Think of Old Town Tustin as an irresistible blend of charm and chic. Add a neighborhood of elegant and attractive townhomes designed to reflect the appeal of walkable Old Town and you’ve found an ideal place to call home.
The new community of Vintage at Old Town puts you just a short walk away from El Camino Real and close proximity to an exciting slate of Old Town Tustin’s vibrant event scene. That means sophisticated comfort at home and invigorating fun practically just outside the front door.
Old Town Tustin’s active community offers special events throughout the year. Here’s an overview of some of the happenings for 2019, all of which benefit local non-profit organizations and charities.
ANNUAL EVENTS TO ENJOY
Tustin Hangar Half Marathon & 5K
Sunday March 3
Put on your running shoes to benefit a local nonprofit or charity of your choice! The Half Marathon and 5K races start in the historic and rarely open Tustin blimp hangar and continues through The Marketplace and the tree-lined streets of historic Old Town Tustin. At least 15% of all race registration fees go to nonprofits and charities.
Tustin Easter Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast
Saturday April 20
Treat the kids to this fun and free event, sponsored by the City of Tustin Parks and Recreation Department. Enjoy a pancake breakfast and a variety of Easter events such as the Egg Hunt for kids up to 9 years old, free candy filled eggs, and photos with the Easter Bunny!
Community Yard Sale
Saturday April 27
Give your house a spring cleaning and set aside stuff you no longer want to sell at the Yard Sale, presented by the City of Tustin Parks and Recreation Department. The popular event will be held 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Tustin Area Senior Center Parking Lot in Old Town Tustin.
Saturday, May 18
Indulge your taste buds at the 10th Annual Tustin Lobsterfest, where you can enjoy unlimited whole lobster. Sponsored by the Tustin Santa Ana Rotary, the Lobsterfest donates all proceeds to support the organization’s projects and charities. The event features live music by the Shady Street Band.
Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off
Sunday June 2
In its 35th year, the annual event is held in Old Town Tustin and centers around the Chili Cook-Off. While you’re there you can partake in salsa competitions, craft booths, non-profit and commercial food vendors, family friendly contests, carnival attractions, entertainment and wine and beer booths.
4th of July Celebration
Celebrate Independence Day in a big way at the Tustin High School Football Field. You’ll enjoy music, fireworks and festivities. Bring a blanket for a picnic on the grass or arrive early to sit on the bleachers.
Tustin Tiller Days
October 4, 5 & 6
Held every year since 1957, Tustin Tiller Days is three days of celebration at Columbus Tustin Park in honor of Orange County agricultural heritage. Local non-profit organizations receive a portion of proceeds from admission fees. The family-friendly event will feature a parade, games, carnival rides, live entertainment, food and drinks, the Sports Zone, Backyard Brewfest, contests and more!
Old Town Tustin Art Walk
The annual Old Town Tustin Art Walk on Main Street and El Camino Real in historic Old Town Tustin. The one-day fine arts celebration is free to the public. Take in the displays of work by local artists including paintings, sculpture, drawings, ceramics, mixed media, jewelry and mixed media. There will also be live music, wine tasting, a beer garden, kids art activities and much more.
Totally Tustin Food & Wine Festival
Savor delicious food, sip fine wines and dance to live music at The Hangars. The tasty evening, an annual event presented by the Tustin Chamber of Commerce and City of Tustin, features cuisine from the top restaurants in Tustin and an array of wine and beer provided by event sponsors and local breweries.
Annual Holiday Home Tour & Boutique
The home and garden tour and boutique is sponsored lets you privately tour participating homes on your own schedule on the day of the event. Lunch, included in the ticket price, will be served at the Clifton Miller Community Center. The popular event is sponsored by the non-profit CHOC Children’s pediatric health network
The Allure of Vintage at Old Town
Centrally located in Old Town Tustin, Vintage at Old Town gives residents a low-maintenance village lifestyle with an urban twist. Amenities will include a recreation center with a resort-style clubhouse and pool. Choose from smartly designed 2 and 3-story attached townhomes that reflect Cottage, Spanish, Craftsman and Farmhouse architectural styling. When complete, the community will feature 140 townhomes.
- 2 & 3-story townhomes
- 1,386 to 2,158 sq. ft.
- 3 & 4 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths
- Open-concept design
- Outdoor living areas
- Work/live office space on first floor
These enchanting residences also come with no Mello Roos taxes and low HOA. FHA financing is available.
Excellent Orange County Location
Vintage at Old Town is a short drive to employment hubs, convenient to I-5 and I-55. Commutes to Irvine, Anaheim and South Coast Metro are fast and easy, and LA County is just 30 miles away.
Top Schools for Kids
If you have school-aged children, you’ll appreciate that living at Vintage at Old Town lets your kids attend Helen Estock Elementary, Columbus Middle School and Tustin High School.
Modern Living at Vintage at Old Town
Find out if Vintage at Old Town Tustin is where you’ll find your next new home. Check out the floor plans and homes for sale and imagine being able to walk to Old Town. Then come visit and see for yourself. This could be the lifestyle you’ve been dreaming about.