It is a well-established community which was constructed on Southern California principles in mid 1960s. It encompasses areas of Deerfield, Ranch and Heritage Park etc. it is located in center of Irvine. Mature landscaping, tree lined streets, open spaces and more than six groomed parks give the community cozy ambiance. Demands of dining shopping and entertainment can be fulfilled at four known shopping plazas namely Heritage Plaza, Culver Plaza Shopping center, Arbor Village Center and Orange Tree Square Shopping Center.
Blended location aging gracefully
It has been preferred by family for decades because of it low crime rate, walkability, open spaces and high rated schools. Camino Real Elementary, Santiago Hills Elementary, Deerfield Elementary, Sierra Vista Middle School, Green Tree Elementary, Venado Middle School and Irvine High School are exemplary educational institutes. There are fifteen sub-tracts offering condos to single family residences and similar diversity is visible in residents who come from different backgrounds, all kinds of ethnicities and depict all sorts of interests which is indeed true trait of Irvine Ranch. The historic Heritage Plaza and Heritage Park Library are proud parts of El Camino Real.
It is situated in North of Irvine and is next to the Santa Ana I-5 Freeway. El Camino Real covers the area from Culver Drive to Jeffrey Road and Irvine Center Drive. It borders Oak Creek Golf Course to the southeast.
What makes it Desirable?
It offers maturity and convenience yet it is one of the most affordable areas of Irvine with low HOA dues and no mello roos tax. Decades have only added to its distinctiveness.