Coto de Caza is a beautiful guard-gated community on 5,000 acres of private land beside the Saddleback Mountains. With miles of preserved natural land, Coto de Caza is one of Orange County's most prestigious and desired communities, with two golf-courses, private clubhouses and full-service amenities.
Coto de Caza is a gate-guarded, suburban, master-planned community of more than 4,000 exclusive and high-end properties. Coto de Caza homes are some of the toniest in Orange County, and benefit from incredible community amenities.
For the golf enthusiast, Coto de Caza offers two Robert Trent Jones Jr. 18-hole golf courses, and the North course is rated the most difficult course in Orange County.
Coto de Caza also has two prestigious club houses. The "old club" was home to tennis guru Vic Braden and the Coto de Caza Youth Swim Team. The "new club" was built in April 2008 and features a state-of-the-art fitness center, aquatic center, full-service day spa, cafe and lounge, valet parking and 10 hard-surface tennis courts.
The land surrounding Coto de Caza is home to the Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park. This abundant wildlife and plant sanctuary has two creeks, majestic Sycamore trees and Oak groves and features trails for equestrian, hiking and biking use. An on-site nature center also provides education information for local groups. The park is maintained and paid for by Orange County Parks and administered by Park Rangers and maintenance staff. It is a popular and convenient amenity provided to Cota De Caza residents at no additional cost.
Coto de Caza has been home to a number of notable individuals and celebrities including Jim Everett, Linda Blair, Rod Carew, Peter Vidmar and Michael Chang. The community gained fame when it became the setting of Bravo’s popular reality-based television show "The Real Housewives of Orange County".
In addition to beautiful homes and estates, Coto de Caza still has undeveloped lots for individuals looking to build property in the area.