Ladera Ranch is a community in Orange County, California 92694.
The planned community of Ladera Ranch spans 4,000 acres and is built on portions of the Rancho Mission Viejo Cattle Ranch, which was the largest remaining working cattle ranch in Orange County. Construction began in 1999 along Antonio Parkway and Crown Valley Parkway, adjacent to Rancho Santa Margarita, Mission Viejo and San Juan Capistrano in the foothills of the Orange County Saddleback.
Ladera Ranch is divided into nine communities and within each community, individual developers developed their own neighborhoods. There are ten or more neighborhoods per community and the communities (also known as villages) include Avendale Village, Bridgepark, Covenant Hills, Echo Ridge Village, Flintridge Village, Oak Knoll Village, Terramor Village, The Township District and Wycliffe Village.
Newer communities include:
- Avendale Village
- Bridgepark District
- Covenant Hills
- Echo Ridge Village
- Flintridge Village
- Oak Knoll Village
- Terramor Village
- The Township District
- Wycliffe District
Covenant Hills is the only gated community in Ladera Ranch, which is closed to the general public. Five of the nine neighborhoods have clubhouses that are themed on a particular architectural style. There are 18 community parks, six smaller pools, playgrounds, open areas, a private water park and skate park, a dog park, a district shopping center and miles of hiking trails that connect to Doheny Beach.
Floor plans are available upon request.