There are three two-story floor plans, ranging from 158 to 188 square meters, three to four bedrooms, two and one half to three baths, 2-bay garages, with numerous design touches for beauty and practicality. Every buyer receives Lennar’s Everything's Included® package which is an exclusive offering from Lennar, containing thousands of dollars in extras simply included with each home, offering great value and the latest in luxury, technology and efficiency. Some of the features included are GE® stainless steel appliances with refrigerator, Caesarstone kitchen countertops, beautiful cabinetry with soft close hinges throughout, energy-efficient tankless water heaters and Nexia Home Intelligence home automation. Nexia features remote home management, providing control over home comfort, efficiency and security from anywhere. In addition, these homes are powered by state-of-the art solar systems provided by Sunstreet Energy Group™.
Community Highlights : There is a community center with library and with meeting room. There are also greenbelts and parks, picnic area, along with playground areas, barbecue area and a place for light outdoor dining. In addition, there are spa, sport courts and a swimming pool with lounging area. Plus, a homeowner’s association will assist with community concerns or issues. The nearby Orange County Performing Arts Center attracts people from all surrounding areas as do the many scenic parks, open space and hiking trails.
Sometimes called the “OC,” Orange County is distinguished by vibrant, dynamic beach towns and located approximately a one-hour drive south of Los Angeles and a two-hour drive north of San Diego. Encompassing 34 cities in mostly suburban settings, the county is the third most populous in California and the sixth most populous in the U.S. The county’s largest city is Irvine. More than one in three county residents are of Hispanic origin, and approximately 30 percent of residents were born outside the U.S. With more than 42 miles (68 kilometers) of coastline and pleasant weather, Orange County is often referred to as the “California Riviera.” Aside from typical activities, the beaches offer opportunities for whale watching and dolphin safaris. The county also has more than 59,000 acres (24,000 hectares) of regional and wilderness parks, nature preserves and historical sites, along with the beaches. For example, within Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, there are more than 30 miles (48 kilometers) of official trails. The popularity of the area results not only from scenic beauty, a pleasant lifestyle and numerous recreational options, but also the county’s cultural scene. This includes Broadway-style musicals, international operas, innovative dance productions.