The neighborhood of Altisse in Aliso Viejo, California is a small coastal complex of condominiums. This community is highly desirable for the coastal ambiance and amenities.
Altisse, built by Barratt, is comprised of 222 condos in a community that is considered to be very well-maintained and private. Residents here enjoy the feeling of owning their own houses but with the benefits of living in a townhome. Many units have vaulted ceilings, large backyards, and two-car garages. There are five floor plans. The smallest has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,065 square feet. The largest, Firecrest, has two and a half bedrooms, three baths, and 1,713 square feet of living space.
This subdivision offers two swimming pools and a spa. Street names include Via Athena, Via Abruzzi, Via Calabria, Cedarbrook, Via Bacchus, Da Vinci, and Via Falerno. Altisse is served by the Capistrano Unified School District which offers highly ranked facilities such as Oak Grove Elementary School, Aliso Viejo Middle School, and Aliso Niguel High School. The city also has private schools like VanDamme Academy, St. Mary’s, and Aliso Viejo Christian School. This is also the home of Soka University of America.
Altisse is within minutes of the Town Center which offers a large variety of retail, restaurants, and services. The center features stores like Barnes & Noble, Kokamo Kreations, Pep Boys, Petsmart, Pier 1 Imports, and Planet Design. It also has restaurants like Panda Panda, Little Caesar’s Pizza, and Kelly’s Coffee & Fudge Factory.
This community is also close to the Aliso Viejo Golf Country Club which features a private Jack Nicklaus golf course. Also nearby is the Premier Aquatic Center which offers training for lifeguarding, CPR/AED, and first aid.
The City of Aliso Viejo is popular for its location close to the beaches as well as clean air and low crime. Homes here were built in the early 1990’s and there are many houses and condo subdivisions among the rolling hills.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
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