The community of Tivoli was named after a charming Italian town with beautiful gardens and picturesque hills. Tivoli is built into a hillside and reflects an old world village. These luxury homes have spectacular views of the canyon, and are close to many modern services.
Tivoli was built by Pacific Gateway and features 67 tri-level townhomes. Residents enjoy arched windows, recessed lighting, and high ceilings as well as wraparound patios. Each home has an attached two-car garage and two bedrooms. The smallest, the Sienna, has 1,792 square feet while the largest, the Indigo, has 2,043 square feet. Residents have access to a resort style pool and spa. Streets that make up this tract include Camillo, Amalfi, Giovanni, Sabatini, Tivoli, and Palatine.
Besides several excellent private schools in Aliso Viejo there are also award winning public facilities like Canyon Vista Elementary School, Don Juan Avila Middle School, and Aliso Niguel High School. This city is the home of Soka University of America which offers a four-year liberal arts program.
Tivoli is located on the edge of Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park which is a wildlife sanctuary. This San Joaquin Hills park is important to the environment as it protects about 3,879 acres of wilderness along the Aliso Creek. It features 30 miles of trails for walkers, bikers, and hikers. And the lower part of this park is adjacent to Aliso Beach and the Pacific Ocean. It was named for the water gap, Aliso Canyon.
Tivoli is close to the Aliso Viejo Town Center which features many merchants such as Barnes & Noble, Pier 1 Imports, Little Caesar’s Pizza, Taco Bell, and Romano’s Macaroni Grill. It also offers a multi screen movie theater. Golfers can become members of the Aliso Viejo Country Club to take advantage of the 18-hole championship course. And the local aquatic center is open year round for lifeguard training and lessons.
25631 Peter A. Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-3142
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