Casta del Sol is an age-restricted community located in Mission Viejo, California. As a gated community in a natural environment, Casta del Sol offers the best of both worlds for retirees: urban living in a pastoral setting. With nearly 300 days of sunshine and all-around temperatures mainly between 60 and 85 degrees, this community in south Orange County is located in one of the best climate zones in the United States.
This gated community was developed between the years 1972 and 1987 specifically for active 55 and better residents. This means homes will feature more traditional floor plans and features, but upgraded homes are available. Most homes feature gorgeous views. The single-family detached houses range in size from approximately 1,200 to 1,900 square feet while single-family attached homes range in size from approximately 1,000 to 1,600 square feet.
This planned retirement community of almost 2,000 residences and consists of mostly single-family, two or three bedroom, one-story unattached homes with one- or two-car garages. Some residences are attached by the garages, and some have two stories with an extra loft, or third bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Association dues are moderate and for all homes include maintenance of the greenbelt areas, security patrol and gate guards, exterior painting every six years, trash pickup and management.Read More ▾
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