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Irvine, California Real Estate

Architectural elements in Irvine are as diverse as its residents with each neighborhood embodying its own unique style, whether it is Classic Ranch, Spanish Revival, Traditional, Craftsman, or Contemporary. The consistent focus on the region's natural landscape provides congruence among even the most dissimilar residential styles. Many Irvine neighborhoods share community facilities such as Olympic-size swimming pools, playgrounds, walking and bicycling paths, picnic areas, and other out and indoor facilities.

The north section of Irvine has some of the best neighborhoods. Woodbridge, one of Irvine's premier neighborhoods, offers homes near the lakes with sale prices starting in the $500,000s. Villages around the Orange County Great Park in North Irvine include The Villages of Irvine, Cypress Village, Portola Springs, Stonegate, Woodbury and Northwood and many others. Located west of the Spectrum is the lovely neighborhood of El Camino Real. Homes in El Camino Real are more affordable compared with Woodbridge with homes listing just below $500,000. Northwood, another great Irvine neighborhood, offers great views of the Santa Ana Mountains and homes in Northwood often have larger lots than in other areas.

Prices for homes in the southern portion of Irvine start at $600,000 to upwards of multi-million dollar estates. With all of the recent growth in the area, commercial real estate is at an all-time high and if you're looking for a location for your business or a lucrative investment opportunity, there's no better place in Southern California right now than this thriving, innovative southern district of Irvine. Townhomes and condominiums in Irvine are also readily available for purchase, with prices starting from $230,000 to over $2 million for high-rise complexes.
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Irvine, California

The fast-growing city of Irvine is one of Southern California's favorite family communities that feature a blend of carefully-planned neighborhoods, open space and parks, retail and commercial areas, and excellent schools. Located in central Orange County, Irvine is one of the nation's largest planned urban communities and encompasses over 66 square miles with a population of over 250,000 residents. State figures show that the city of Irvine was the seventh fastest growing city in the state in 2012. Irvine is centrally located and connected by the I-5, I-405, and 55 freeways. John Wayne Airport is also just minutes north of the city.

The job market and local economy in Irvine is thriving as the city is home to some of the largest business centers in the country, including the Irvine Spectrum and Irvine business complex. It is estimated that about 8,000 businesses are located in Irvine providing 170,000 jobs to residents throughout the county.

Irvine has experienced significant development over the past several years with new housing, retail and business campuses added. The city is home to 21 community parks as well as 45 neighborhood parks of various sizes. Irvine also has its own fine arts center, adventure playground, nature center, and a dog park.

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