Tustin, but Irvine Schools

Beginning of the year, I wrote an article about Irvine homes that fall under Tustin School District, or sometimes under Santa Ana School District. But, there are homes in Tustin that are served by Irvine School District too. The area is Tustin Field.

Tustin Field is a community in the 92782 zip code of Tustin. 61.1% of the housing inventory is owned, 34.8% is rented. Annual residential turnover is 57% and 12% of the community is in more than five years of residency. About 80% of the community has college education. 77% is white collared, and 23% is blue collared workforce. Median income is $108,431. Overall crime rate is 0.8, below the national average of 1. The nearest shopping center for Tustin Field is The District.

Today, we will look at two properties around 3000 SF in Tustin Field.

16603 Sonora St, Tustin CA 92782:

1334 Sun Dial Drive Tustin, CA 92782

Floor Plan available here

Address

16603 Sonora St

Tustin, CA 92782

1334 Sun Dial Dr

Tustin, CA 92982

Listing Price

$1,050,000

$869,000

Beds/ Bath

5 Beds/ 4 Bath

4 Beds/ 3.5 Bath

SF Area

2975 SF

2945 SF

Price/ SF

$353 /SF

$295 /SF

Year Built

2006

2005

Schools

Elementary School: Stone Creek Elementary,

2 Stone Creek So, Irvine

Middle School: Lakeside Middle School,

3 Lemon Grass, Irvine

High School: Woodbridge High School,

2 Meadow Brook, Irvine

Previous Sale

Jul, 2006: $1,367,000

Oct, 2008: $845,000

Aug, 2005: $1,034,500

Jan, 2010: $830,000

Building Information

Tract Name: Westborne

Tract Code: WEST, 1

Tract Name: Bennetts Place

Tract Code: BENP, B

HOA Dues

$185

$150

Down Payment (20%)

$210,000

$173,800

Monthly Mortgage

(30 YR Fixed, 3.875%)

$3,950

$3,269

Mello Roos

$7,652 Annually

$8,323 Annually

Property Tax

$9,640 Annually

$3,595 Annually

Monthly Mello-Roos+Tax

$1,441 Monthly

$993

Fixed monthly cost of Owning

$5,576

$4,412

Would you buy in Tustin Field?

The area is surrounded by major streets like Jamboree and Harvard. Marine Corps Air Station is in the vicinity and it was in use until 1999. The train passes through the area. The potential effects of air pollution and ground pollution in the area have been discussed in the media and Talk Irvine before. Would these factors affect your decision?

Share your thoughts with us. Discuss below or on Talk Irvine.

One thought on “Tustin, but Irvine Schools”

  1. The Tustin area of Columbus Grove (bordered by Harvard, Warner and Moffett is also serviced by IUSD.

    Included with the cons mentioned for Tustin Field, there is also the noise from Jamboree, the water channel, the nearby waste management facility and the concrete crushing place (noise).

    But the homes there are discounted greatly compared to other newer areas of Irvine and some of them have really nice floorplans.

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