Glenmere is a single family home community in the south bend region of Coto de Caza, California. Residents here enjoy large estates, and spectacular views.
Glenmere is comprised of 90 homes that were built by Toll Brothers. The homes feature four to six bedrooms, and between 3,732 and 4,304 square feet of living space. Glenmere residents have access to many excellent educational facilities that are provided by the Capistrano Unified School District. Students may attend Wagon Wheel Elementary School, Las Flores Middle School, and Tesoro High School. There are also several private schools such as the Serra Catholic Schools and Episcopal School. Saddleback College is only five and a half miles from the city center.
Nearby is the Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club which offers two Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf courses. Members also have access to ten racquet courts, a 44,000 square-foot clubhouse, and the aquatic center. There are many parks and wilderness trails in Coto de Caza and nearby recreational areas include Pajero Park, Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park, and the Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park which offers 8,000 acres of open land and trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Shopping is close by at The Shops at Mission Viejo and residents are within minutes of merchants in neighboring towns.
Coto de Caza is Spanish for “game preserve” and is a gated census-designated place (CDP). It is comprised of 4,000 homes and is considered to be one of the more expensive planned communities in Orange County. Coto de Caza hosted portions of the modern pentathlon events for the 1984 Summer Olympics. Notable residents include skier Bode Miller, tennis player Michael Change, NFL player Jim Everett, gymnast Peter Vidmar, and members of Linkin Park.
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