Tom Bashe is an associate broker at Coldwell Banker Residential, a full service Real Estate Brokerage specializing in Residential Real Estate Sales in Southern California. He began his career in real estate prior to graduating high school and was a licensed real estate agent before he received his high school diploma. In 2006, at the ripe old age of 21, Tom became one of the youngest Real Estate Brokers in the industry. In the 11 years since, his team has successfully sold hundreds of properties ranging in price from just over $50,000 to just under $5,000,000. He specializes in selling Single Family dwellings, condos, townhomes, multifamily dwellings, land and estates.
Residents of Andalusia in Coto De Caza, CA enjoy a recreational lifestyle. This 24-hour guard-gated neighborhood is close to the city’s golf and racquetball club as well as many wilderness trails.
Andalusia is comprised of townhouses which were built between 1994 and 1997. Living space ranges from 1,432 to 2,100 square feet and there are a variety of floor plans available to choose from. Amenities include picnic areas, parks, and dog parks. There are miles of hiking, biking, and horse trails in nearby Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park which has 544 acres of wilderness.
Most neighborhoods in this city are served by the Capistrano Unified School District which offer facilities like Wagon Wheel Elementary School, Las Flores Middle School, and Tesoro High School, all of which have the highest ratings. Private schools nearby include the Serra Catholic Schools and St. John’s Episcopal School. The closest college is Saddleback College which is five and a half miles from the city center.
Residents typically shop in Ladera Ranch, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, and Las Flores. Andalusia is within walking distance to the Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club which offers two Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf courses and is Orange County’s first 36-hole private country club. Members also enjoy the ten racquet courts, the 44,000 square-foot clubhouse, and the aquatic center.
The name Coto de Caza means “game preserve” in Spanish. Coto de Caza is a census-designated place (CDP) and is its own private community with gated security. It’s one of the most expensive planned neighborhoods in the county and is made up of around 4,000 homes. Most of the residents live in tract housing although there are some custom built homes on the outer edges of this town.
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