Laguna Hills, California 

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Nice place to live, but expensive & heavy traffic - 10/27/2017
We have lived in Orange County since the 70’s and moved to Laguna Hills in 1999. Since then our 1800 square foot house purchased for $300K has appreciated to over $700K. We have upgraded it, but it still has a small kitchen and a very small yard, as do most homes in this price range in Southern California.

The good things about this area are the weather, many things to do, and proximity to the ocean (we are about a 15-minute drive from the ocean). There are many places to eat or buy take-out. You can spend anywhere from $5 for an In n Out Burger and drink to $100+ for a great seafood or steak dinner. There are many churches, shopping malls, and movie theaters. You will find a lot of people wherever you go.

Our housing tract has an ethnically diverse group of residents, and we are friendly with most people on our block. Our HOA is poorly run and inconsistent; we have been in mediation with them, which was expensive and made us targets. Most people in CA are Read More

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Nice place to live, but expensive & heavy traffic - 10/27/2017
We have lived in Orange County since the 70’s and moved to Laguna Hills in 1999. Since then our 1800 square foot house purchased for $300K has appreciated to over $700K. We have upgraded it, but it still has a small kitchen and a very small yard, as do most homes in this price range in Southern California.

The good things about this area are the weather, many things to do, and proximity to the ocean (we are about a 15-minute drive from the ocean). There are many places to eat or buy take-out. You can spend anywhere from $5 for an In n Out Burger and drink to $100+ for a great seafood or steak dinner. There are many churches, shopping malls, and movie theaters. You will find a lot of people wherever you go.

Our housing tract has an ethnically diverse group of residents, and we are friendly with most people on our block. Our HOA is poorly run and inconsistent; we have been in mediation with them, which was expensive and made us targets. Most people in CA are Read More

Been here 17 years, good place to live - 12/20/2011
I have been a resident of Laguna Hills since 1994. When I moved here it was actually less expensive than the Long Beach area where I was living. Now it is more expensive as south Orange County in general is a nice place to live.

The good: Weather, the economy, low crime, good roads/infrastructure. Close to the ocean and while not as cool in the summer as the beach, it is cooler in LH than where I work which is only 8 more miles inland. Great area if you like to bicycle. Most major roads have bike lanes, the Alsio Creek paved bike trail runs through town, and Woods Canyon open space is nearby for mountain biking and hiking. Even though it is a fairly conservative area, it is still California so being gay or other alternative lifestyle doesn't mean you are an outcast. Overall it's a planned and now somewhat aging (homes built in 1980's and forward)suburbia, maybe a little cookie cutter, but the city overall seems to take pride and keep up with landscaping on the roads and Read More

Excellent Moderate Climate and Proximity to Beach - 8/24/2011
Laguna Hills is located in South Orange County (between Los Angeles and San Diego) and has wonderful sunny weather year-round. It is a family community with access to parks, walking/hiking trails as well as biking trails. It is a 20 minute drive to local beaches,and not too far from other area attractions like Disneyland, Hollywood Studios, etc. Read More

Climate in Laguna Hills - 5/29/2009
Couldn't be much better. Not too warm during the day, and cool Read More

A nice, laid back place... - 10/15/2007
Laguna Hills is a really chill place to live.
It seems to be right in the middle of everything. There is plenty to do. Close to nice beaches. Many nice shopping centers around. Generally safe city. Its a really homey, not too crazy city, but not boring at all.
Great place to Read More


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