Rolling coastal-close hillsides

Aliso Viejo

Originally part of Juan Avila's Mexican land grant in 1842, then becoming part of the 22,000-acre Moulton Ranch in the 1890's, and passing into the Mission Viejo Company's hands in 1976, Aliso Viejo finally became Orange County’s 34th city with its incorporation in 2001.


Continually ranked one of the safest cities in the nation, Aliso Viejo is draped over coastal hillsides & valley terrain and has picturesque views of the Santa Ana mountains, streams, parks and city lights that stretch across the South OC basin.


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Aliso Viejo Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $628K
Lowest Price $1.5K
Highest Price $2.2M
Total Listings 116
Avg. Days On Market 37
Avg. Price/SQFT $394

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The City's name means "old sycamore", which can be found along the trails and in the coastal valleys. Multiple trailheads located throughout the city afford access to the Orange County trail system that leads off in every direction to world class mountain biking terrain.

The City continues to be ranked among the best places in the nation to live, mirroring the City's tagline: "Live Life Inspired."


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Aliso Viejo Living

  • Aliso Viejo is located south of Irvine in the coastal foothills just behind Laguna Beach.
  • With over 90 (!) different tracts in the city, Aliso Viejo has a ton of housing options for residents.
  • Aliso Viejo has a wonderful biking & hiking trail system, public parks with sprawling grassy fields, sports courts, and picnic benches.
  • The coastal-close location keeps it temperate year-round and the outdoor amenities are excellent.

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