Vicara: The Newest Neighborhood 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.
The newest neighborhood in the Village of Quail Hill, Vicara, first opened for residents in the 2004. Built by Richmond American, this small community of 108 single family homes are exquisitely crafted in a Spanish Colonial, Proven/French Farmhouse, Tuscan Farmhouse and Monterrey architectural styles creating an Old World European flavor. The 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 with distinctive features and functionality that invites expression and personality within each thoughtfully designed plan.
“Enriched by Monterrey, Provence, Spanish Colonial and Tuscan architecture, Vicara’s single-level and two-story residences are available in four stunning floor plans sized from approximately 2,906 to 4,706 square feet of thoughtfully designed living space. Four to six bedrooms and four and one-half to five and one-half baths are featured in the various plans”, according to John Christensen’s news release for the Irvine Company in January of 2006. The various floor plans offer Casitas, great rooms, bonus rooms, exercise rooms, master retreats, and master bedrooms on the first floor per selected floor plans. For more information on this community click here.Read More ▾
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