Trendy and Fashionable, Aesthetic and Tasteful Irvine City Lights View Properties

Posted by BanCorp Properties on Saturday, November 7th, 2015 at 10:47am.

 

If you are a potential home owner and are considering the Irvine residential market for the first time, or perhaps you are new to the South Orange County community altogether, here is some additional information that should prove useful. The Irvine properties are found approximately 50 minutes south of Buena Park where you will find Knott’s Berry Farm (and Soak City), the Clark Interpretive Center and Paleontology Museum, Buena Park Historic District Tours, Bodies, the Exhibition, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, Pirate’s Dinner Adventure and Ralph B. Clark Regional Park. The Irvine real estate market is found just east of the Limestone Canyon Park which offers a rich diversity of plants and animals, and is a true favorite among hikers, mountain bikers and naturalists. To the north of the Irvine properties you will find the Santiago Oaks Regional Park which is vast area with interconnecting trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding amid panoramic mountain vistas. The Irvine homes for sale are scattered around the Orange County Great Park Farmers Market. Start (and end) your search for Irvine real estate at Southern California’s favorite place to search for Irvine properties – BanCorpRealty.com. We make the search for Irvine homes for sale easier and faster™ (and smarter) than ever before.

 BanCorp Properties: Irvine City Lights View Properties

If you are in the area looking at the Irvine lofts, penthouses, villas townhomes or condos and then have some extra time left over at the end of the day, you will find that there are all kinds of fund things to do and see in Orange County. If you take the 133-freeway south, this will take you into the iconic city of Laguna Beach along with its iconic arts scene and annual Pageant of the Masters and Sawdust Art Festival. If you stay on Pacific Coast Highway One-south, this will take you down through Dana Point on your way down to the sleepy beachside city of San Clemente. If you take the 405-freeway north, away from the Irvine real estate market this will take you north past Seal Beach past Los Angeles International Airport, up into West Los Angeles and the areas of Westwood and Beverly Hills. If you take the 5-freeway south away from the Irvine properties this will take you down through Oceanside as you pass through San Diego as you head down to the Mexican Border, if you take the freeway north, away from the Irvine homes for sale, it will take you into the heart of Los Angeles and if you continue on it will take you up to Sacramento.

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