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Timeless Architecture, Design Make The Village Of Woodbury A Unique Place

Visit the award-winning Irvine Village of Woodbury today, and step into an classic neighborhood with a friendly feel.

Woodbury offers tidy tree-lined streets, an incredibly diverse array of homes featuring classic architectural designs, formal gardens and traditional parks, a village-centered school and clubhouse, as well as lots of nearby shops, restaurants, and popular places to gather. Woodbury exemplifies the sociable and welcoming “old-time” neighborhood — while offering all the modern conveniences of 21st century living.

“Woodbury is truly a special place,” said Gary Luque, vice president of community development for Irvine Community Development Company LLC, an affiliate of The Irvine Company LLC. “This unique village is designed to provide its residents with opportunities to explore, discover and connect at many different levels, including right in the neighborhood, all around its different districts, throughout the village and even places beyond. Through its award-winning village plan, Woodbury definitely brings people together to create a friendly atmosphere where neighbors can meet and build relationships.”

Woodbury currently features homes now available for sale in six different neighborhoods, each comfortably situated within its own district. Connecting these charming districts are lush parks, blooming gardens and welcoming plazas where residents can sit and chat or simply walk and explore.

Among the seven uniquely-styled gardens strategically and conveniently located throughout Woodbury are the Pear Tree and Colonnade gardens, both reflecting formal Italian design with towering cypress and vine-covered trellises. The Woodland and Coral Tree gardens feature Santa Barbara-themed shade structures and play lawns for the children. Plus, there’s Arbor, Palm and Terrace gardens, all of which are like an Andalusian-inspired paradise with mature trees, picnic areas and barbecues.

“Each park offers a different setting for all sorts of social events, parties and more,” said Luque “They really bring you back to a time when life allowed us more time to just sit and smell the roses, or watch our children at play. The parks are actually extensions of the homes at Woodbury; neighbors can plan barbecues, play dates for their kids, and afternoons relaxing by the pool. And, at the center of it all is The Commons.”

The Commons is a 30-acre hub where residents of Woodbury can meet and take in the Southern California sun, sky and fresh air. Woodbury Community Park (a City of Irvine public park) spans an impressive 10 acres and includes two baseball diamonds, two full-sized basketball courts, a soccer field and a fully-staffed community center. Parents can picnic at some nearby tables while the children have fun on the play structures or enjoy the tot lots.

The Commons is also home to Woodbury Elementary School, the village’s new state-of-the-art facility within the renowned Irvine Unified School District. This exceptional year-round, single-track school is within walking distance for children who live in this family-oriented village.

And, the showcase of The Commons is its residents-only recreational center known as The Club. This oasis offers three pools — Junior Olympic-sized, lagoon-style and resort-inspired — as an exciting call to refreshing fun the whole year long. The spa, with its shaded cabanas and barbecues, are great for enjoying the outdoors or an impromptu gathering of friends and family. Children enjoy the water garden, wading pool and the lagoon pool that features a special “beach” entry.

For those wanting to stay fit and connected, The Club also offers a full-time activities director on staff who oversees and starts new clubs, assists residents in planning community events for the two multi-purpose buildings, and even helps find the right health and fitness classes for you. Determined gamers can work up a healthy sweat at the lighted basketball court, four lighted tennis courts and sandy volleyball quad.

And, to help round out true village life, Woodbury residents also enjoy incredible access to Woodbury Town Center, where shopping, dining, entertainment and banking can happen quickly and easily – just a stroll from home. Woodbury Town Center plays host to such retailers as Staples, Home Depot, Ralph’s Fresh Fare, Bank of America and more.

“All the components of a classic village are found right at Woodbury,” said Luque. “Form and function are combined here to create a truly superb place that must be experienced in order to appreciate. Come visit Woodbury today and find your perfect home.”

A wide range of homes at a variety of price levels are currently available for sale in Woodbury. No matter your preference for architectural exteriors or interior appointments, there is something for everyone. Homes are now selling in the five districts, with prices ranging from the high $400,000s to more than $1million. Homeshoppers are invited to tour the following six neighborhoods:

Cortile, offered by California Pacific Homes, features two-story detached courtyard residences. Home interiors range from approximately 1,030 to 1,497 square feet, with two to three bedrooms.

Four Quartets, by John Laing Homes, showcases one- and two-story attached townhomes with interior living space spanning approximately 1,132 to 1,745 square feet and including up to three bedrooms.

La Casella, by Lennar Homes, is a charming neighborhood of two-story attached townhomes, with residences sized from approximately 1,514 to 2,498 square feet and including three to four bedrooms.

StoneTree Manor, by John Laing Homes, features a collection of two-story detached condominium homes. The floorplan selection ranges from approximately 1,964 to 2,268 square feet, with three to four bedrooms.

Villa Rosa, by Lennar Homes, presents luxurious two-story detached residences. These homes offer four to five bedrooms in approximately 2,615 to 3,161 square feet.

Mille Fleurs, by Standard Pacific Homes, is a neighborhood of spacious estate homes. These elegantly-appointed residences feature four to five bedrooms in approximately 3,477 to 3,531 square feet.

“Woodbury has just about everything you could want,” said Luque. “An amazing sense of belonging, incredible homes, and family-oriented fun and recreation — all wrapped up in this very exceptional village.”

To visit the Village of Woodbury, exit the I-5 Freeway at Jeffrey Road and drive east to Long Meadow. Turn right on Long Meadow and enter Woodbury. For more information, visit The Homefinding Center at www.IrvineRanch.com or call (888) 820-0721 to speak with a Homefinding Center New Home Consultant.