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Laguna Niguel

If you want to know what it’s like to live in a resort full time, then move to Laguna Niguel in Orange County and find out for yourself.

Indeed, this little burg is known as one of California’s ritziest neighborhoods—a testament to the high-quality of living here. From beautiful houses to beachside views, to luxurious amenities, Laguna Niguel offers only the best for the who’s who of California.

This city of around 65,328 residents, according to 2016 estimates, is perched on the San Joaquin Hills in Orange County. Its upscale neighborhoods are:

  • Bear Brand Ranch
  • Beacon Hill
  • Coronado Pointe
  • Crest de Ville
  • El Niguel Heights and Golf Course
  • Kite Hill
  • Laguna Crest
  • Laguna Sur
  • Marina Hills
  • Monarch Point
  • Niguel Coast
  • Niguel Summit
  • Niguel West
  • Ocean Ranch
  • Palmilla
  • Rancho Niguel
  • San Joaquin Hills
  • South Peak

Real estate in Laguna Niguel

Homes for sale in Laguna Niguel, CA are fittingly grand, located in gated communities such as Poppy Hills, Avenida de Las Flores, and Springfield Drive.

Listed homes often start at more than 1,100 square feet, though some properties measure a sprawling 5,500 square feet. Whether you’re looking for a great single-family home or a grand estate, there’s something here for you.

As you might expect, these luxury homes come with top-of-the-line features. Many properties have a view of the majestic Pacific Ocean and have expansive lawns that are just as impressive. Too hot to swim outside? Some homes have indoor pools. No time to hit the gym? A home with a private gym is just what you need.

Only the finest construction materials go into these homes, including sustainable hardwood and natural stone. They also come equipped with the latest, energy-efficient appliances.

The Laguna Niguel lifestyle

This world-class city offers world-class experiences, too. From leisure to dining, to culture, there’s plenty to explore and enjoy in this neighborhood.

  • Laguna Niguel Lake

  • Love fishing? Bring out the rod and tackle, and head to Laguna Niguel Lake Regional Park. The lake is stocked every week during fishing season, so you’re sure to catch a few catfish, bluegill, bass, and trout. Novices can also rent equipment at the entrance.

  • Aliso & Wood Canyons Regional Park

  • Reconnect with nature at this expansive park. The timeless beauty of the canyons is a sight to behold, as are the different rock etchings made by the area’s native inhabitants.

  • Mangia Bene

  • If it’s the best Italian food you’re after, look no further than Mangia Bene in Laguna Hills. The Taglio salad and authentic bolognese pasta are absolute must-tries. They also have a great bar selection for when you need a good nightcap.

  • First Thursday Art Walk

  • Ignite your imagination at the First Thursday Art Walk, a community cultural festival that showcases the works of local artists. Who knows—maybe you’ll find something suitable for your new Laguna Niguel home.

Browse the website to view your residential options in Laguna Niguel, as well as San Clemente, and Dana Point. For inquiries, call 949-939-5622 or email us at matwjust(at)gmail(dotted)com.

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