Perched high on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean with views of the Dana Point Harbor in the distance, in the historic, small town of San Juan Capistrano, Pacifica San Juan offers a new high end neighborhood with about 8 tracts.
Irvine developer SunCal debuted Pacifica San Juan's first homes in 2006. The project soon stalled with the collapse of investment bank Lehman Bros. Only 98 of the over 416 planned homes were built, and the development had stood as a reminder of the financial crisis that turned housing projects into ghost towns across Southern California.
Today, expansive million-dollar homes sit on well-kept streets. The Pacific Ocean can be seen in the distance. And Taylor Morrison Home Corp., along with two partners, scooped up nearly 200 acres and 318 home sites at Pacifica San Juan, and recently opened the new models to the public starting in the low $1M.
So what's the scoop on this beautiful new neighborhood?
- How many homes will be built?
There will be a total of 416 homes, with an estimated completion of 2021.
- What's the base property tax?
1.04%, There will be individual CFDs based on square footage.
- Where can guests park?
Anywhere on surrounding streets unless indicated otherwise.
The Capistrano Unified School District serves the area.
- Is there an HOA?
Yes, and it will range from $201-$489. The range will be based on the community's construction progress.
Common area landscape, Splashes Recreational Center with Pool and Spa, BBQ's, Dining Areas and Cabanas, 1.25 miles of equestrian trails, a recreational vehicle parking lot and six community gates.
Is there any resales from previous owners?
Yes, and the ones listed on the MLS can be found here:
--Information obtained by builder and not guaranteed.