|By Marketwired .||
|January 21, 2014 07:46 PM EST||
AZUSA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/21/14 -- Incredible sales success at Wisteria by Christopher Homes has prompted yet another phase release on Saturday, February 1st in Rosedale, one of the country's top-selling master-planned communities. Showcasing luxurious single-family homes that include spacious indoor/outdoor living areas, dual master suites and private, attached casitas, prospective homebuyers are encouraged to take advantage of Wisteria's newest selection of homes starting from the $700,000s. Be sure to start the pre-qualifying process at www.livewisteria.com first to ensure your best chance at buying your dream home in a desirable setting.
"Wisteria is one of Azusa's true success stories, connecting with homebuyers seeking magnificent new architecture in a vibrant community," said Jaime Todd, Director of Sales and Marketing for Christopher Homes. "In addition to our newest phase offering on February 1st, Wisteria also has limited opportunities on move-in ready homes, with select floorplans featuring stunning upgrades, view locations and cul-de-sac settings. Homebuyers interested in this coveted Azusa address are invited to visit Wisteria, tour the professionally decorated models and register on the website to have their name added to the priority list for first notification of future releases."
Set amidst the dramatic surroundings of Rosedale, Wisteria presents an intimate enclave of 68 new homes. Finely detailed residences range from approximately 2,887 to 3,548 square feet, with 4 to 6 bedrooms, up to 5.5 baths and 2-car garages with storage. Various plans offer an attached private casita and large secondary bedrooms, including some with ensuite baths.
Homebuyers who desire the freedom and flexibility to shape their home will find Wisteria's first-level bedroom suites and convenient home offices, along with upstairs lofts and bonus rooms ideal spaces as their needs change. Wisteria's Residence 2 and 2X offer a standard downstairs master bedroom suite that will delight homebuyers who favor this desirable first-floor convenience, while the Residence 2X also showcases a second master bedroom suite upstairs. Residence 3 offers an approximate 360 square-foot, private three-room casita just steps from the activity core of the home, an outstanding layout for families with college students or relatives living with them.
Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, amidst 518 sprawling acres, including 290 acres set aside for open space, Rosedale offers a classic environment of walkable new home neighborhoods amid a backdrop of park and plaza spaces. Recreational activity includes The Resort, a 4,500 square-foot private clubhouse and two-acre recreation center, the future 5.5-acre Promenade Park and nine neighborhood parks. Situated near the I-10 and 210 Corridor, Rosedale is a tranquil retreat that is easily accessible to urban Los Angeles. The future Metro Gold Line boarding station slated for completion in late 2015 will also provide another transportation option and will be within walking distance for residents of Rosedale. Inspired by the past with its focus on the future, Rosedale is the newest and finest master-planned community for brand new home living in the San Gabriel Valley. For more details, please visit www.LiveRosedale.com.
Christopher Development Group and Christopher Homes are privately held companies with offices in Newport Beach, California. They have a 40-year history of building new homes and master-planned communities throughout Southern California. Founder, President and CEO Christopher Gibbs has been directly responsible for more than 15,000 new homes with credits for the Huntington SeaCliff planned communities in Huntington Beach, Westridge in La Habra, Torrey Hills and Santaluz in San Diego. Christopher Homes is currently building coastal luxury townhomes at Pacific Shores in Huntington Beach from the $700,000s to the mid $1 millions. Christopher Homes is known for residential building excellence. Visit www.christopher-homes.com for more information.
To visit Wisteria's Models and Sales Center from Pasadena, travel the I-210 east and from San Bernardino and Riverside counties, take the I-210 west. Exit Azusa Avenue and head north into the foothills. Turn right on Sierra Madre Ave., then turn right again on Vosburg Drive and follow the signs. Wisteria is open Monday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 626-804-7600.
Prices are effective as of the date of publication.
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