With it magnificent homes, plentiful parks and rolling hills, Portola Springs is a superb community that is meticulously planned to provide endless acres of open space, while keeping its residents close to all Irvine has to offer. The CA-133 and Portola Parkway keep all the amenities in Irvine and beyond nearby. Stretching over 1,200 acres, this remarkable community offers sweeping views of Loma Ridge and the Santa Ana Mountains.
The Neighborhoods of Portola Springs
There are seven neighborhoods throughout the community featuring an array of inspired architectural styles, including Tuscan, Spanish Colonial, Provencal, Monterey and Northern Italian. The neighborhood of San Carlos Court is an enclave of townhomes and flats. These residences are spacious, stylish and well-appointed. Configurations range from one to three bedrooms and from one to three stories. Price points start at the low $300,000s and to up to the mid $400,000s with over six plans available.
Primrose Community Irvine
Primrose is one of Portola Springs’ most popular neighborhoods with two-story homes featuring expansive great rooms, comfortable bedrooms and plenty of options for customization. Square footage ranges up to 2,000, and prices are in the mid $500,000s.
Ironwood Community Irvine
Ironwood by KB Home features two-story townhomes with airy great rooms, gourmet kitchens with upgraded features and room lofts. Square footage is approximately 2,000 and prices range in the mid $550,000s.
Sevilla is an intimate enclave with a stylish flair. Homes feature spacious areas with California rooms to extend indoor and outdoor living. Prices range from the mid $500,000s to the mid $700,000s.
Casero Irvine Classic Architecture
The Casero homes offer classic architecture with open and airy rooms. There are three floor plans available, and prices start in the mid $600,000s.
Las Ventanas Irvine Homes
Homes in the Las Ventanas neighborhood are traditional with up to three bathrooms and five bedrooms. Prices range from the mid $600,000s to the low $700,000s. The Las Colinas neighborhood features the architectural style of Monterey and Santa Barbara. These magnificent homes have loggias and private sun-drenched courtyards that maximize indoor and outdoor spaces. Square footage is approximately 3,000, and prices begin in low $900,000s.
Parks and Trails of Portola Springs
Planned for its residents to enjoy the great outdoors with lots of activities, Portola Springs has six engaging parks: Loma Valley, Ridge View, Discovery, Voyager, Tree Top and Silverado. There are junior Olympic pools, wading pools, spas and cabanas. Basketball and tennis courts keep sport enthusiasts busy. Picnic tables with barbeques ensure an afternoon delight of yummy treats. There are plenty of colorful tot lots to keep the young ones entertained. Grassy greens abound, and residents can lay out a blanket and take in the panoramic views of the rolling hills.
There are nine nature trails that network throughout the community for walking, mountain biking, jogging and horseback riding. Some of the trails lead north to Loma Ridge Open Space. There is one winding trail that leads to a hilltop monument honoring Gaspar de Portola. From this hilltop, one can view the cityscape of Irvine. There is also a series of natural trails winding throughout Tomato Springs and the Native American Archeological Site. Remarkably, this community has retained the natural flora and fauna of the landscape, while providing outdoor enjoyment for its residents.
The community is served by the distinguished Irvine Unified School District. Stonegate Elementary is a National Blue Ribbon School. Sierra Vista Middle School is a California Distinguished School. For high school students, residents are districted to Northwood High School, which is ranked in the top 1,000 public high schools in the nation.
Portola Springs is an award-winning community with beautiful homes, open spaces for outdoor living and A+ schools. It is the ultimate experience for fine suburban living.