Conveniently located in Northeast Irvine along Jeffrey Road at Trabuco Road, both neighborhoods include single-family detached homes that are perfect for families who want to add room and live close to award-winning schools, world-class shopping and dining, and abundant parks and trails.
“Jasmine and Laurel have been designed for homebuyers interested in single family homes perfect for growing families,” said Tom Veal, Vice President of Residential Sales and Marketing for Irvine Pacific. “The home designs in both neighborhoods are inspired by our latest research and epitomize open and fresh living spaces with oversized kitchen islands, the California Room and Conservatory Room options.”
Veal added, “Residents at Cypress Village enjoy a resort-style lifestyle, complete with expansive amenities, shopping, abundant trails within walking distance and new schools within the most-heralded district in the region.”
Jasmine by Irvine Pacific will include 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 will create a welcoming ambiance for casual gatherings and daily activity. Kitchens feature an oversized island for convenient meal preparation and each design offers the Conservatory Room and California Room options which extend their indoor/outdoor entertaining and dining space. Anticipated pricing from the high $600,000s.
Laurel by Irvine Pacific will include three contemporary single-family detached home designs ranging from approximately 2,170 to 2,493 square feet. Thoughtfully planned for comfort, convenience and style, Laurel offers up to five bedrooms and four baths, along with a tech space in Residence Two and a second-level bonus room in Residence Three. An optional office in Residence One will appeal to buyers who frequently work from home. Impressively sized Great Rooms are the social centerpiece of each Laurel floorplan, and seamlessly flow into the modern kitchens and dining areas. The homes’ Conservatory Room and California Room options provide the opportunity to expand the indoor/outdoor living space. Finely detailed exteriors will be graced with Classical, Formal Spanish and French architectural themes. Anticipated pricing from the high $800,000s.
All of the Irvine Pacific homes at Cypress Village are designed and built according to standards established by Build It Green, a non-profit organization in California that promotes healthy, energy and resource-efficient homes throughout the state. The homes will incorporate a wide range of materials, finishes, appliances and energy systems that exceed California building and energy code requirements.
“The homes within Cypress Village are designed to provide families with everything that they need to thrive now, and in the years to come,” noted Veal. “These home designs offer comfort and convenience, ample storage and innovative features, smart room options and opportunities to customize your home to meet the specific needs of your family.”
Cypress Village residents take advantage of abundant recreational amenities, including access to the Jeffrey Open Space Trail, and boundless opportunities for sports, leisure and picnics with friends.
Floral Park features a tot lot, a Jr. Olympic pool, spa and a huge grassy lawn for picnics with the kids. Cypress Grove Park, opening in Fall 2014, 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 after it opens, Arbor Park, provide additional parks, a pool and places for residents to enjoy themselves.
Cypress Village students will attend the future Cypress Village Elementary School (scheduled to open Fall 2014) and Jeffrey Trail Middle School. Both schools are conveniently located within the Village so parents can walk their children to school. Additionally, they are slated to be part of the heralded Irvine Unified School District, named the best overall Orange County school district in 2011 by The Orange County Register.
Residents are within walking distance to Cypress Village Shopping Center, with many shops including Albertsons, Kohl’s and Starbucks. In addition, Irvine Spectrum Center® is just minutes away and is home to more than 130 restaurants and specialty retailers.
Irvine Pacific offers research-driven homes within the award-winning Villages of Irvine®, utilizing quantifiable consumer feedback and interaction to create new home solutions with innovation, technology and intelligent energy efficiency while integrating long-term planning and building expertise.
“Our extensive consumer research process has provided a number of key insights, which we have incorporated into these new home designs in Jasmine and Laurel,” Veal explained. “Irvine Pacific prides itself in providing a high-quality home that responds to the ever-changing lifestyles, needs and desires of today’s families.”
For more information about the newest Irvine Pacific neighborhoods coming to Cypress Village, visit www.IrvinePacific.com, or contact a New Home Consultant at (866) 627-6150.
About the Irvine Company
Founded in 1864, the Irvine Company is an internationally renowned real estate development company known for its award-winning master-planned communities, its vast portfolio of high-quality investment properties, and its leadership in conservation and natural resource management. The growing real estate portfolio encompasses office, apartment, retail and resort holdings located throughout California’s premier markets, including assets in San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles Counties, holdings in Northern California and homebuilding through an affiliate, Irvine Pacific. As a steward of some of America’s most beautiful and scientifically important open space and parklands, the company has donated to Orange County more than half of the historic 93,000-acre Irvine Ranch – 50,000 acres – to permanently preserve these lands. The U.S. Department of Interior and the State of California have designated these parklands as “Natural Landmarks,” one of the most prestigious land preservation designations. The privately held, diversified company traces its roots to the 1860s with the formation of The Irvine Ranch from Mexican and Spanish land grants.