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City Walk at Vantis is a unique community in Aliso Viejo, California that lets residents work where they live. These spacious lofts are fantastic for the person who is self employed or telecommunicating.
These homes have 2,185 to 2,635 square feet of living space, and are designed for work and living. There are two to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and flexible living areas. Lease agreements for just the commercial space or both the commercial and living space are available. There are separate entrances to each.
Residents love how their productivity increases. When it’s time for a lunch break they don’t have to even use a car. The City Walk is adjacent to many restaurants, shops, and entertainment. The Aliso Viejo Town Center is also within walking distance as are many parks and walking trails. When it’s time to get in the car, there is easy access to the freeways and the beaches of Laguna and Dana Point beaches are within minutes.
Amenities at City Walk include a resort swimming pool with cabanas and a world class fitness center with personal TV monitors. There is also a lounge, conference room, game room, and entertainment room with a plasma TV. There are outdoor fireplaces, barbecues and a tot lot as well. Residents love the peaceful ambiance of the six Vantis gardens and many walking paths.
There are also plenty of opportunities for a fun social life with the Vantis Club where you can meet people and plan parties.
The Capistrano Unified Public School District offers many highly ranked public education facilities for this community like Don Juan Avila Middle School and Aliso Niguel High School. Parents can also choose to send their children to one of several private schools in the city. And for higher education, this is the home of Soka University, a private four year liberal arts college.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org