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Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: irvinehomeowner on December 16, 2009, 11:49:00 AM
Erika Chavez' put a poll up on the OCRegister:

http://irvinehomes.freedomblogging.com/2009/12/11/whats-your-favorite-irvine-village/11571/ (http://irvinehomes.freedomblogging.com/2009/12/11/whats-your-favorite-irvine-village/11571/)

And currently, the village with the most votes is Woodbridge.

So let's take our own TalkIrvine poll.

EDIT:

I actually didn't finish the poll, there were a few more villages I was adding and I wanted to add an 'Other' option.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: Cubic Zirconia on December 16, 2009, 11:53:00 AM
I already voted for North park. I didn't buy there, but the guard gated community looked very impressive to me.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: Anonymous on December 16, 2009, 03:55:00 PM
I voted for Woodbridge, because I think it is the prettiest and I like the lake, plus the location is convenient. But I wouldn't want to live there due to the toxic plume (is that what it's called?) underneath.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: graphrix on December 16, 2009, 03:59:00 PM
I voted for Turtle Rock. Cuz I'm old school like that and I like lots bigger than four Honda Fits parked in a square.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: irvinehomeowner on December 16, 2009, 04:17:00 PM
I need some Mod help... I want to add West Irvine, Middle Irvine (El Camino, Walnut, Harvard), Columbus Grove (for No_Vas) and Other (for those who live in the Korean Towers etc).
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: Anonymous on December 16, 2009, 04:21:00 PM
Quote from: "graphrix"
I voted for Turtle Rock. Cuz I'm old school like that and I like lots bigger than four Honda Fits parked in a square.


C'mon man, all you need is enough space to fit a conversation patio set, a fire bowl, and big-azz grill --- oh, and a few of those $2 foam coolers from Target to ice down the beer.

Anything beyond that is a waste of space.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: graphrix on December 16, 2009, 04:24:00 PM
Quote from: "ck"
Quote from: "graphrix"
I voted for Turtle Rock. Cuz I'm old school like that and I like lots bigger than four Honda Fits parked in a square.

C'mon man, all you need is enough space to fit a conversation patio set, a fire bowl, and big-azz grill --- oh, and a few of those $2 foam coolers from Target to ice down the beer.

Anything beyond that is a waste of space.


It is not just the space, but the separation from the neighbors. The idea of catching a glimpse of you or IHO walking around the house in tighty whiteys... *burp* I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. Is just down right scary!
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: evalseraphim on December 16, 2009, 05:02:00 PM
Quote from: "graphrix"
Quote from: "ck"

C'mon man, all you need is enough space to fit a conversation patio set, a fire bowl, and big-azz grill --- oh, and a few of those $2 foam coolers from Target to ice down the beer.

Anything beyond that is a waste of space.

It is not just the space, but the separation from the neighbors. The idea of catching a glimpse of you or IHO walking around the house in tighty whiteys... *burp* I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. Is just down right scary!


No more than 8 units per acre.  Sensei said so, remember?  Air and light, privacy, noise, parking ...  those were just some of the reasons that any density higher than that will leave you disappointed.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: irvinehomeowner on December 16, 2009, 05:31:00 PM
CK and I know that you really fantasize about us in our underwear... or else how else would you know they were tighty whiteys? The difference is he has LV monogrammed on his.

I like TRock too... but the better half prefers newer and an upstairs laundry (she doesn't want to lug those tighty whiteys up and down the stairs).
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: peteruk on December 16, 2009, 06:48:00 PM
Quote from: "graphrix"
I like lots bigger than four Honda Fits parked in a square.


That's why they call them that because they do   ;D
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: roundcorners on December 16, 2009, 09:10:00 PM
I know you mentioned El Camino, but to be more specific, you can break down Deerfield & The Ranch... I've been digging Deerfield with the common green space, trees, parks and older larger, less expensive homes...

oh don't forget about Harvard Square...
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: irvinehomeowner on December 17, 2009, 10:26:00 AM
I was just planning to do Middle Irvine to cover Harvard, Walnut, The Willows, El Camino, Deerfield and The Ranch.

Way too many villages in Irvine.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: SoCal on January 01, 2010, 02:28:00 PM
Quote from: "irvinehomeowner"
I need some Mod help... I want to add West Irvine, Middle Irvine (El Camino, Walnut, Harvard), Columbus Grove (for No_Vas) and Other (for those who live in the Korean Towers etc).


IHO, I just saw this post. There is not a feature to edit or delete polls. The reason given is that this prevents them from being rigged. We can, however, lock the poll if you want to start a new one.
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: dethman on January 04, 2010, 07:28:00 PM
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Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: drewkawa on January 16, 2010, 02:22:00 PM
gawd...    :(

slap me silly but I voted for where I currently rent, Westpark.  Though each time I drive down Alton to grab some pizza from NYsBest the lake and views make me hope for Woodbridge.


Drew
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: House Buyer on January 17, 2010, 03:56:00 PM
What about a poll for the least fav villages? I think Woodbury would have to be near the top. Too crowded and too many apartments
Title: Favorite Irvine Village
Post by: USCTrojanCPA on January 20, 2010, 01:41:00 AM
Quote from: "StuffIt"
What about a poll for the least fav villages? I think Woodbury would have to be near the top. Too crowded and too many apartments

Nah, El Camino would be the winner.
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