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The Irvine Business Complex is the perfect blend of work and play, dominated by high rise condos and valued by residents for the easy access to UCI, high tech employment and the world famous John Wayne Airport.
Located in East Irvine and consisting of many clustered neighborhoods such as the larger “Columbus Grove” (itself with five distinct neighborhoods) all which are reminiscent of the area’s farming heritage. A meandering trail will connect the neighborhoods to swimming pools, clubhouses and open greenbelts. Westpark residents can enjoy biking and walking along Peter’s Canyon Channel as well as many other trails, with convenient neighborhood accesses to a plethora of amenities. Irvine’s city hall, police station and expansive multi-purpose Bill Barber Community Park are found within Westpark.
El Camino Real attracts families from all over California to its beautiful homes and convenient location in the center of Irvine. As one of the original villages of Irvine, El Camino Real retains the lush landscaping, greenbelts, now towering trees and old town charm of the original Irvine town concept. Within the village of El Camino Real are the expansive Deerfield, Heritage Park, and The Ranch communities.
A new landmark hillside opportunity just minutes from Laguna Beach, Laguna Altura rises above a rare Laguna Canyon environment as a romantic village echoing the splendor of its natural setting. An exclusive, gated village – composed of just four intimate luxury neighborhoods – invites you to live a life of natural beauty, privacy and tranquility that is utterly unique to coastal real estate in Orange County. Each residence flaunts timeless architectural details, innovative design, environmentally sensitive features and inviting indoor-outdoor living spaces that embrace the serenity of the surrounding foothills.
Northpark offers an exciting lifestyle from condos to custom luxury Tuscany inspired homes-homes, Northpark communities have it all! Northpark Square is adjacent to Northpark and is a partially gated park community. Both neighborhoods contain homes of similar styles ranging from urban style townhomes, detached courtyard homes and single family residences as well as numerous parks and walking trails.
Like most of Irvine’s villages, Northwood, and its newer extension Northwood Point, are known for certain unique characteristics, the most prominent of which are the eucalyptus windrows that enclose neighborhoods and line main thoroughfares, and include many of the trees that were planted when the land was farmed, as crop protection against fierce Santa Ana Winds. Also characteristic of the village are views of the Santa Ana Mountains to the north and a preponderance of single-family dwellings often situated on lots larger than are found in Irvine’s newer villages. Click here to learn more about Northwood.
Oak Creek is a mixture of older (such as Orangetree) and newer (such as Ashford Place) Irvine neighborhoods, and retains elements of spaciousness and ageless charm as well as fresh, modern home designs and encompassing communities. Plenty of green space is offered with six parks and the large expanse of the Oak Creek Golf Club within this area’s borders. Irvine Valley Community College is within the Village of Oak Creek as well. Click here to learn more about Oak Creek.
Portola Springs is a great place for people who are active; this newer Irvine village is particularly designed to be kid friendly with wonderful parks around the area. The community is very close knit in design where you cannot help to to know your neighbors while still enjoying privacy.
With essentially limitless amenities outside your front doorstep coupled with the nation’s top schools, Quail Hill is the perfect setting whether you’re a first-time home buyer or looking for a larger home. There’s a residence for everyone with floor plans ranging from 822 square feet to 4,786 square feet. Nestled among rolling hills, Quail Hill is one of Irvine’s most prestigious communities featuring a luxurious and unparalleled lifestyle which combines tranquility, family, beauty and warmth.
As an extension of University Park, one of Irvine’s earliest villages, Rancho San Joaquin has uncharacteristically wide streets with a lot of well-developed areas and the mature trees will make you feel that you’re in another part of the country, not central Orange County. Rancho San Joaquin is the ideal village to find the quintessential warm Irvine condo or townhouse with close proximity to a golf course and vast Mason Park.
Another one of the original villages of Irvine as well as one of the most prestigious, Turtle Rock, has a lot to offer: large homes in twelve distinct and expansive neighborhoods, numerous parks, walking trails, nature preserves and hiking, etc. For example, you can easily walk from the south end of Turtle Rock Community Park to nationally recognized University High School on the north end. Click here to learn more about Turtle Rock.
Rising along the foothills of Bommer Canyon’s open space reserves is Turtle Ridge-A newer Irvine hillside village of luxury residential neighborhoods set atop Irvine’s soaring summit -Inspired by old world elegance and charm. Turtle Ridge offers a wide variety of homes within 13 distinct communities ranging from urban style townhouses, detached courtyard condominiums, luxury single family residences and apartments with some homes offering spectacular panoramic, city lights, sunset, and mountain views.
