The community of Crooked Oak reflects the charming ambiance of Coto de Caza, California. These single-family residences offer security, privacy, and convenience.
Crooked Oak is made up of 33 estates built by John Laing Homes. They have four to five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,130 to 3,608 square feet of living space. Many of these homes are situated on a greenbelt border.
Crooked Oak is close to freeway access, and toll roads as well as the facilities of the Capistrano Unified School District which offers highly ranked Wagon Wheel Elementary School, Las Flores Middle School, and Tesoro High School. There are several private schools nearby such as the Serra Catholic Schools and St. John’s Episcopal School. Many colleges are in this region with Saddleback College only five and a half miles from the city center.
The outdoors enthusiast loves this neighborhood which is close to many parks, and wilderness trails. The Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park offers 544 acres of open space and paths for horseback riding, biking, and hiking. The Ronald W. Caspers Park is comprised of 8,000 acres of preserve and offers nature walks and camping. Residents of Crooked Oak are close to the Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club which is Orange County’s first 36-hole golf course. There are two Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf courses as well as ten racquet courts. Members have access to the pools at the aquatic center, and the 44,000 square-foot clubhouse.
Coto de Caza is a gated census-designated place (CDP) and is one of the more expensive communities in the county. It is featured in The Real Housewives of Orange County, a reality television show. And this community hosted portions of the modern pentathlon events for the 1984 Summer Olympics.
* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org