May 24 2010

California West Communities Offers Something Different

by racheal

California West Communities Phase Four Releases

This weekend I was lucky enough to join the California West Communities festivities at Monteluz’s and Andalusia’s phase four releases at 4S Ranch. These San Diego new homes demonstrates elegances from the time you walk in the front door of one of their four floorplans, including their single story floorplan, which is the only single plan found in all of 4S Ranch master planned community.

Each floorplan meets the need of today’s homebuyers with flexible, open living spaces. 

California West Communities, CEO, Robert Thorne stated, “The floorplan’s flow as it relates to the useable space in the family area which is important so when you enter the home, you want to be able to get good visual, good perspective on how the house is going to function. We spent a lot of time understanding where people going to live in these homes --like in great rooms, living rooms and dining rooms. We made some of these areas oversized, the kitchens areas have large expansive islands, which interface with the dining areas as well as the great rooms, and then all of that flows to the outside. We want to make sure that the homesites are large enough to accommodate that kind of lifestyle.”

In fact both Monteluz and Andalusia new homes offer some of the largest yards at 4S Ranch, as Mr. Thorne continued, “We make sure the floorplans don’t eat up the entire homesite. Our back yards back here [at 4s Ranch] are between 30-35 feet and that is typical of our projects. Were not usually going to take a house, fill a whole lot with it and there is nothing left outside.”

California West Communities CEO Robert Thorne

With yards larger than what you typically find in a community as well as flexible, open rooms, these San Diego new homes by California West Communities, feel like they have been built to meet your personal needs. With standard granite kitchen counter-tops and stainless steel appliances, the home feels custom, and this is no accident, says Mr. Thorne.

“We get a lot of homes that feel different than some of our compotators. People tell us that our homes feel semi custom. I don’t know if that is the case, but again the perception becomes the reality. The buyers look and feel a certain way about a home, I guess that is what it is. Our goal to make ou homes feel different, to make them flow different, so they don’t look and feel like just another production house. We are trying to do something different.” 
California West Communities must be doing “something different,” for during the 3 hours I was there they sold out all but one home at their Monteluz community! 


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