Woodbury is a neighborhood of Irvine, California, located from Irvine Boulevard to Trabuco Road, between Jeffrey Road and Sand Canyon Avenue. Within the community, there are eight neighborhood parks and five neighborhood gardens. Parks feature swimming pools, tot-lots, and basketball courts, and are scattered throughout the community. In the heart of Woodbury is the Commons, a 30 Acre Social gathering spot, with a community park, an elementary school, and a 9-acre private recreational facility, with four tennis courts, a basketball court, a beach volleyball court, three swimming pools, a water garden, and a great lawn.
Woodbury also has a shopping center attached to the community, Woodbury Towne Center. It features a Ralphs supermarket, Trader Joe's, Home Depot, HomeGoods and Walgreens Pharmacy. It also has a variety of eateries, such as Starbucks, Chipotle, Subway, Carl's Jr., Chick-fil-A, Panera Bread, Niko Niko Sushi and The Counter. In addition, there is a Chevron gas station, LA Fitness, AT&T Mobility, Cox Communications Store, Orange County's Credit Union, Bank of America, Chase, Wells Fargo, Elite Fitness Tae Kwon Do, and Great Foundations Montessori.
As of August 2009, there are approximately 4,270 homes within Woodbury. Architectural styles include Monterey, Cottage, Tuscan, Formal Italian and French, Spanish, Provence and Santa Barbara. Woodbury Town Center features elements of Romanesque Revival architecture. Woodbury is designed around The Commons, a 30-acre (120,000 m2) space at the center of the community featuring a large community building, a park and recreational amenities including swimming pools and tennis courts.
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