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55 apartments for rent in Mission Viejo, CA

Last updated December 7 at 12:27PM
Vista Del Lago
21622 Marguerite Pkwy
Updated December 6 at 11:07PM
1 Bed
$1,655
2 Bed
$1,830
Camden Crown Valley
26891 La Alameda
Updated December 7 at 4:07AM
1 Bed
$1,729
2 Bed
$1,979
Los Alisos at Mission Viejo
28601 Los Alisos Blvd
Updated December 7 at 12:27PM
Studio
$1,722
1 Bed
$1,735
2 Bed
$2,426
Eaves Mission Viejo
24950 Via Florecer
Updated December 7 at 4:04AM
1 Bed
$1,655
2 Bed
$1,885
26036 Camino Adelanto
Mission Viejo
Updated November 23 at 12:27PM
3 Bed
$3,200
23592 Villena
Mission Viejo
Updated December 7 at 11:52AM
2 Bed
$2,500
26701 El Mar Drive
Mission Viejo
Updated December 7 at 11:53AM
3 Bed
$3,100
26532 Mikanos Drive
Mission Viejo
Updated November 17 at 8:25PM
4 Bed
$3,850
27531 BOCINA
Mission Viejo
Updated October 30 at 4:11AM
4 Bed
$3,000
26511 Via Marina
Mission Viejo
Updated October 19 at 4:09AM
4 Bed
$3,775
27876 Finisterra
Mission Viejo
Updated November 3 at 5:37AM
2 Bed
$2,750
27495 Abanico
Mission Viejo
Updated November 29 at 12:40PM
4 Bed
$3,450
27411 Via Olmo
Mission Viejo
Updated December 7 at 5:39AM
3 Bed
$2,800
23062 Via Pimiento
Mission Viejo
Updated December 3 at 4:45AM
2 Bed
$1,800
27806 Paguera
Mission Viejo
Updated December 7 at 5:38AM
2 Bed
$4,500
27787 Zircon
Mission Viejo
Updated December 1 at 9:50PM
1 Bed
$1,700
21502 Canaria
Mission Viejo
Updated December 4 at 7:25PM
3 Bed
$2,950
22522 Campos
Mission Viejo
Updated December 7 at 5:37AM
2 Bed
$2,900
26341 Ambia
Mission Viejo
Updated December 3 at 4:45AM
4 Bed
$5,600
22751 Via Santa Maria
Mission Viejo
Updated November 24 at 12:51PM
4 Bed
$3,000
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City Guide
Mission Viejo
By ‘Old’, they meant ‘New’.

Some amazing things happen accidentally, like penicillin and cheese whiz, but Mission Viejo, California (‘Old Mission’ in Spanish) is not one of them. This Orange County city of 94,000 owes its masterful city planning and uniform Spanish architecture to their, er, city father --by which we mean developer--Donald Bren. Back in the historic old days of 1960, Bren decided to develop the “undevelopable” ranch land into a precisely and minutely planned community. Residents are consistently in a delirious haze of happiness so we’re taking that as a sizable indicator as to the quality of life here in the not-so-old Old Mission.

Are we a neighborhood yet?

As is common in Southern California, the term “neighborhood” is used loosely and typically, it more accurately means “sub-division”. When sub-divisions get large enough they become communities and after they have at least four Jamba Juices, they incorporate into a city, so the entire area enjoys a pretty fluid identity between what is a neighborhood and what is an adjacent city. The historic districts in Mission Viejo sadly only imply that the houses may be as old as 1970. Development gets newer moving south and if you simply can’t bear the thought of a home built before last week, the adjacent city of Ladera Ranch is currently attempting to outdo Mission Viejo in the new-and-shiny category.

Though much of Mission Viejo consists of single-family homes, apartment complexes are widely available and largely concentrated along Marguerite Parkway that runs through the city. Typical of this region in California, most complexes are new, Spanish-styled and come with resort amenities like gyms, pools, tennis courts and clubhouses. One-bedrooms don’t seem to fall lower than $1200 and 2BR options will start around $1400 with 3BR around $2300 (at which point you may be better off renting a house instead).

Traffic in southern California has a mostly well-deserved reputation as a nightmare for commuters. Home choices are often based at least in part on their projected commute times, so if you know you’ll be commuting – as most people do here – you should definitely take that into account and maybe invest in some books on tape or language learning cds. Public transit is also a growing option as there is a commuter rail that runs from Mission Viejo into LA, Riverside, Oceanside and San Bernadino daily. Locally, Mission Viejo does a great job of providing walking and biking trails and is in some parts quite walkable. The Orange County Transportation Authority operates a limited bus line for the local area, as well.

Reviews of the Vista Del Lago Apartments in Mission Viejo, California show that residents are thrilled with the private balconies / patios and indoor fireplaces.