Coto de Caza, Estate of the Day
Tonight is the season finale - possibly the series finale - of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Orange County, a show set in the heart of Orange County, California, in a development called Coto de Caza. Since the show is ending, it's only fitting that our estate of the day is from the area. Coto de Caza is a large development with approximately 4,200 homes. It has a private golf club, with a course that has been rated one of the best in the country, a tennis club, an equestrian center and a nearly 500 acre wildlife park. Homes start around $500,000 and go up to multi-million dollar estates. This Tudor-style equestrian estate is one of the multi-million dollar homes.
Built in 1982, this 2-story, 9,000-sq.ft home has 6 bedrooms, including two master suites, and 6 baths. It has cathedral-vaulted ceilings, multiple fireplaces, a wood-paneled library, a game room with a full wet bar and a media room, in addition to a state of the art kitchen, family rooms, dining room and breakfast bar. It is situated on more than 7 acres of beautiful scenery that includes fenced pastures and equestrian facilities, an orchard, a stone bridge and a gazebo. There is also a pool and spa with a rock waterfall, as well as a lighted tennis court and spectacular views of the valley. The estate also has its own gated driveway with a 10 car garage/motor court. The list price is $11,900,000.
An aerial view of the property, with the tennis court on the right, next to the house.