Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 16
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ctAM. rnun. f«l n. »M _ ' A c * · B r you active, mterestm You my select from eleven different sizes and styles of Laguna Hills Manors. Pictured below are just fire of the Manors. ·*,*· . America' most -#*^S^.^"*iSflrvf4' i . v j iM ^v^m^H Li;_-~»^i.*V » X 4, · i!T^^^* The San Sebastian Manor Its Madrid Manor I beautiful! new community opens in! Laguna People at Leisure World are active 1 Golf »nd Tennis are only two of the dozens of healthful and fen recreational pastimes planned for Laguna Hill:. Tennis is just cne_ of the active sports Leisure World residents enjoy Golfers at leisure World will play on the beautiful 18 hole course already under construction First'Of the $125,000 Olympic tired twimming pools is already completed. The future 12 million dollar Hospital and Medical Center Nearly 11,000 active, fnterestin? people over 52 are already enjoying their new tray of life at the fiti Leisure World in Seal Beach, California. Now, the second independent Leisure World treated by F.oss ». Cortess --the $375,000,000 community in Laguna Hffls--opens its doors. _ Leisure World, Laguna Hills is a. planned community cf several independent mutual housing corporations. . _ . . . ,, · This elegant new Leisure Worfd is nestled on 2,465 acres cf rolhn? hills · fronting on the Santa Ana Freeway, with world-famous Laguna Beach ' a mere ten-minutes driving time away. Plans for the fo75,000,000 city are: (1.) 18,000 SHARE-OWNERSHIP MANORS Eleven different styles, each one custom designed by Rossmoor Corporation's own staff of architects. One and two-bedroom style?, some with two baths. Livic? area! Up to 1100 sqpare feet cf charm. (2.) 7 COUNTRY-CLUB HOUSES In all, the luxurious country club houses offer every conceivable recreational activity; Game rooms, Billiards, Cards, Ehuffleboard, Lawn Eowlinjr, Roque, Adult Education Classes, Sewing Rooms, Ceramics, Cooking Facilities, Woodworking Shops, Art Studios... One $750,000 clubhouse is already open. Another of this size and ' five ?300,000-J350,000 clubhouses will be built enly as the various · mutual corporations are told and occupied. (3.) A FULL-LENGTH 18-HOLE GOLF COURSE 5SOO yards of emerald;green--and already under construction! Completion date: Late summer, 196i. .' (4.) STABLE OF FINE RIDING HORSES ' and miles of ridin? trails winding through the picturesque Santa .'.. Ana mountains. (The stable is already nnder construction.) (5.) AN ISOO SEAT AUDITORIUM-THEATRE Perfect for show?, exhibits, lectures, little theatre. Construction is scheduled to begin in early I%5. (6.) TWO $125,000 SWIMMING POOLS One is already built, ready for your inspection. The second pool will be completed only as the various mutual corporations are sold and occupied. (7.) A $12,000,000 HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER - .. This ultra-modern facility wiU be one of the finest of its kind ia Southern California. An nKimate 256 beds, 500 full-time specialists ' and technicians. Among them, assuming that all the share-owner- thip manors are sold will be: 162 registered nurses, 61 doctors. Medical center construction will begin April 1 --Hospital construction July 1. The first 123 beds will be completed ia 1565. Until hospital facilities are available at the Leisure World Hospital, residents will have EOft cf any authorized hospitalizatioa paid for at Hoag Me morial in Newport. (8.) A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR SHOPPING CENTER COVERING J20 ACRES ' Eight leases in all have been signed to dale. Construction starts March 1,1061. (9.) A 51,000,000 INN AND RESTAURANT Construction starts March 15, Completion date: 1561. (10.) FOUR ACRES WHERE "GREEN THUMB* RESIDENTS... · may raise their own vegetables and flowers or just putter tronnj in their very own garden. A complete hothouse included, too I (II.) CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS COURTS These are planned to be built as soon