Coto de Caza

Coto de Caza was originally formed as a hunting lodge and counted many of Hollywood’s elite as its members. The name comes from Portugese and is loosely translated as “pursuit of the hunt”. During the 1970’s, a division of Macco and The Great SouthWest Company, began to pursue residential development. The first homes were built in the Northern part of the community in the developments known as The Village and The Los Ranchos Estates. The Coto Valley Country Club was a focal point of Coto de Caza and renowned tennis coach Vic Braden operated his academy at the facility. During the 1984 Summer Olympics, the modern pentathlon was held at the Coto de Caza Equestrian Center, and England’s Princess Ann attended the events. The Coto de Caza Golf and Racquet Club opened the 7162 yard North Course in 1987 which was followed by the South Course eight years later. Both of the courses were designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones. The facility has been expanded to include ten tennis courts, three pools and a world class 13,000 square foot fitness facility. The focal point of the community moved South and development and home construction followed. Many of the homes were built to take advantage of the golf course views while others were situated along the hillsides. Coto de Caza is now both a golf and equestrian community that covers approximately eight square miles and is over seven miles long. According to the most recent census, the community boasts in excess of 13,000 residents in over 4,000 homes. Half of the area is designated as open space which is part of the allure to those coming from less populous areas of the country.


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