Situated between Santa Ana and Irvine in Orange County is the city of Tustin, which was established during the 1870s on land that was part of the larger Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana. The city is known for its outstanding schools, lovely communities with affordable real estate, and convenient location of amenities within Orange County.
Homes in Tustin often have bigger than average yards and are located in neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, hence the city’s nickname, “The City of Trees.” Single-family residences are the norm here, including ranch-style homes, country club homes, and sprawling estate properties, along with townhouses and condominiums. Old Town Tustin has many beautifully preserved vintage homes in various classic styles like Craftsman or Queen Anne. Tustin Ranch is an upscale master planned community developed by the Irvine Company and is located on the eastern portion of the city. Tustin Legacy is another planned community being developed on the former Marine Corps Air Station; over 1,680 homes have already been completed, with plans calling for an additional 2,100 homes.
Located on Main Street and El Camino Real, Old Town Tustin showcases historic homes and buildings that date back to the 1880s. The Tustin Area Historical Society Museum is also here, featuring exhibits and photographs that showcase the city’s rich history.
For shopping enthusiasts, Tustin has got you covered. There’s The Market Place along Jamboree Road, an outdoor shopping center with more than 120 shops and restaurants, including anchor stores like Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Lowe’s, The Home Depot, Target, Toys “R” Us, along with Edwards Theatres. Enderle Center on the corner of East 17th Street and Yorba Street offers high-end shopping with over 20 shops, restaurants, and services. The Jamestown Village Center in Old Town Tustin provides a quaint, relaxing ambience and unique merchandise like antiques, health food and other services. Finally, The District at Tustin Legacy is a one-million-sq.-ft. lifestyle and retail center featuring anchor stores like Costco, Lowe’s, Petsmart, and Target, plus a diverse range of speciality shops, dining establishments, and services. In addition, there’s a 14-screen theater from AMC, a 30-lane bowling center, and Union Market Tustin, an artisanal marketplace of independent gourmet food, fashion and lifestyle.
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