Eastwood Village

Experience a welcoming and social village lifestyle, where pathways invite connection from one neighborhood to the next, and robust recreation brings opportunities for fun and adventure. Brand new homes, trails, pools and the new elementary school make Eastwood one of Irvine’s most popular villages.

  • Walk to Eastwood Elementary School
  • Easy Access to the Jeffrey Open Space Trail via the Convenient Underpass
  • Resort-Style Recreation to Swim, Play and Picnic

Nearby Shopping Centers

Orchard Hills™ residents will have the opportunity to attend award-winning schools* within either the acclaimed Irvine or Tustin Unified School Districts, from kindergarten through the milestone of high school graduation. Quality education is the cornerstone of any community, and these remarkable schools provide students with access to signature academic programs, the experience of a challenging curriculum and exceptional teachers whose highest priority is student achievement.

Woodbury Town Center

Located at Irvine Boulevard and Sand Canyon Avenue, Woodbury Town Center features an array of convenient stores, restaurants and services. The shopping and dining options include Ralphs Fresh Fare, Trader Joe’s, Home Depot, HomeGoods, First Class Pizza, Wells Fargo Bank, LA Fitness and Casey’s Cupcakes. Visit Center Website 

Irvine Spectrum Center

Irvine Spectrum Center is one of Orange County’s most energized retail experiences. As one of Southern California’s most popular shopping and dining destinations, it offers more than 130 retail stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Visit Center Website 

Orchard Hills Shopping Center

Residents can enjoy the convenient location and proximity of Orchard Hills Shopping Center. Designed with gathering places and outdoor dining, the center reflects elements of Northern Italy with a casual, rustic elegance, creating an ideal location for retailers and restaurateurs. The center is anchored by Pavilions, CVS Pharmacy, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, McDonald’s, Chico’s, Chevron, and LePort Montessori School.

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Cypress Village Shopping Center

Residents have a one-stop shopping destination within walking distance at Cypress Village Shopping Center. Located at Jeffrey Road near Roosevelt, the community shopping center features an array of convenient stores, restaurants, and services. The shopping and dining options range from Albertson’s, Kohl’s, Starbucks Coffee, Wells Fargo Bank, Subway, Optimum Dentistry, People Optical and more.

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Eastwood Village Schools

Eastwood Elementary School

Designed to meet the highest educational standards, this new addition to the acclaimed Irvine School District, serves students from Eastwood Village. The new elementary school is conveniently located in the village center, so families can walk and bike to school. Continuing Irvine’s tradition of education excellence, the state-of-the-art campus features the latest educational technologies including dedicated music classrooms, innovation labs, design labs, a kindergarten play area, large outdoor play field and student collaboration spaces across all grades.

Sierra Vista Middle School

Sierra Vista is ranked among California’s top 10 percent of middle schools and offers 7th and 8th graders a dynamic, challenging curriculum and the opportunity to participate in art programs, intramural sports and leadership activities. Sierra Vista has a comprehensive science curriculum, which is a two-year program emphasizing the process of inquiry and experimentation while integrating the major themes of energy, evolution, patterns of change, scale and structure, stability, systems and interactions. Science instruction is delivered through an activity-based, hands-on approach.

Northwood High School

Orchard Hills residents can appreciate the proximity of Northwood High School. Northwood High School embraces a collaborative model in which teachers dissolve the boundaries that traditionally separate classrooms and disciplines and work together to write and refine the curriculum. The physical structure of the school supports this spirit of collaboration. Every four classrooms are joined together by an adjacent student workroom; the student workrooms or “pods” allow teachers and students from different disciplines to open the doors of their classrooms and interact.