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Lake Forest Shores is a condo community in the southern region of Lake Forest, California. Many homes here have panoramic views of the lake.
Lake Forest Shores was built by S&S Homes and has 86 units. There are several floor plans including the Corsair which offers 940 square feet, one bedroom, and one bathroom. The Moonraker features 928 square feet, three bedrooms, and three baths. All homes in this community have a one-car garage.
The Saddleback Unified School District offers Santiago Elementary School as well as highly ranked Serrano Intermediate School and Toro High School which is rated as one of Southern California’s best facilities. There are also several private schools like Abiding Savior Lutheran School, Escalade Academy, Lake Forest Montessori School, and Arbor Christian School. There are many colleges and universities within an hour’s drives in cities like Irvine.
This community is a great place for walking, biking, and hiking. It overlooks the Beach & Tennis Club, otherwise known as Lake I. There are many parks in this region like Mountain View Park and Village Pond Park. For golf enthusiasts the Lake Forest Golf Club offers a 9-hole executive par 29 course for beginners and experts. Highway access is close by as well as shopping and entertainment.
The city of Lake Forest began home construction in the mid 1960s and today offers a variety of condos, move-up estates, and detached single family homes. It was once known as El Toro and gets its current name from its two man-made lakes.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
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