Mission Viejo History
As an Experienced Real Estate Agent that has lived and worked in the city for 25 years, I know that Mission Viejo History plays an important role in the value of the land and desirability of the community.
As stated in this two part video collection, Mission Viejo: A Living Legacy, we learn that Donald Bren, a well-known builder in South Orange County, was instrumental in the development of pristine “Raw Land”. He formed the Mission Viejo Company in 1963.
Creating A City
In the beginning of Mission Viejo History, the undeveloped rolling hillsides were feeding grounds for cattle and deer. However, eventually became premium view lots for new home buyers in South Orange County. (Check Out Orange County History)
As Mission Viejo History progressed, the goal was to create a balanced community featuring homes at all price ranges. The plan also included schools, churches, parks, shopping centers, open spaces and recreational amenities. Mission Viejo was destined to become The First Master-Planned Community in Orange County, California.
The Mission Viejo Community Website offers a brief summary of the city history and a visit to the Mission Viejo Library will give access to photos, newspaper articles and an abundance of historically detailed documentation regarding Mission Viejo History.
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