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COTO DE CAZA
California, U.S.A.
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ORANGE COUNTY
Welcome to Coto de Caza, California.
Home to almost 15,000 people, Coto de Caza is a census-designated place and guard-gated private community in Orange County. The affluent community, which is the setting of the reality-based TV-show The Real Housewives of Orange County, features around 4,000 homes and is one of Orange County's oldest and most expensive master-planned communities. The development of Coto de Caza was initiated in 1968, with the idea of building a hunting lodge. The hunting lodge still exists today and is called Lodge a Coto de Caza. In 2003, the community was completed and available to buyers. While the majority of the community features tract housing with collections of custom-built homes, here are still undeveloped lots available for purchase. Catering to an exclusive crowd, there are two 18-hole golf courses and two clubhouses in Coto de Caza. One is considered the Old Club and the other the New Club. The New Club is called Coto De Caza Golf & Racquet Club, and houses the facilities of both golf courses and the ten adjacent tennis courts. Coto De Caza Golf & Raquet Club recently upgraded with a state-of-the-art Spa & Sports Club, which aside from a fully equipped fitness center features ritzy amenities like a snack bar with Starbuck's coffee and the Michael Chang Tennis Hall of Fame and Member Lounge. The Old Club is situated in the residential area referred to as The Village, which was home to tennis guru Vic Braden in the 1980s. Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed the golf courses in Coto de Caza, and the North golf course was rated most difficult course in all of Orange County. Try the notorious dog-leg right 1st Hole, and you'll understand why. Also home to the OC Polo Club, Coto de Caza features numerous perks, including the Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park. The park surrounds the community with oak groves, sycamores and two beautiful creeks, and is home to a mountain lions. Watch out, because the lions have been known to attach without warning! The park covers 500 acres offers hiking and biking trails and an educational nature center, where local schools and community groups can learn more about the park's biological diversity.
COTO DE CAZA
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