Mesa Verde is a multi-tract community in Costa Mesa, California offering quiet, peaceful neighborhoods and a close proximity to schools, stores, restaurants, golf courses, parks, and beaches.
Mesa Verde is known for its winding streets lined with mature trees. There are a mixture of condos, townhomes, and single family estates. The Mesa Verde Collection has 68 homes that were built in 200. You will find architecture that reflects a contemporary Southern California Style.
The Upper Birds subdivision has 304 homes which are some of the largest in Mesa Verde. This neighborhood is situated along the Costa Mesa Golf Course. The Iowa Street Townhomes were built in the early 1970s. There are 150 two-story homes with two bedrooms, one bath, and a one-car garage. Other developments include the Iowa Street Townhomes, The State Streets, The Island Streets, The Tree Streets, The Spice Streets, the Inner Loop, and the Balearic Park Area.
Costa Mesa offers quality education with two public high schools, Estancia High School and Costa Mesa High School. There are also two middle schools, and two alternative high schools. For parents who chose private schooling there are several facilities including Christian Montessori Academy, John Bunyan Academy, Mariners Christian School, and Montessori Harbor Mesa School. Higher education offers facilities such as Orange Coast College and Vanguard University.
Mesa Verde residents have easy access to freeways, and the John Wayne Airport. There are many shopping centers within minutes such as the SoHo Collection, Metro Point, and the South Coast Plaza. The Mesa Verde Center features merchants like Starbucks, CVS Pharmacy, Vons Supermarket, and Acapulco Restaurant. Costa Mesa has 26 parks and this community is close to Fairview Park, Tanager Park, Mesa Verde Park, and Estancia Park.
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