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Re: Power Rankings: Irvine Communities
« Reply #45 on: October 08, 2021, 09:54:30 AM »
So, good location until other neighborhoods get 100%

It is not vaccination makes OH good, it is the good location of OH makes it early vaccination.

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Re: Power Rankings: Irvine Communities
« Reply #46 on: October 08, 2021, 10:21:34 AM »
May I know what is good about OH location?

Take a look at these homes.
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Irvine/100-Knob-Crk-92602/home/143911612
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Irvine/186-Leafy-Pass-92602/home/143911559
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Irvine/123-Lanzon-92602/home/143911519
You don't get these high end homes anywhere else on this side of Irvine.

So what's good about OH location? While I personally prefer older side of Irvine in terms of location, many people prefer the newer side for lots of reasons. They're NEW. You get the home with upgrades you want right away. While Shady and Turtle are nice, they most likely will require so much renovations. Hidden Canyon is new also, but some people just don't prefer that location. I personally would choose Hidden.

Schools, demographics, more kids, even easier access to other side of OC such as Yorba Linda, Anaheim Hills, and so on are also big reasons. Buyers of this price range wouldn't bother so much with it being either TUSD or IUSD. They most likely will send them private schools for their kids. The important thing is there are other kids as their kids' ages as a community. This area usually has more K-12 than other side of higher end Irvine homes.

I know PS can be close to how OH feels, but we all know OH is another step up. OH is surrounded by mostly high end homes with a few alright homes whereas PS is almost the other way. OH also has closer proximity to plazas and malls and easier access to shop around. Since everyone now knows the asphalt factory and landfill smells are all fake rumors, we don't need to count those in as negative facts.

I'm just listing pros of this community including the location. I personally would buy somewhere else if I could afford such pricey homes though.
« Last Edit: October 08, 2021, 10:32:50 AM by Mety »

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Re: Power Rankings: Irvine Communities
« Reply #47 on: October 08, 2021, 12:52:13 PM »
May I know what is good about OH location?

Take a look at these homes.
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Irvine/100-Knob-Crk-92602/home/143911612
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Irvine/186-Leafy-Pass-92602/home/143911559
https://www.redfin.com/CA/Irvine/123-Lanzon-92602/home/143911519
You don't get these high end homes anywhere else on this side of Irvine.

So what's good about OH location? While I personally prefer older side of Irvine in terms of location, many people prefer the newer side for lots of reasons. They're NEW. You get the home with upgrades you want right away. While Shady and Turtle are nice, they most likely will require so much renovations. Hidden Canyon is new also, but some people just don't prefer that location. I personally would choose Hidden.

Schools, demographics, more kids, even easier access to other side of OC such as Yorba Linda, Anaheim Hills, and so on are also big reasons. Buyers of this price range wouldn't bother so much with it being either TUSD or IUSD. They most likely will send them private schools for their kids. The important thing is there are other kids as their kids' ages as a community. This area usually has more K-12 than other side of higher end Irvine homes.

I know PS can be close to how OH feels, but we all know OH is another step up. OH is surrounded by mostly high end homes with a few alright homes whereas PS is almost the other way. OH also has closer proximity to plazas and malls and easier access to shop around. Since everyone now knows the asphalt factory and landfill smells are all fake rumors, we don't need to count those in as negative facts.

I'm just listing pros of this community including the location. I personally would buy somewhere else if I could afford such pricey homes though.

Also dont understand this whole OH TUSD debate like its some horrible schools. OH School k-8 isn't some bottom ranking school and the zoned HS, Beckman which is in Irvine is no slouch either. So yes, the IUSD has the better "name", but the school zoned for OH groves are on par with IUSD schools in the area.

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Re: Power Rankings: Irvine Communities
« Reply #48 on: October 09, 2021, 08:04:45 PM »
I do feel there is a significant difference in Orchard Hills vs The Groves at Orchards Hills.  The Groves is security gated, has views, large lots, and is surrounded by more orchards, trees and foliage.

 

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