November 22 2011

Monet at Otay Ranch: Is it for Your Family?

by racheal

Monet Plan 2 Kitchen

Do home builders who construct homes near the coast know how to build for real families like yours? Many do. One example is Pacific Coast Communities, the brains behind a unique villa neighborhood at Otay Ranch called Monet. Here, in the village of Hillsborough neighborhood at Monet, there are porches, white picket fences, private courtyards, and French Country architecture – features that were included with families like yours in mind.

Of course, families come in all shapes and sizes, so the homes of Monet are available in varying dimensions. Choose from anything from a 1,000 square feet cozy carriage home to a 1,368 square feet two-story villa, with your choice of two or three bedrooms, two or two-and-one-half baths and one or two-car garages. Better still, the garages are accessed by private rear lanes. In front, your family can enjoy its own private courtyard. 

How about the interiors? They are spacious indeed, with casual accents that offer hints of luxury and comfort. You can enjoy large living areas, dining rooms, and master suites with walk-in closets and optional retreats. To make the home even more your own, the Custom Design Center offers their assistance.

Finally, the best way to know that a coastal builder can build your family a home is their price. Monet at Otay Ranch is available from the high $100,000s, something that is virtually unheard of in the San Diego region. To see if Pacific Coast Communities had your family in mind when they built Monet, go see the homes in person at 1424 Water Lily Drive, Chula Vista, CA 91913. Or, call (619) 421-6079 with your homebuying questions.

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11/28/2011 2:16:50 AM #

This home looks beautiful!  It's clear that it is a perfect cross between visual aesthetics and functionality.  So often builders only build homes to look good in a photo, despite that fact that it would actually be a nightmare to live in.

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