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February 2017

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The city of Irvine began when a Scottish Irish immigrant started ranching and farming for the Gold Rush miners. In 1894, his son expanded the farmland, and more food production meant more community needs, like schools and churches and public services. The original master plan, led by UCI architect William Pereira, constructed a number of townships, or villages, at the same time, keeping all community amenities a short distance away. Very quickly, an affinity for the hybrid Spanish Mediterranean style rose in Irvine, a nod to its rich Spanish history and ideal for the warm California climate. 

Among this beautiful housing style, nestled in Northwood Pointe, visitors are struck by the prestigious gated RoseGate community, surrounded on all sides by

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