The Glenwood community in Aliso Viejo, California is made up of three neighborhoods: Glenwood Park, Glenwood Village, and Glenwood Terrace. Residents here are only minutes from the beach as well as many stores, restaurants, schools, medical facilities, and recreation.
Amenities for these neighborhoods include swimming pools, spas, Jacuzzis, and tennis courts as well as the use of the Glenwood Village Recreation Center. This health club offers classes for yoga, kickboxing, and exercising. There are weights, a pool, sauna, and personal training available.
All three neighborhoods were built by the Mission Viejo Company. Glenwood Terrace has 185 single and double story detached homes. This subdivision features four floor plans that range from 1,375 to 1,939 square feet and two to three bedrooms. All homes have a two-car garage. Streets that run through this community include Lynoak, Spicewood, Briarglen, and Windflower.
Glenwood Park is made up of 268 condos that have three floor plans. Every home has two and a half bedrooms and a two-car garage. These units range from 1,171 to 1,367 square feet. Streets in this area include Big Pines, Meadowood, Rosewood, Silveroak, and Beechwood.
There are 187 condos in Glenwood Village which offers four floor plans. Living space ranges from 840 to 1,302 square feet. There are one to two and a half bedrooms and every unit has a one-car garage. Residential streets here include Glenoaks, Rainwood, Stoneglen, Summerwood, and Wildwood.
The Capistrano Unified Public School District offers excellent facilities for these communities including Oak Grove Elementary School, Aliso Viejo Middle School, and Aliso Niguel High School. This is also the home of Soka University, a four year liberal arts school.
There are many parks and trails throughout Aliso Viejo and the Town Center offers merchants like Barnes & Noble, Pier 1 Imports, Little Caesar’s Pizza, Taco Bell, and Romano’s Macaroni Grill. There is also a 20 Theater Cineplex.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
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