Sienna: Standard Pacific Upscale Homes in Quail Hill, Irvine. The Village of Quail Hill sits adjacent to 600 acres of permanent open space, yet is still conveniently close to major employment center, transportation hubs, and entertainment and fine dining areas. Five neighborhood parks are scattered throughout the Village of Quail Hill with a wide selection of community amenities. The nearby 700-acre Quail Hill Preserve will ultimately connect thousands of acres of permanently preserved open space.
A neighborhood in the Village of Quail Hill, Sienna, first opened for residents in the 2004. Built by Standard Pacific, this small community of 95 single family homes is situated in the scenic midlands of the village of Quail Hill, Irvine. These grand single family residences are exquisitely crafted in a dramatic Spanish, Monterrey, Provence and Tuscan style of architecture creating an Old World European flavor embracing “impressively spacious two-story homes of 3,087 to 4,080 square feet offering up to 5 bedrooms plus a Casita with bath and 2-car garages. The flexibility of the floor plans invites dramatic personalizing with tech centers, dens, offices, galleries, libraries, retreats and more! Gated Porticos, courtyards and loggias create outdoor living spaces that encourage entertaining, relaxation and enjoyment. Sienna truly embraces family traditions, creating a long-awaited sense of perfect welcome,” according to the builder, Standard Pacific.
The Sienna neighborhood is set in an idyllic backdrop of acres of open space, surrounded by the hills, valleys, and mountains both near and beyond. This highly acclaimed builder offers four architecturally elegant and innovative floor plans and two alternative floor plans with distinctive features and functionality that invites expression and personality within each thoughtfully designed plan. For more information on this community click here.Read More ▾
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