Cambridge Court is the community that border Culver Drive to the east, California Avenue to the west, Harvard Avenue to the north and Campus Drive to the south. There are three models to choose from when considering to buy or lease within this University Town Center neighborhood.
As the new homes brochure stated quite eloquently back in 1981 when Cambridge Court was envisioned by the builder Broadmoor Homes: "There's a new kind of urban community growing in Irvine. Here the cultural atmosphere of a major university blends with a maintenance-free style of living in tune with today's needs. Shopping, schools, parks, and churches, a whole world of things to do are just steps or a bike ride from your front door."
"This is Cambridge Court, a unique series of town homes just across the street from the University of California at Irvine. Cambridge Court is elegant urban living at its best. It recalls the vitality of the great university communities: Harvard, Columbia, Georgetown. Cambridge Court is a friendly, exciting place to live, with a real neighborhood feeling." "Cambridge Court is part of the University Town Center: planned to be a special urban experience that combines homes, commercial shops and services, offices and parks to offer the convenience of city living within a master planned community. It's a dynamic place, where the heritage of the past and the challenges of the future flow together in harmony."
This describes the community back in 1981 and it is as fresh and as vital today as it was when it was first built. Indeed, one of the reasons that the community continues to thrive and evolve is due to its eclectic blend of people who participate in the dynamic mix that lends to the communities' vitality and current focus. And although the Cambridge Court community was built in the difficult economic times associated with extremely high interest rates which ultimately saw the exit of the builder Broadmoor and the subsequent establishment and release of the newer phases of Cambridge Court by the builder Fieldstone, the quality of construction of these town homes and innovative floor plans won many an award and world-wide acclaim. Indeed, the floor plans of these town houses in Cambridge Court are as contemporary and sought after today, as they were when they were first built between 1981 and 1984. For more information on this community click here.Read More ▾
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