Aug. 31, 2021
Great Park Ice and Five Point Arena is part of the OC Great Park. This 280,000 square foot ice and sports facility, serves as the training facility for the Anaheim Ducks. Several nationally ranked figure skaters, also call this arena home. There are four indoor ice rinks, three are regulation NHL size and one is regulation Olympic size. The ice arena has adult hockey leagues, figure skating, regional and national tournaments, open public skating, party rooms, classrooms, and seating for 2,500 attendees. In addition, there is a full-service restaurant, bar, café, and gym. For more information or to see all their offerings, see their website at: https://www.cityofirvine.org/orange-county-great-park/great-park-ice.
Corona del Mar is part of Newport Beach. Corona del Mar encompasses all the land on the sea side of the San Joaquin Hills and south Avocado Avenue to the city limits. Irvine Terrace, although north of Avocado Avenue, is still part of the Corona del Mar. Located at 409 De Sola Terrace, this 7,300 square foot home is part of the Corona Highlands development. This five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was built in 2016. The open floor planned home was designed by Chris Brandon. The kitchen features a two-story glass wine wall. Attention to detail can be seen in the oak flooring, use of marble and high-volume ceilings. The lower level is designed for entertaining with a bar and lounge area. There are far reaching views of the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island, city night lights and colorful sunsets. This home sits on an 8,800 square foot piece of property, with a cul-de-sac setting. Outdoors, the garden has a swimming pool and spa. Corona Highlands is north of the Pacific Coast Highway, giving it a high bluff setting. Residents are just a short distance to Newport Center, Fashion Island and Corona del Mar Village.
Shady Canyon is a group of three luxury residential developments in the Turtle Rock Village of the city of Irvine. This 800-acre development has a golf course and designated green space. Located at 29 Watercress, this 6,000 square foot home is part of the Shady Canyon Custom neighborhood. This five-bedroom, six-bathroom home was built in 2005. Attention to detail can be seen in the use of Venetian plaster, travertine, and wood floors. The gourmet kitchen features a large center island, sub-zero appliances, and stone countertops. The home and property have views of the golf course, surrounding canyons and hills. This home sits on a large 25,000 square foot piece of property with a cul-de-sac setting. Outside, homeowners will enjoy an infinity edge pool, spa, and gazebo. Residents are near the Turtle Rock Nature Center.