Quail Hill is a village in the southern region of Irvine, California that is comprised of a variety of neighborhoods. Named after a very unique rock formation, this is one of the University areas most desirable communities.
Quail Hill has many types of real estate and varying prices. The Vicara community offers panoramic views of the city and mountains. These single family homes were built between 2004 and 2006 with 3,100 to 5,100 square feet and three to six bedrooms. The Tapestry neighborhood offers greenbelt views, and large wrap around yards. These homes were built between 2003, and 2005 offering up to 3,100 square feet as well as four to five bedrooms.
Sienna features some of the larger homes in Quail Hill with 3,292 to 4,200 square feet and four to six bedrooms. These luxury homes were built by Richmond America from 2003 to 2005. You will find charming townhouses in the Ambridge community which were built between 2004 and 2006. These townhomes feature up to 1,900 square feet and two to three bedrooms. Other neighborhoods include Chantilly, Solstice, Jasmine, Olivos, Linden, Sage, Casalon, and Ivy Wreath.
This community is served by the Irvine Unified School District. Students may attend top rated Alderwood Elementary School, Rancho San Joaquin Junior High School, and University High School. There are several private schools in Irvine including Spectrum Montessori, Creekside Children’s Center, and Tarbut V’torah Community Day School. This is also the home of the University of California, Irvine and Irvine Valley College.
Residents are close to freeway access and Laguna Canyon Road as well as Quail Hill Community Park, Knollcrest Park, and Cascade Park. The Strawberry Farms Golf Course offers a public par-71, 6,700 yards, 18-hole course as well as wedding facilities. And it’s just a short drive to Irvine Spectrum, an outdoor mall that offers many stores, restaurants, and a movie theater. Just a few more minutes south with take you to Laguna Beach.
5050 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92604-4652
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