Van Daele Homes is pleased to announce its newest Irvine community, Sevilla at Portola Springs®. This unique collection of 53 detached homes will celebrate a grand opening in late November. Prices are anticipated to begin from the mid to upper $500,000s. An interest list is now forming for this exciting and attainable new community located in one of Irvine’s most highly desirable villages.
Portola Springs® is secluded in the foothills of Irvine, yet situated within minutes of all the conveniences and shopping that Irvine residents are accustomed to. Within a few short steps of the newest Van Daele Homes community is Lomas Valley Park, boasting a Jr. Olympic pool, cabanas, a tot lot playground, basketball courts, a community recreation center and barbecue picnic areas.
Van Daele has planned the Sevilla neighborhood as a charming arrangement of homes on private motor court streets. Distinctive architectural themes are inspired by Tuscan, Spanish or Early California influences. Home interiors are equally impressive with two-story designs accentuated by 9-foot ceilings on upper and lower levels. The homes range in size from 1,660 to 2,077 square feet with three to four bedrooms and up to three full bathrooms. Van Daele has designed the floorplans for lifestyles that flow seamlessly from indoor great rooms to outdoor patios, balconies and an optional open-air California room in the Plan 1.
The Sevilla homes are also designed with energy efficiency in mind as part of Van Daele’s commitment to its Efficient by Design® program and its participation in Irvine’s Build it Green® Program. Efficient by Design® elements featured in all homes include tankless water heaters, dual-glazed, super low-E vinyl windows, an Energy Star® dishwasher, and fresh air fans, all of which are installed with efficiency and conservation in mind.
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