Neighborhood Of Bella Tierra


Condo Community of Bella Tierra in Laguna Hills

Gated Condo Community of Bella Tierra in Laguna Hills

Neighborhood Tour Of Bella Tierra


Bella Tierra is a neighborhood in Central Laguna Hills, California. Homes in Bella Tierra range in size from a 1 bedroom 1 bath with 720 square feet to a 2 bedroom, 2 bath with 1,100 square feet. Prices start in the low $300k range and go above $400k for the largest floorplan in good condition with a premium location. Feel free to call me at 949-354-4464 any time if your thinking of buying or selling form my expert opinion on price.

Community Layout

The condos in this community are all attached and share at least 1 wall and all units have another resident above or below. The buildings are 2 to 4 stories tall and have small balconies or patios. Premium condos have stunning views of the Sheep Hills Park and have minimal road noise. The most common type of parking in the community is the carport, unfortunately, there is no garage parking, and homes in Bella Tierra typically have one space but there is ample unassigned parking…

Common Areas

The Home Owners Association fee (HOA) of $350 in this community is paid monthly and there are several amenities including a pool, spa and clubhouse with a pool table for all those pool sharks out there! Residence of Bella Tierra also pay the Aliso Viejo Community Association about $97 quarterly but there is no Mello-Roos and taxes are low. For the quarterly payment to the 2nd HOA residence enjoy a public horse and mountain bike trail across the street from the community as well as maintenance and upkeep of Sheep Hills Park also open to the public right next to the neighborhood.

Shopping, Transportation, Schools, Community Centers, Hospitals and Parks

The community is close to great schools including the Laguna Hills High School and San Juaquin Elementary School. The Community Center and  Saddleback Hospital are walking distance away. There are several paths and trails leading to the park from this community that is the real beneficiary of the park because of proximity although it is a public park. It’s not far to the Irvine Spectrum, Laguna Beach, Aliso Viejo Town Center, Laguna Niguel Regional Park and major freeways.

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