Andalusia is a large community nestled right on the shores of Lake Mission Viejo. As one of the first communities built on the shore, Andalusia is a long-time favorite for anyone wanting natural scenic views in the heart of the city. The neighborhood has a population of 1,400 residents and an average elevation of 240 ft.
The Andalusia community is in close proximity to several public and private high schools, including Castille Elementary, Newhart Middle School, Capistrano Valley High School, and Santa Margarita Catholic High School. Visitors to the area can dine at numerous local hot spots, like Sabatino’s Italian Bistro or Bagels & Brew. If you’re looking for even more selection, Mission Viejo offers hundreds of locally owned restaurants, bars, and shopping centers.
On top of living next to the water, residents of the Andalusia community are also surrounded by plenty of green space, including the Florence Joyner Olympiad Park and Applegate Park located right across the street. The Tijeras Creek Golf Club, Jeronimo Open Space, and Lake Mission Viejo Park are also just a short distance away with hiking trails and scenic views. Finally, if you’re looking for a weekend getaway or day trip with friends, Andalusia is only a short drive from Santiago Peak, Laguna Beach, and several state and regional parks
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