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Expectations Soar for The Christopher Collection in Westminster

WESTMINSTER, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/07/14 -- For the first time in over a decade, a luxurious new home community will arrive in the city of Westminster by renown homebuilder and developer Christopher Homes. Christopher Homes is a local, privately held company with a 40-year history of building new homes and master-planned communities throughout Southern California. Founder, President and CEO Christopher Gibbs is directly responsible for building more than 15,000 new homes including the master planned communities of Huntington SeaCliff in Huntington Beach, Westridge in La Habra and Rosedale in the San Gabriel Valley.

Recognized as one of Southern California's premier builders, Christopher Homes presents The Christopher Collection, a stunning, gated enclave of single-family detached homes that will bring a level of refinement never before seen in Westminster. Set in a desirable location at Bolsa Avenue and Brookhurst Street, these spacious two-story residences will be meticulously designed with authentic Spanish, Italian and St. Augustine architectural details and will feature three distinctive floor plans spanning up to 2,659 square feet with superior appointments both inside and out. With a debut date expected later this year and prices anticipated from the high $700,000s, interested homebuyers are encouraged to join the Interest List at www.TheChristopherCollection.com to stay apprised of important news and updates.

"The Christopher Collection is poised to be truly different than anything homebuyers are accustomed to in Westminster," said Jaime Todd, Director of Sales and Marketing for Christopher Homes. "The sophistication, quality and attention to architectural detail are incomparable, and prospective owners will find that the value for this level of luxury is exceptional."

The Christopher Collection's residences are thoughtfully crafted with spacious interiors and elegant appointments to accommodate lifestyles that range from growing families to multi-generational buyers. "Christopher Gibbs personally oversaw and refined the design of each home's floor plan and exterior elevation," added Todd. "Mr. Gibbs' life-long passion is to combine the architectural richness of traditional Southern California home styles with contemporary floor plan designs sought after by today's sophisticated and demanding buyers. Our goal is to create great communities by delivering quality-built homes that present exceptional long term value for our future homeowners. We are very proud to present The Christopher Collection to the city of Westminster."

With three floor plans available spanning between approximately 2,193 and 2,659 square feet, each home design features 4 bedrooms, which includes the coveted convenience of a downstairs bedroom, as well as up to 3.5 baths. Homebuyers also have the option to add a covered California Room that will extend their living and entertainment area outdoors by an additional 150 to 180 square feet. Exquisite interior appointments round out the home's elegance with top-quality granite countertops and high-end stainless steel appliances, while the impressive exteriors include beautifully detailed European-style architecture and attractive, drought tolerant, front-yard landscaping.

Set in the vibrant city of Westminster, The Christopher Collection's location is ideal for families with access to top-rated public schools including Murdy Elementary School, McGarvin Intermediate School and La Quinta High School. Recreation opportunities surround the gated community with Bowling Green Park and Newcastle Park both within walking distance, while the popular cultural center of Little Saigon village is minutes away with fantastic bistros, bakeries, dining and shopping options. The I-405 freeway and CA-22 are also easily accessible, easing the burden of commuters.

Prices are effective as of the date of publication. Visit www.christopher-homes.com for more information.

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