University Park is one of the very earliest villages developed in Irvine, with construction completed in the village before Irvine was even incorporated as a city. As an original blueprint village for the planned community of Irvine, University Park retains mature trees and landscaping, vast green belts and comparatively large lots within its 6 distinct communities, as well as all the charm of an older town. Click here to learn more about University Park.
In the University Town Center, you will find innovative attached townhomes, condominiums, and apartments for adults of all ages, from singles to senior citizens clustered in 3 intimate neighborhoods to put the land to its highest and best use. You will enjoy a pleasing blend of shops, services, offices, theatres, and schools within a beautifully landscaped pedestrian Promenade that is a community pathway which enables one to travel easily between the adjacent neighborhoods. In addition to the Promenade, additional paths provide opportunities for jogging, bike riding, strolling and other new innovative means of motoring within the community. This is one of the few neighborhoods in which a car is not necessarily an essential mode of transportation.
Woodbridge is bisected into two residential segments, called North Lake and South Lake, by a broad strip of retail, commercial and institutional development. Each half of Woodbridge has a lake at its center. The lakes are between three and six feet deep and each is crossed by a large wooden footbridge, owing the village its name. A four-lane circular loop road, Yale Loop, runs around the interior of Woodbridge, connecting all its housing blocks and major streets.Woodbridge, for the most part, is uniformly designed in a New England Cape Cod style. Click here to learn more about Woodbridge.
Woodbury and its more recent extension of Woodbury East have just about everything characteristic of a newer Irvine village. With parks liberally spread throughout 12 unique neighborhoods within the village (five of which comprise the extensive and unique Stonegate community), Woodbury offers modern homes and amenities including the popular Woodbury Village Center.
The village of West Irvine and its 16 small and distinct neighborhoods stand adjacent to Tustin Ranch on the other side of Jamboree Road, and the equally new development of Northpark Square on the other side of the 261 Toll Road. In addition to the distinctively Irvine blueprint of open spacing and parks, West Irvine boasts close proximity to the Irvine/Tustin Marketplace which in many ways represents a northern counterpart to the Irvine Spectrum as a retail, commercial and social center.
As one of the original villages of Irvine, Walnut has the distinction of large lots with mature landscaping and old town Irvine charm while still being home to the vibrant Walnut Village Center. The celebrated Irvine neighborhoods of College Park, the Colony and newer developments like the Harvard Square and Parklane are all found within the village of Walnut.
Above the village of Quail Hill the ultra-luxurious, prestigious and world-renown village of Shady Canyon with its breathtaking vistas and lush, private lots characterized by large estate-like homes. The incomparable Shady Canyon Country Club offers world-class golfing and is nestled in between the villages five distinct communities, two of which exclusively feature top of the line custom built homes.
A brand new village in Irvine, Cypress Village is already developing its reputation for providing resort-style recreation for the young and the young at heart, acres of park land to enjoy among its new, modern homes, and a a convenient setting near popular destinations. From Cypress Grove Park, the centerpiece of the village, to Floral Park’s sparkling pool and lush open space, Cypress Village is the prime example of a modern Irvine village.
Irvine’s newest village, still in development with construction having just begun mid-August, 2013. Orchard Hills has 4,310 single family homes and townhomes planned. With the amount of land Orchard Hills is being built on, this will allow for less density per acre than recent Irvine village developments and fewer homes per acre than Turtle Rock, which is Irvine’s original hillside community. Orchard Hills will feature 3 residential areas that are gated and one which is not, along with many wonderful amenities, including two six-acre public parks (one, Settlers Park, is already open), multiple sports courts, picnic areas, playgrounds, ball fields, new elementary school (Orchard Hills Elementary), a trailhead providing a parking lot, restrooms and access to trails, and the existing Orchard Hills Shopping Center. As an indication of the kind of ‘return to Irvine roots’ Orchard Hills will represent, a large area of the avocado groves – approximately 500 acres – will remain, and continue being a producing avocado farm.
With a grand opening September 28th and 29th introducing the first of many neighborhoods slated for development emerging around the Orange County Great Park in Irvine, “Pavilion Park” was designed to celebrate the very best of Irvine. Boasting beautiful new homes on tree-lined streets with ample space for walking, biking, and general fitness, the Pavilion Park community promises to be the beginning of perhaps the most nature and health-centric of Irvine’s many Villages, the Great Park Neighborhoods.