A city with many flavors from the old town original city of Orange with its early century residences, plaza, antique stores and upscale restaurants, to its newer estates and gated communities to the East.
Leading hospital of University of California Irvine, Childrens Hospital, Western Medical Center, USC Chapman Hospital and famous St. Josphs hospital.
If your budget is a starter home, a multi million dollar mansion or equestrian estate, Orange has it all.!! Great schools, private and public, community colleges and world known Chapman University a major force in legal, business and film education.
Here you will find a bustling and growing city with something for everyone, adjoining the Angels Stadium of Anaheim and the Ducks Arrowhead Pond, plus Disneyland and Knotts berry farm. A central shopping mall Main Place at Orange, the Blcok of Orange and the Mall of Orange for shopping. Many restaurants, small and international businesses including financial and tech centers.
Many internationally known hotels and close to the Orange County Airport, 405, 55,22,91 freeways and transportation toll roads which afford easy access to anywhere you want to go in Southern California. An old fashioned rail station with a state of the art train and bus transportation system.
Parks, trails and sports facilities abound. Some spectacular views can be enjoyed from the hills surrounding the city. Equestrian facilities and close proximity to golf courses, a small zoo and a wild life sanctuary are all within minutes reach. Many famous sports figures, actors/actresses and authors have lived or presently live here with the famous Dean Koontz basing many of his novels in his beloved city of Orange.Read More ▾
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