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World Construction Network “Brandywine Homes to develop new residential project in California”

US-based Brandywine Homes has announced plans to develop a new residential community in the South Euclid-West Orangethorpe neighbourhood in Fullerton, California.

The project will be developed on a 2.76-acre site in South Euclid-West Orangethorpe Area, which the company has acquired to deliver the project. The project involves development of 52 townhomes and apartments.

The project will comprise three- and four-bedroom townhomes, which would range from 1,720 square feet to 1,950 square feet. The company is also offering one casita with its own entrance, kitchenette, bedroom and living area in one of the floor plans.

The third-floor flats would be accessible by elevator. All the homes will have granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and energy-efficient tankless water heaters. The project has been designed by KTGY.

Subject to the approval of the City of Fullerton, the company plans to break ground on the project in May 2013 and open first model home in November 2013.