Coastal fire: What homes are worth in Laguna Niguel hills where 20 homes burned

The Coastal fire has burned at least 20 homes since it swept across Aliso Woods Canyon into Laguna Niguel on Wednesday, fire officials said.

The fast-moving brush fire prompted the evacuation of area homes and a luxury resort and golf course.

As of 9 p.m., the fire had grown to 200 acres in windy and dry conditions. Another 100 homes were potentially in the fire’s path, according to authorities.

A temporary shelter was set up at Crown Valley Community Center on Crown Valley Parkway.

Here’s a look at the fire’s location.

According to Zillow estimates, homes in the Laguna Niguel neighborhood are worth $2.6 million to $10 million. A 10,000-square-foot estate on Vista Court listed for $9.9 million appeared to burn in footage shot by television new crews in helicopters. (See red dot on the map below.)


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