer swimming pools, tennis courts, gyms, and volleyball courts. Portola I also features a playground and four basketball courts. There are many parks, trails, and shopping centers within minutes of this community.
Portola Hills is served by the Saddleback Unified School District which offers highly ranked Portola Hills Elementary School, Serrano Intermediate School, and Toro High School. There are also several private schools like Abiding Savior Lutheran School, Escalade Academy, Lake Forest Montessori School, and Arbor Christian School.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
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