Three Del Sur neighborhoods logged a total of seven home sales for the week ending Aug. 29, according to the developer of the master-planned community in North San Diego.
Three homes sold at Maderia at Del Sur by Shea Homes, three homes sold at Pasado at Del Sur by William Lyon Homes, and one home sold at Bridgewalk at Del Sur by Standard Pacific Homes. To date this year, 99 homes have sold at the community celebrating sustainability and green building practices.
“Construction activity is increasing to meet demand created by sales at Del Sur,” said Bill Ostrem, president and CEO of Black Mountain Ranch LLC, developer of Del Sur (www.DelSurLiving.com). “We look forward to meeting new neighbors as the community continues to grow.”
Since opening in 2006, Del Sur has sold approximately 600 homes spanning the spectrum from entry-level attached homes to large-lot single-family detached residences. Located within the highly regarded Poway school system, Del Sur residents enjoy convenient access to the new Del Sur Elementary and Del Norte High schools.
New home neighborhoods now selling at Del Sur include:
• Madeira by Shea Homes San Diego offers single-family homes from the low $500,000s. The five floor plans have three to five bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths and two car garages. Madeira homes span approximately 1,779 to 2,415 square feet.
• Bridgewalk by Standard Pacific Homes offers single-family detached homes from approximately 1,702 to 1,969 square feet. The two-story residences have three to four bedrooms, 2.5 baths and two-car garage plus work space. Prices range from the high $400,000s.
• Pasado by William Lyon Homes offers single-family detached homes priced from the low $500,000s. Spanning approximately 2,047 to 2,360 square feet, the two-story floor plans have three to four bedrooms, 2.5 to three baths and two-car garages.
More than a dozen model homes are open for tours. For more information, visit www.DelSurLiving.com.
Del Sur has a strong environmental ethic, which is evident throughout its residential neighborhoods, within its construction practices and in its recreational amenities, including18 miles of hiking trails spread out over 1,800 acres of dedicated open space. Recognized by local civic, planning and environmental groups for its environmentally conscious design and “smart growth” principles, the pedestrian-friendly community of Del Sur eventually will have 2,500 homes.
For additional information, visit the Del Sur Ranch House, 15455 Paseo Del Sur, in San Diego. The Ranch House is open from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Information also is available by calling 858-48194200 or visiting www.DelSurLiving.com.