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Stonetree is a development in the medium size master planned community of Woodbury in Irvine. This development is made-up of 91 detached two story single family homes. Stonetree was built by John Laing Homes between 2005 and 2006. There are three home plans to choose from. The square footage of these homes is between 1,900 square footage and 2,300 square feet, with three or four bedrooms and three to 3.5 bathrooms. Homes have park views. Each home has an attached direct access two car garage. Lot sizes are between 2,500 square feet and 5,000 square feet. The home prices range from $850,000 to 1.1 million dollars. Among the many terrific amenities provided by the homeowners’ association are swimming pools, spas, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts and a clubhouse. The Woodbury Community Association also offers 10 acres of recreational activities at The Commons, including two junior size Olympic pools, a lagoon style swimming pool, a children’s water garden and a clubhouse. Woodbury is also home to sixteen parks, many playgrounds, green belts and miles of trails. The masters’ homeowners’ association is the Woodbury Community Association with monthly fees of approximately $90. The sub-association is the Stonetree Manor Homeowners’ Association with monthly fees of approximately $145. Stonetree students attend the distinguished schools in the Irvine Unified School District, specifically Woodbury Elementary School, Sierra Vista Middle School and Irvine High School. The Woodbury Town Center is nearby with a variety of shopping and dining choices. Both the Woodbury Town Center and the Woodbury Elementary School are within walking distance.
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Irvine is a dynamic and unique city in Orange County, California. Irvine has been named both one of safest cities in the United States and one of the best cities to live in. Irvine is made up of 34 distinctive areas. From urban city living to quiet family oriented neighborhoods, there is an area for everyone in Irvine. With such diversity, let the real estate professionals at the Franco Team help you find your perfect Irvine home.
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Irvine has 34 unique villages, with each village being up made-up of several individual neighborhoods. Each village has its own architectural styles, commercial areas, schools and churches. For information on each village and/or the neighborhoods within a specific village, click on the village name on the right hand side of your screen. Home prices in Irvine range from $250,000 to fifteen million dollars plus. Home values are dependent on location, home size, home type, neighborhood amenities and views. Views from Irvine homes include the Pacific Ocean, green belt, city night lights, golf course views, surrounding hills and canyons and gorgeous sunsets. There are both guard gated and non-guard gated neighborhood options in Irvine. With so many options available throughout Irvine, let local real estate experts, The Franco Team, guide you through all the different choices.
Three school districts, serve students living in Irvine. The majority of the city is part of the Irvine Unified School District. Tustin Unified School District serves students living in the northwest portion of Irvine. The Irvine School District has 22 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 2 high schools and 1 continuation high school. The Tustin School District has 17 Elementary Schools, 5 middle schools, 2 high schools and 1 continuation high school. The Santa Ana Unified School District serves students living in the Airport Area of Irvine. In addition, there are 29 private schools in Irvine, which serve approximately 4,400 students. A sampling of these 29 schools includes: LePort, Crean Lutheran South High School, International Academy of Irvine, Marden School and Pacific Academy. There area a large number of colleges and universities in Irvine: The University of California at Irvine, Concordia University, California State University Fullerton-Irvine Campus, University of Southern California, Brandman University, Alliant International University, University of LaVerne, Chicago School of Professional Psychology -- Irvine, Pepperdine University, Irvine Valley Community College, Santiago Canyon Community College and Orange Coast Community College.
Irvine has a Mediterranean type climate, giving the city gorgeous year round weather. Irvine has miles of trails throughout the city. Each village has open green space and trails that residents use for hiking, biking and walking. The Irvine Regional Park has hundreds of acres of trees and trails for horseback riding, biking, walking and hiking. There are extensive picnic areas throughout the park. There is a lake with aqaucycle rentals and the Irvine Park Railroad offering train rides. Irvine residents are just minutes from local beaches in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach.