If you are a potential home owner and are exploring the Woodbridge residential market for the first-time, or perhaps new to the Irvine community altogether, here is some additional information on the city. The Woodbridge community is found in a racially diverse city that is served by the Irvine Unified School District, and law enforcement is provided by the Irvine Police Department. The Woodbridge properties are found close to world-class shopping at nearby Irvine Spectrum, as well as South Coast Plaza and Fashion Island/Newport Center. The closest Airport is John Wayne International in Santa Ana, and the community is found nearly exactly half-way between Los Angeles and San Diego. The residents enjoy what is considered a nearly perfect year-round Mediterranean climate and the main college in the city is University of California, Irvine.
The Woodbridge high-end residential market is found approximately 35 minutes south of Downtown Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center, and a similar distance away from Angel Stadium and the Honda Center. Woodbridge real estate benefits from being just a short commute away from world-famous Newport Beach, which is also recognized for having the largest recreational harbor on the west coast, the community is also close to Huntington Beach, which calls itself “Surf-City USA”. The Woodbridge homes for sale are found in one of the highest-trending neighborhoods in the city, however, you will also find excellent, family-orientated areas in Woodbury, Turtle Rock, Turtle Ridge, Northpark, Northwood and Laguna Altura, among a host of others. The community is close to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater where you will find events and concerts going on throughout the year as well as Boomer’s, where you will find bowling alleys, miniature golf, arcade games, water-slides and batting cages.
The Woodbridge real estate market is about a half-hour away from the iconic city of Laguna Beach where you will find famous tide pools, the historic lifeguard tower at main beach, and the annual Pageant of the Masters and Sawdust festivals which draws visitors from around the world. Although Irvine is not regularly thought of as a tourist destination, there are many different landmarks and things to do in the city. If you are in the area, and have some time to kill, visit Bommer Canyon, it attracts walkers, hikers and all other outdoor enthusiasts from across the region, or head over to William R. Mason Park for a picnic. The Orange County Great Park is built upon the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, and the Orange County Zoo is a small 8-acre zoo located within the 477-acre Irvine Regional Park in the city of Orange. With our customized Woodbridge property search, you are able to view the full and complete inventory of Woodbridge homes for sale, and the information is being constantly updated by local Woodbridge Irvine Real Estate Agents, so you can trust the information as reliable and accurate.