IRVINE, Calif.—Homeshoppers must act now if they are seeking their perfect home in the Irvine Pacific neighborhood of Jasmine at Cypress Village. The final homes in one of the most popular neighborhoods in the “Top Selling Master Planned Community” in the region are on sale now.
“This is the last opportunity to purchase a new home in Jasmine, a neighborhood designed for homebuyers interested in single family homes for growing families,” said Tom Veal, Vice President of Residential Sales and Marketing for Irvine Pacific. “These homes were inspired by our latest research and epitomize open and fresh living spaces with oversized kitchen islands, and California Room and Conservatory options.”
Veal added, “Residents at Cypress Village enjoy a resort-style lifestyle, complete with expansive amenities, shopping, abundant trails within walking distance and new school within the most-heralded district in the region.”
Conveniently located in Northeast Irvine along Jeffrey Road at Trabuco Road, Jasmine includes three modern, single-family, detached home designs ranging from approximately 1,627 to 1,804 square feet of comfortable, efficient, living space. Charming interiors include three bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths, and an optional loft in Residences One and Two. Large Great Rooms flow into the kitchen and dining areas, and create a welcoming ambience for casual gatherings and daily activity. Kitchens feature an oversized island for convenient meal preparation and each design offers the California Room and Conservatory options which extend their indoor/outdoor entertaining and dining space. Pricing at Jasmine by Irvine Pacific begins in the high $700,000s.
Cypress Village residents are close to abundant recreational amenities, including the Jeffrey Open Space Trail and boundless opportunities for sports, leisure and picnics.
The Jeffrey Open Space Trail allows residents to connect to the 22-mile Mountains to Sea trail, the backbone of the 50,000 acres of permanently preserved land across The Irvine Ranch. Outdoor enthusiasts begin in oak-filled Weir Canyon and move south through Irvine and Peters Canyon Regional Park, past the historical Irvine Ranch agricultural headquarters and along the San Diego Creek Channel to Upper Newport Bay. AmericanTrail.org notes, “There’s no more enjoyable way to experience one of the nation’s most spectacular networks of parks, trails and preserved natural lands.”
Floral Park features a tot lot, a Junior Olympic pool, spa and a huge grassy lawn perfect for picnics with the kids. Cypress Grove Park is the centerpiece of the Village, and offers acres of action-packed fun – from lighted ball fields and sports courts to barbecues, picnic areas and more. Cypress Community Park and Arbor Park provide additional parks, a pool and places for residents to enjoy our wonderful California climate.
Cypress Village students attend Cypress Village Elementary School and the heralded Jeffrey Trail Middle School – both conveniently located within the Village so parents can walk their children to school. Both schools are also part of the renowned Irvine Unified School District.
Prospective homebuyers interested in registering for the interest list or finding more information about the new Irvine Pacific homes available at Jasmine at Cypress Village can visit IrvinePacific.com, or contact at New Home Consultant at (949) 720-5921.
About Irvine Pacific
Irvine Pacific sets a high standard for achieving homebuilding excellence. As homebuilders, Irvine Pacific responds to new homebuyers goals, respecting their ability to choose from a range of new home opportunities. Irvine Pacific strives to show new homebuyers that our homes are of enduring value. At the heart of the Irvine Pacific experience is our state-of-the-art 6,700 square foot Design Center, where Irvine Pacific homebuyers find the latest design innovations, a collection of customized options and professional design consultants who make the transition from buyer to homeowner as seamless and satisfying as possible. For more information, please visit www.IrvinePacific.com.