Aegean Heights Homeowners Association is managed by TSG Independent Property Management, Inc. (hereafter shortened to TSG), located at the following address:
Aegean Heights Homeowners Association
c/o TSG Independent Property Management, Inc.
27129 Calle Arroyo, Suite 1802
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Representing TSG in the day-to-day management of the community and representing the Association in matters of compliance and enforcement is Mr. George Gustave.
The TSG website provides other valuable property management information including individual account status, the Request for Architectural Approval form, and the form for establishing payment of Homeowners Association dues by automatic bank debit.
Aegean Heights is a mature planned unit development with 117 detached single-family patio homes and 149 townhomes for a total of 266 units built on 60 acres, including streets and common areas, in beautiful master-planned Mission Viejo, California. Aegean Heights is divided into four tracts (8071, 9780, 8532, and 7799) and sits on parcels in sections 35 and 36 of Township 6 South, Range 8 West, San Bernardino Meridian (SBM) in the County of Orange. Private streets, elevations, tall trees, and common area landscaping characterize the development. Well-maintained community facilities include a two-story clubhouse, a 25-meter swimming pool, a child wading pool, and two lighted tennis courts. Seven townhome models (2 one-story and 5 two-story designs) and eleven patio home models (2 one-story and 9 two-story designs) represent the variety of floor plans. Aegean Heights is bordered by Muirlands Boulevard on the West, Del Cerro Elementary School and Bart Spendlove Park on the North, SoCal Edison and the Burlington Northern Southern Pacific / Amtrak railway easements on the East, and Pheasant Hill housing tract and Shepherd of the Hills Methodist Church on the South. Three public streets serve as main arteries, Olympus Drive, Appian Way, and the Daphne West/East loop with Olympus Drive serving as the primary community access. Townhomes are served by ten private streets and cul-de-sacs.
Some prospective buyers in Aegean Heights may need either an FHA or a VA certification if securing a loan through one of those agencies. The FHA has criteria which the community must satisfy for a certificate whereas the VA defers to the lender to verify that both the title and lien regulatory requirements are met.
The photos below were captured on 17 Oct 2020.
Beginning in 1971, Alscot Development Company, Inc. a partnership headquartered in Irvine and under the management of principals A. L. Leyva, Syd Carnine, and Stanley Solomon purchased 20.6 acres and commissioned the survey of what became Tract 8071. With the survey complete in 1972 and site preparation underway, home construction began in 1973 under the title of Greenville Development Company LLC.1 Alscot purchased additional adjoining land in 1975 and 1977 which was surveyed into tracts 9780, 8532, and 7799. Under agreement with Alscot, Syd Carnine formed an associate company titled Syd Carnine Inc. in 1976 and continued building both single-family and townhomes until all tracts were built out in 1979. Designed at inception as a planned unit development (common interest), Articles of Incorporation creating Aegean Heights Homeowners Association, a non-profit corporation by law, were filed with the State in 1973.2 A Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) was filed with the County of Orange in 1974. From 1973-1991, Aegean Heights remained a development within the surrounding unincorporated community of Aegean Hills. In 1992, Aegean Hills including Aegean Heights was annexed by the City of Mission Viejo. Along with the benefit of some additional City services, regulatory matters not addressed in the CC&Rs became subject to the City Code of Ordinances.
1 Alscot Development Corporation Inc. formed Greenville Development Company LLC in 1972 as recorded on the original Tract Map dated August 1972.
2 As a planned unit development, a category of common-interest developments, governance is regulated under California Civil Code Division 4, Part 5 Chapters 1 through 11 as amended effective 1 January 2014 (commonly referred to as the Davis-Sterling Common Interest Development Act). Common interest developments are regulated under Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs).