Quail Hill

About Quail Hill

Secluded yet centrally located, the Village of Quail Hill is currently comprised of 14 distinctive neighborhoods, nestled against 600 acres of permanent open space, including Ambridge, Casalon, Chantilly, Ivy Wreath, Jasmine, Laurel, Linden, Olivos, Sandalwood, Sage, Sienna, Solstice, Tapestry, and Vicara, Quail Hill’s last development. Quail Hill is one of the premier communities in Irvine, Orange County, California. The Village of Quail Hill  is named after the distinctive rock formation that may be seen from miles away and is at the pinnacle of  acres of surrounding open space. Quail Hill offers a variety of homes for sale and/or lease within a secluded environment that is also close to major employment, shopping, dining, and entertainment areas. The Village of Quail Hill offers many different styles of homes for sale including singl

Secluded yet centrally located, the Village of Quail Hill is currently comprised of 14 distinctive neighborhoods, nestled against 600 acres of permanent open space, including Ambridge, Casalon, Chantilly, Ivy Wreath, Jasmine, Laurel, Linden, Olivos, Sandalwood, Sage, Sienna, Solstice, Tapestry, and Vicara, Quail Hill’s last development.

Quail Hill is one of the premier communities in Irvine, Orange County, California. The Village of Quail Hill  is named after the distinctive rock formation that may be seen from miles away and is at the pinnacle of  acres of surrounding open space. Quail Hill offers a variety of homes for sale and/or lease within a secluded environment that is also close to major employment, shopping, dining, and entertainment areas.

The Village of Quail Hill offers many different styles of homes for sale including single family residences, luxury homes, urban-style detached and attached town homes, garden courtyard condominiums, and apartment homes. Many of these neighborhoods in the Village of Quail Hill feature panoramic views of the hills, sunset, city lights views, and views of the mountains beyond.

There is a network of hiking and bicycling trails that connects residents to more than 50,000 acres of preserved open space. One of the beautiful aspects of living in Quail Hill is that it is a self-contained community where most of your everyday needs are within ten minutes of your home.

Choosing where to live is one of the most important decisions we make, and these choices are personal decisions that are influenced by a panoply of many different wants and needs. There are as many answers to these questions as there are people. The kind of lifestyles people are seeking are varied. Some may want to be close to work or, at least, close to the arteries/freeways that will save time in their commute. Others want to be in close proximity to shopping centers, coffee shops, hiking and biking trails, restaurants, movies, award-winning schools.

Quail Hill has many of the things that please us: close proximity to both a local shopping center (the Quail Hill Shopping Center) and a regional shopping center (the Irvine Spectrum). It’s also within a few minutes drive to Fashion Island and Laguna Beach. There is easy commuter access to freeways: namely,  to the 405  (San Diego freeway), the  5 (Santa Ana freeway), the 133 (the Laguna Freeway), and the 73 (the San Joaquin Toll Road). For more information on this community click here.

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Population by Age Level. Median Age 41.65. Households: 8,010.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $127,448)

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Quail Hill Schools & Education

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