Portola Springs

Portola Springs is a refreshing assortment of different places, each defined by the character of the land. Some hilly, some flat. Some more closely knit, others more open and roomy. What frames them is the strong presence of Lomas Ridge and the surrounding open space. This is a village with a more relaxed feel, set off by a buffer zone of native habitat and agricultural lands on all sides – it’s close to, but removed from, the beaten path.

The design for Portola Springs includes five enclaves – each with its own unique flavor – surrounding a rambling community park and charming village retail center where residents can gather for alfresco dining, shopping and socializing. A proposed pedestrian bridge and a series of footpaths and trails will link the retail center to open spaces and the community park. Residential architectural styles reflect the village’s rustic character and include Monterey, Spanish Colonial, Santa Barbara, Tuscan, Northern Italian and Provencal.

Despite its off-the-beaten path atmosphere, Portola Springs is hardly remote. Portola Parkway and the CA-133 and 241 toll roads make everything in Irvine and nearby communities minutes away.

For more information on Portola Springs, please visit VillagesofIrvine.com.

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Fast Facts

  • Size of village site – 1,070 acres
  • Number of Community Parks – One
  • Number of Neighborhood Parks – 18
  • Number of pools in Neighborhood Parks – 6
  • Miles of windrows preserved – Two miles

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