Hampton Will Feature Four Bedrooms, Priced in Low- to Mid-$600,000s
IRVINE, CA – July 25, 2011 – A church needing money to expand and a developer eager to build in Buena Park have found common ground.
Brandywine Homes has purchased a 2.2 acre site at 8901 Holder St. in Buena Park from Bethel Lutheran Church, which will use the sale’s proceeds to expand its facilities.
Brandywine will build an 18-home community named Hampton on the site, featuring two-story homes whose floor plans offer nearly 2,400 and 2,600 square feet.
“It works for us and works for them,” said Brett Whitehead, president of Brandywine Homes, which has become one of Southern California’s most successful builders by creating small and mid-sized infill communities. “We’ve been looking for the right project in Buena Park for 10 years. The city has been great to work with. It’s an outstanding location in a family-oriented community known for its schools.”
Hampton is less than two miles from the prestigious Oxford Academy, in Cypress, recently honored as a 2001 California Distinguished School.
New Brand Identity and Website Launched to Reflect the Company’s New Goals for Growth
IRVINE, Calif. – June 20, 2011 – Brandywine Homes has developed a new brand identity and launched a complementary website, www.brandywine-homes.com, that more accurately reflects its reputation as one of Southern California’s most active and successful infill developers and homebuilders.
Both before and during the recession, the Irvine-based company built and sold an average of 50 new homes a year, primarily in Orange County. Brandywine’s new business plan for the recovery calls for the development of communities across Southern California that will encompass between 200 and 250 new homes annually. Read More >
Mark Mueller, ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS JOURNAL
Irvine-based Brandywine Homes said it’s set to break ground next year on a new townhouse project in Rancho Santa Margarita.
The homebuilder is planning a $31 million, 66-home project on a 4-acre parcel of land it recently bought near the Foothill (241) Toll Road.
The project, called the Bungalows, calls for 11 buildings at 30482 Avenida De Las Banderas. It will include two- and three-story homes priced from the $400,000s to the mid $500,000s.
The townhomes will range from about 1,600 to 2,100 square feet, according to Brandywine President Brett Whitehead.
Construction on the townhomes is scheduled to begin early next year. The entire project is expected to be finished in 2015.