Orange County Real Estate and Community Information
In 1986, 2,257 acres of the Irvine Ranch preserve were annexed and “Tustin Ranch” was created. The major usage of this land is the 7,000 homes already constructed. New schools are being developed as well as additional developments of the Marketplace. Tustin Ranch also has the 165-acre golf course. Also, 60 acres of open space consisting of Parks and recreational facilities. The old town area has many historical buildings and Victorian houses. If driving down some of the streets, or walking, you can notice the historical past, and just imagine what life must have been like. Tustin has an excellent schooling system in place; test scores have indicated that it is a good school district, and the large number of educated scholars has attracted a large percentage of professional people to the area. Although, homes, schools, shopping centers have replaced most citrus orchards, there still are wild eucalyptus trees, oak trees, and wild life hiking areas within the vicinity. So, Tustin continues to be known as the “city of trees”.
Tustin Ranch Golf Club- http://www.tustinranchgolf.com/