Floral Park

Heliotrope. Greenleaf. Bonnie Brae. Even the streets sound nice. Floral Park is the kind of neighborhood that represents the paradox of a bygone era. We get it…you’re looking for something quiet. A refuge of calmness in a world beset with things that are anything but. However, you don’t want isolationist solitude. You want a neighborhood — the real kind. A place where many of the houses have names, neighbors know each other, and people get together to form a community. And that’s what Floral Park is all about. Oh yeah, and the houses are awesome! There are historical homes of every genre, most of them built in the late 1920s through the 1930s. You’ll also find the largest collection of two story Spanish revival homes in Orange County. Many visitors have described Floral Park as a mini San Marino. Yup, it’s that nice. But it’s also very convenient, with easy access to downtown Santa Ana and the 17th Street commercial corridor.

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