The Orange County Fairgrounds and Event Center is hosting an Outdoor Vintage Market. This is Orange County’s premiere vintage event. There will be over 150 vendors with tons of options for shopping. There will be vintage items, antique items, repurposed materials, European, farmhouse, industrial and handcrafted items for sale. This is a completely outdoor event, enter at gate 3, off of Fairview at Merrimac Way. The sale is open for one day only of Saturday, March 13th from 9am to 4pm. Admission is free, parking is $7. For more information see either of these websites: https://ocfair.com/event/flying-miz-daisy-vintage-market/?wcs_timestamp=1615626000https://www.flyingmizdaisy.com/
Corona del Mar is part of the city of Newport Beach. Corona del Mar is known locally as the CDM. Corona del Mar is Spanish for the “Crown of the Sea.” Located at 3521 Lilac Avenue, Unit #6 is 1,800 square feet and part of the Terracesdevelopment. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home was built in 1986. Guests enter the home through a gated courtyard. This condo unit is a one level home. The updated kitchen features white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and an island. Outdoors, homeowner will enjoy a view deck. There is an attached two car garage. The Terraces is a 55+ community. The Oasis Senior Center is next door, The Villages of Corona del Mar, Fashion Island golf and the beaches are just minutes away.
Costa Mesa is an Orange County city surrounded by Huntington Beach, Irvine, and Newport Beach. This is a 16 square mile city which was incorporated in 1953. Located at 1617 Aliso Avenue, this 1,800 square foot home is part of the Ranch development in Eastside Heights. This four-bedroom, two-bathroom home was built in 1969. This home features a formal living room and dining room. The updated kitchen has stainless steel appliances, quartz counter tops and newer cabinetry. This home sits on a 5,000 square foot piece of property, with a corner lot setting. Outdoors, homeowners will enjoy a large brick patio and enclosed and private back yard. Residents are just south of 17th Street, which offers wonderful dining and shopping options. The beach is just a ten-minute bike ride from this home. Students living here, attend Newport Heights Elementary School, Ensign Middle School and Newport Harbor High School.