as the Leisure World population warrants. (12.) INFRA-COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION Custom-created transportation wiil make regularly scheduled trips past residents' manors, ta and from all the community'* fan and facilities. The first cf tight tram-busses will be in operation the day the first residents move in. Additional equipment win be added as th» various mntuals are sold and occupied. Completion of all community facilities and services is, cf course, · · dependent upon sale of.all 18,000 share-ownership manors. ; The luxury manors will rarge in price from 511,035.00 to ? 1 6,455.00. After a minimum down payment of approximately ? 1,4 00.00, the initial average monthly payment will be approximately ? 165.00, which includes: Principal Taxes Interest Insurance Complete exterior maintenance of lawns, gardens, trees, sidewalks and streets. Intra-community transportation system. SO^i of the cost of all calls to the doctor's offices. (No physical examination is required before you purchase.) * SOTS cf the cost cf all in-home nurse calls.* SOTi of the cost of all hospitalization at the community's own hospital.* EOfi of the cost cf all prescription drugs.* All-electric G.E. kitchen, (General Electric even, range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, Delta sink faucet). Protection cf 24-hour security attendants guarding the main gate in this newest "Walled Community." The gates to this ?375,000,000 planned paradise are cpea now ! They are opening a glorious new way cf Kf e for YOU! Why not see what exciting years lay ahead for roa ...today? THESE BEAUTIFUL MANORS waiting for your selection today One bedroom Manors- Basic Price: $11,093-$11,495. Total down payment: $1,187-51^43. Included in this down payment is from ?335 to $347 for your share of stock in the mutual corporation. Initial monthly payment: $145-? 117.50. Two bedroom Manors- Basic Price: $13,795-516,493. Total down payment: $1,360-51,533. Included in this down payment is |416-$497 for your share of stock in the mutual corporation. Initial monthly payment : $165-5185. F.H.A. insured loans at 5\^% interest The Casablanca. View Manor Almost 11,000 people are enjoying this wonderful new way of life at the Firtt Leisure World. A few choice apartments still available! For complete details see or caH: Paul Myers Leisure World--Seal Beach Garden Grove at Los Alamitos Blvds. GEneva 1-1317 The Cordoba Manor i ·Ttest Itztitt apply to yrMru««/ n*£c»3 eaz£tc.t afUr rlt jncttii. Dsriif Vat lix j=otth« iriitiif I*riod, rt»!«U rxb rrt-f juticj cenittioia ti»t reqoir* sadicu atttstioa ^nH reetirt it. Bat ti*r ·rin I* rep£rtd to fxj tot rach umct taisg tin tar*. EciidcLti nqmriac neCc»l temet ariiiar from coa-pr*- exirtii f eot£tioEi rcctrrt fall Urtlti f JOT tie d»y ti«y tctcjj. SANTA KU Ar^tiir GOLD UEDAUJO.V ALL-EIXC7EIC COMMUNITY HOW TO GET THERE: clcctM frca KiLtjioi, osc Inr frsa iTstom Los Aiftlej ei Sui IHf jo, »ad Jsrt 19 xuastci 7rcn LJL-- Ul« £tr.U Ara Tnmj to H Two EotJ-tOT i- fit. --- Mail this coupon today.-----------i , " I '·" Witliam G. Brangham t -^ President, New Horizons, Inc. | .";. Leisure V/orld--Laguna Hills I .P.O. Box 923 [ -" Laguna Beach, Carifomia | Please send rr,e information on the $375,000,000 Laguna | ·_'. Hills, without cWigatior-, of xourse. NAME ADDRESS CITY TEI Sia r»jo -- t*lc tit Siat* Aca Frteir»y (VS. 161) ta El Tcr» Eo«4- I From Lizv£* «xJ SnOi Eticli Cities -- t»le Ftd£e Coirt K i Tt-rt« solft to El Ton Roal-tirarijit. ill irn cf stock afcti ken lor u'« n c£J«t t) t scffinr e Kt lo out! IQ% cf Cti raotml rtceimd · ust es tscaan of pi u r i fricl tterrjf. IxWtj a fcwa piyr.ent b U3SH37 to J iri cf t!at MA t^c?.cf nitk oeoitot ri Cii cecofixj tjritr.trt ntCn P» 1' ctf^* jxr ;^jrW r.ent Plcn «nd d«sijn» trjirf-.til If tifita tr.» FanJvkA. .** V 1 tl loumor Frxtm tx-^pj. Already completed--this JS50.000 club house with 31,000 zquare feet cf play area. AMERICA'S 1375,000,000 NEW WAY OF LIFE

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