Sunday, March 6, 2011

Turtle Rock at Irvine Real Estate Update

Turtle Rock village 

Turtle Rock Village at Irvine has for years been one of the most sought after residential communities in Orange County with about 3,400 homes. Explore Turtle Rock

Turtle Rock is located in the hills within a mile to the University of California Irvine campus and a shorter distance from the most popular and highly decorated public schools.

Turtle Rock had just 4 homes sold and closed escrow during February 2011. Trock homes sold Feb. 2011

Average sold price was $1,062,500, and average time on market was 104 days.

February was slow last year February 2010 also at Turtle Rock, where 3 sold homes with average price of $922,633.

See Turtle Rock single family home listings active link.

15 Turtle Rock homes were sold during the past 3 months ending February 28, 2011, with average sold price of $999,400.

Turtle Rock propertiesWhen you visit at Turtle Rock Irvine for home shopping, be prepared that not so many are on the market these days.

 See Turtle Rock condo home listings with this active link.

People love to live and visit at Turtle Rock, such a beautiful and safe place, with two of the most highly decorated public elementary schools in the area. 

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Source: Southern California Multiple Listing Service.  This is for information only.

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