If you’re dreaming of more living space this holiday season, maybe it’s time to treat yourself to a shopping excursion. New home builders in Southern California offer larger houses, and you can start the process of buying one now as a gift to yourself and your family.
Are Large Homes Just for Large Families?
Yes, people with a large family need all those bedrooms, but many people are finding ways to use extra bedrooms even when there are just 1 or 2 people in the household. The Internet allows more and more people the opportunity to work from home, so a designated, quiet office space is a must for many families.
Many adults are also spending more of their entertainment time at home. A media room enables you to watch a movie with all the perks of a theater without having to leave home. Hobbies are gaining in popularity too, and many people want a designated space to leave their supplies out and accessible. Whether crafting or collecting, extra bedrooms will be put to good use.
Homeowners who enjoy entertaining also need the extra space. Those who invite friends and family into their home often want guests to stay awhile, and have enough space for everyone to feel comfortable and at home.
Brandywine Homes Listens to Your Needs
One of the perks of having a house built specifically for you, is that it is tailored to your needs. A new home is a huge investment and you want to make sure it works for you. One of the strengths of Brandywine Homes is listening to our clients’ needs so that you end up with a home that will accommodate you for years. Maybe you need a soundproof room for a musician in the family. Some people feel strongly about having all bedrooms on the second floor. Others need a floor plan that will work with a multi-generational family. Whatever is important to you, becomes important to us.
Instead of running around trying to find everyone in your family the perfect gift this year, why not bless those in your house with some extra space to enjoy this holiday season? If you’re in Southern California and ready to start the process of building your dream home, contact us.
Maria-Victoria Mozo and her husband Mark Mozo, local residents from nearby La Puente, CA.
We had a great group of prospective buyers drop by our Waverly new home community in West Covina, California, for the Dusty Shoe Tour weekend Nov. 16-17.
Great weather and everyone enjoyed the models plus the tour of the home sites.
All are very anxious for pricing to be released and hopefully enter into contract by year’s end. Move in dates are estimated for spring 2014.
Check out floor plans and availability at http://www.waverlynewhomes.com/
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Orange County is thriving. In this county alone, the South Coast Repertory Theater is planning a new “CrossRoads Commissioning Project” to cultivate actual Orange County-based stories for their stage, the Chance Theater is expanding, the Orange County Museum of Art has nearly doubled its budget and grown its endowment, and several business sectors – healthcare, high technology, biotechnology and financial services – are in growth mode.
In this energized climate, so-called “move-up” home buyers – people who want to stay in the area but move into a larger home – lead the current market for home buyers, which illustrates just how hot this market is. However, there is a glut of people who are looking to rent in Orange County these days, making this a great time to buy instead.
Buying one of the new, Brandywine Orange County homes for sale now can save you money in the long run. With our help, you can buy smarter. In a new home, energy efficiencies can add up quickly and save you money over time. You also save on repairs and maintenance costs. Moreover, in a new home, the space is designed for modern living with open floor plans, high ceilings, ensuite masters, and much more. Instead of going out to dine with friends, the newly designed open floor plans make it easier and more appealing to invite friends over instead.
Brandywine Homes understands your concerns because we are a community-oriented business working closely with Orange County financial and government partners to bring you a high quality, beautifully designed new home in Southern California, and at a surprising price point. We target transitional areas and downtown redevelopment when possible.
That’s right. You need not settle for a pre-owned home. Our specialty is building new homes in fully developed neighborhoods through public/private partnerships to revitalize established cities in Southern California. That is why Brandywine Homes is the first place you should turn to for a housing solution in Orange County.
Contact us today for a free consultation if you seek a real partnership to get you started on a path towards moving into your brand new Orange County home.
In 2006, the California Global Warming Solutions Act was passed, requiring green building practices to be incorporated into land use and urban development designs. These practices are one of the things that set new homes apart from those that are decades old.
Consider Brandywine Homes’ new development in La Mirada, for example. In 2011, Brandywine Homespurchased the site of a former strip mall that had been demolished in 2008 in La Mirada to be the location of The Orchards, a development of 42 single family homes. Because sustainability is important to Brandywine Homes, the city of La Mirada, and the people of California, The Orchards homes — on their re-purposed site — have been built with a number of green features. Some of those features include an energy efficient tankless water heater, “Low E” dual glazed windows, increased insulation, low flow plumbing fixtures, and additional energy efficiency in the air conditioning and heating units, as well as the fluorescent task lighting.
The organization Sustainable Redevelopment defines sustainability in development as the ability for the current generation to meet its everyday needs without sacrificing the ability for future generations to also meet their everyday needs. The use of green building practices not only slows the negative impacts of development to the environment, but it actually can reverse some of those impacts. We believe that providing efficiency in our new homes isn’t an amenity, it’s a responsibility.
In 1994, Brandywine Homes founder, Jim Barisic, developed a business plan to help older, established communities revitalize their neighborhoods and convert underutilized, rundown areas into housing. And we’re still doing it. For more information about The Orchards in La Mirada or other Brandywine Homes developments, contact us.