Central Park West
The wonderfully modern and brand new Central Park West neighborhood brings the most desirable elements of urban living to suburban Orange County.
“I think the whole urban concept is what people have really grasped onto,” says Jeff Caughren, a real estate agent for HOM Sotheby’s International Realty. “Being close to work and being able to walk to fine dining and shopping and not have to get in their car, I think that is the setting people are most interested in.”
Besides being the area specialist and doing the top sales prices at Central West Park, Caughren also owns two units in the neighborhood himself.
“So I am fully invested,” he says, “and I want to maintain and create value for all Central Park West homeowners.”
UPSCALE, BIG-CITY LIVING
Harkening to big-city living in concept, Central Park West features metropolitan architecture and upscale, city-style parks.
“There are townhomes ranging from just under 1,300 square feet to luxury flats that are up to 2,500 square feet, all one level,” says Caughren.
The neighborhood borrows names from the famed neighborhoods of New York City (Astoria, SoHo, Manhattan) and features walkways that connect each of them, with all of it built around the neighborhood’s 2.2-acre centerpiece, Central Park.
The park and clubhouse offer luxury amenities, including basketball courts, a resort-style saline swimming pool, children’s wading pool, spa-like treatment rooms, men’s and women’s locker rooms, outdoor terrace, lounge with bar and fireplace, catering kitchen, outdoor Jacuzzis and a barbeque pavilion.
“We also have a state-of-the-art gym, which has Pilate rooms, stretching rooms…and there is also an all-purpose room where you can have catered-in parties, outdoor parties,” Caughren says. “It really is an oasis within Central Park West itself.”
The parks contribute to the creation of a lush landscape amidst municipal buildings, making this neighborhood unlike any other living space in Orange County. And it isn’t just the amenities within Central Park West that contribute to its cultivation of the metropolitan lifestyle.
Conveniently located near John Wayne Airport, UCI, South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island and the Orange County Performing Arts Center, homeowners have the best in Orange County dining, shopping and culture just within reach. And a quick drive will have you right at Southern California’s biggest attraction: the coast.
Currently there is even a bridge proposed on the corner of Michelson to make all the surrounding services even more accessible.
“It will go over Jamboree so people can actually walk to all the shopping and dining,” says Caughren.
There is also proposed commercial and retail space coming soon, giving residents even less reason to ever leave home.
“Location is number one,” Caughren says. “It is really centralized to all of these fine areas.”
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