Tustin Field is a neighborhood in the master planned community of Tustin Legacy, located on the old Tustin Marine Base bordering Irvine and Tustin. It has a Tustin mailing address but is serviced by the award-winning schools of the Irvine Unified School District. Tustin Legacy spans over 1,600 acres and is a vibrant urban community designed for mixed use and includes homes, restaurants, hotels, shopping venues and entertainment. This mixed use district of Tustin Legacy is designed to be diverse, eclectic and urban in nature.
There are approximately 375 homes at Tustin Field I, and the development is comprised of paired homes, detached cluster homes, tow townhomes and cluster townhomes. Approximately 21 percent of the homes are income restricted and sold to low and moderate income households. Tustin Field II has about 190 single-family homes. Each neighborhood features its own community park with pools, playground areas, trails, picnic areas and tennis courts.
Tustin Legacy has a larger park called the Orange County Urban Regional Park that is 84 acres. This park has easy access to the multi-use trails of the area and is designed for hiking, biking, walking and equestrian activities. It also has easy access to trails along Peters Canyon Channel on the east side of Jamboree Road. Residents can travel to the ocean or local mountains right from their community, without having to get in the car.
Designed as a place for residents to gather, shop, dine and play, the Tustin Legacy Shopping District has it all. Bordered by Tustin Ranch Road and Jamboree Road, this mega shopping district is over 1 million square feet. The shopping district features a bowling alley, 14 screen state-of-the-art movie theater, designer shops and fine restaurants.
Residents of Tustin Field are also a short drive from some of California’s most magnificent beach towns, including Dana Point, Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach. Corona Del Mar is a chic seaside town with popular whale watching cruises. Along its beaches, the harbor features gift shops and fine dining. Corona Del Mar is nestled at the foothills of the San Joaquin Hills and offers cliff-side water views, along with beaches and tide pools. Quaint beach cottages and mansions line the bluff along the seven mile coastline of Laguna Beach. Laguna Beach is popular for scuba diving, snorkeling and surfing.
For some of the best entertainment and family fun in California, Disneyland Theme Park, Knott’s Berry Farm, Santa Ana Zoo, Sea World at San Diego are less than a half-hour drive from Tustin Field. Disneyland Theme Park is packed with fun rides, splashing water parks and spectacular shows where its beloved characters come to life. Knott’s Berry Farm features daredevil rides, western-themed towns and incredible Aztec dancing shows. The Santa Ana Zoo exhibits exotic animals from Africa and the Amazon in open ranges. The marine shows at Sea World with jumping whales, dancing dolphins and whimsical sea lions will delight all.
Tustin Field is a private enclave that offers a high-quality lifestyle and captures the finest of California living. Great schools, fine neighborhood amenities and close proximity to California’s best attractions, it is the ideal location.