Irvine Real Estate
Ranging from contemporary high-rise condominiums to awe-inspiring Tuscan estates and everything in between, those considering Irvine real estate will find a myriad of housing options to choose from.
For buyers searching for neighborhoods with close proximity to the University of California Irvine, University Park, University Town Center, Rancho San Joaquin, Turtle Rock and Turtle Ridge are great options. For the ultimate in luxury living and privacy, Shady Canyon is an excellent option. This ultra-luxury community is where many of the area’s professional athletes and well-heeled business professionals choose to live, and is home to the renowned Shady Canyon Golf Club.
Whether you’re thinking about buying or selling Irvine real estate, connect with the University Realty Team today to learn more about the options available to you. We are always just a phone call away and look forward to welcoming you home to Irvine.
IRVINE HOME OWNER ASSOCIATIONS:
THE VILLAGES OF IRVINE:
El Camino Glen
Deerfield (mixed styles)
East Irvine El Camino Real (Spanish/Neo-Eclectic)
Irvine Spectrum (Contemporary/Moroccan)
Northpark (French Country, Formal French, Italian Country, Formal Italian, Monterey and Spanish Colonial)
Northpark Square (Spanish Mission)
Northwood (Bungalow, Craftsman) Oak Creek (mixed styles) (Bungalow, Craftsman) Oak Creek (mixed styles)
Orchard Hills (Rural Craftsman/Spanish/Tuscan)
Portola Springs (Spanish/Tuscan)
Planning Area 40 (Future Village)
Quail Hill (Spanish/Tuscan)
Rancho San Joaquin (Shed style)
Shady Canyon (Tuscan Ranch)
Turtle Ridge (Tuscan)
Turtle Rock (mixed styles)
University Park (California Modern)
University Town Center (mixed styles)
Walnut (Prairie Style)
West Irvine (California Modern)
Westpark (Italian Riviera/Mediterranean)
Woodbridge (Atlantic Coast)
Woodbury East (Spanish)
More About Irvine…
Located in Orange County just east of Newport Beach and an hours drive south from Los Angeles, the community of Irvine is one of the most desirable locations in the area. (See above for a complete list of the Villages of Irvine.) Buyers will find numerous housing options as well as a thriving business area, numerous community parks, great schools and a very low crime rate. Irvine is known for it’s innovative industries from companies such as Microsemi Corp, Broadcom, Blizzard Entertainment and Edwards Lifesciences Corp. that employ thousands and are valued at billions of dollars.
Irvine is considered one of the best cities for public schools and higher education. Irvine offers top colleges and universities, such as Irvine Valley College, University of California Irvine, and Concordia as well as satellite colleges of Pepperdine, University of Southern California Orange County, and California State University of Fullerton. University of California Irvine is ranked among the top 10 in the nation.
The City of Irvine offers many parks and recreational activities for people of all ages. The city offers a Fine Arts Center where community members can take art classes, attend art exhibitions and participate in art festivals and events. Irvine is home to the beautiful and developing Orange County Great Park which houses artist studios, open space, festivals, farmers markets, and much more. To learn more about the city’s parks, events and activities visit http://www.cityofirvine.org/parks-facilities.
The City of Irvine offers everything from numerous golf courses, the Irvine Spectrum – an upscale outdoor shopping mall and entertainment center, and a large culinary palette of restaurants to outdoor entertainment, extensive bike paths and outdoor sports and nature centers.
Irvine’s excellent schools, favorable job market, low crime rate, and high median income continue to draw new residents to the area. In addition, this master-planned community features exceptional services and amenities.