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Residence Two at Luna - A Homebuyer Favorite at the Village of Portola Springs in Irvine

IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/14 -- Luna's Residence Two by California Pacific Homes continues to be a popular choice among homebuyers seeking an amazing value on a contemporary courtyard home within the naturally tranquil setting of the Village of Portola Springs® in Irvine.

"Luna's Residence Two is the ideal choice for individuals or growing families that desire well designed living spaces and modern amenities with all the advantages of an Irvine address," said Leslie Stillman, Vice President, Sales & Marketing and Design Center for California Pacific Homes. "From beautiful exteriors to spacious and accommodating interiors, the Residence Two is innovatively crafted for comfort, style and function."

This 1,460 square foot home offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and an open living room that flows seamlessly into the kitchen and dining areas. Perfect for casual family meals or entertaining friends, the chef-inspired kitchen features granite countertops, a generous kitchen island, white Thermafoil cabinetry and desirable Bosch stainless steel appliances.

The second level features a master bedroom suite with a roomy walk-in closet; spacious secondary bedrooms; laundry room and flexible loft space that can be utilized as a study area or home office. This Luna home also includes a private fenced yard and a 2-car garage with direct interior access.

Homebuyers who are interested in Luna's Residence Two are encouraged to visit the Luna sales office for more details.

Luna's floorplans currently range from approximately 1,460 to 1,796 square feet, with 3 bedrooms plus loft in select plans, 2.5 to 3.5 baths and 2-car attached garages with direct access. Prices start from the high $500,000s. Luna is conveniently located near major toll roads and Irvine's retail and business destinations as well as top schools in the acclaimed Irvine Unified School District. For additional information, visit Luna today or register your interest at www.calpacifichomes.com.

The Village of Portola Springs®, within the Villages of Irvine®, offers residents a community unlike any other, with sweeping views of Loma Ridge and vast expanses of protected open space. Close to a variety of amenities designed to make the most of the pristine natural environment, Portola Springs features beautiful homes in an array of inspired architectural styles that are just minutes from the region's premier shopping, dining and entertainment.

Created by Irvine Company Community Development, the Village of Portola Springs is located in the City of Irvine. The City of Irvine was recently ranked by Money Magazine as the "6th Best Place to Live in America." The highly acclaimed master-planned community is renowned for allowing residents to enjoy a unique lifestyle unmatched in the region - some of the best schools in the state; America's safest city for nine straight years; abundant open space, parks and recreational opportunities; and world-class dining, entertainment and employment. For more information about the Villages of Irvine, visit www.VillagesofIrvine.com

California Pacific Homes is a landmark homebuilder comprised of forward thinkers who possess the capacity and intuition to design and deliver inventive new neighborhoods in the most desirable locations. Driven by innovation and a fresh approach, the art and expertise of homebuilding is elevated to the next level by consistently introducing extraordinary new home opportunities to the Southern California marketplace. For more information, please visit www.calpacifichomes.com.

To visit Luna, take the north or southbound I-5 Freeway, exit at Sand Canyon Avenue and turn left. Proceed to Portola Parkway and turn right and continue to Portola Springs and turn left. Follow the signs to the Luna Sales Office and Model Homes. The Sales Office and Model Homes are open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please call 949.387.5919.

Prices, product type and availability are subject to change without notice.

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