Residents love the immaculate landscaping, and curb appeal of the Deane community in the central region of Mission Viejo, California.
The Deane subdivision was built in the mid and late 1960s by the Deane Brothers. Today it is still popular with its 732 detached homes. There are seven floor plans that range from 1,500 to 2,300 square feet of living space.. There are a variety of single, double, and three level homes.
Several private school options are available with facilities like Sunflower Montessori, Carden Academy, Al Ridah Academy, and Cornerstone Community School. The Saddleback Unified School District maintains public education with highly ranked facilities like De Portola Elementary School, La Paz Intermediate School, and Mission Viejo High School. This is also the home of Saddleback College and many other colleges are within an hour’s drive away.
Mission Viejo has three golf courses as well as many parks. Deane is close to Marguerite M. O’Neill Park, Linda Vista Park, and the Oso Viejo Community Park. The Mission Viejo Youth Athletic Park hosts many local leagues with its five soccer fields and eight baseball fields. Residents also have access to the private beaches and activities of Lake Mission Viejo. There is plenty of shopping to be done at Kaleidoscope Courtyards and The Shops at Mission Viejo where visitors will find many restaurants, stores, and services as well as entertainment.
The City of Mission Viejo is considered to be one of the nation’s largest master-planned communities. Recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation it offers a picturesque setting with its tree-lined streets. It was named because of a Spanish land grant and is made up of mostly residential areas.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org