Only Three Homes Remain at Trinity Park in Sunnyvale

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Brand New Single Family Homes in Great Silicon Valley Location Offer Comparative Value and Unique Floorplans

After opening in April last year with 42 single family and detached homes, only three homes at Trinity Park ( are still available for purchase and home buyers still have time to select finishing materials if they act soon.

The overall success of the community is attributed to the usual cornerstones of good real estate – location, value, product type and quality. Trinity Park is one of the latest infill communities by Palo Alto builder Classic Communities and even by their standards, one of the best projects the company has built since entering the home building business in 1992.

Comprised of six original floorplans, the first 39 homes sold with prices ranging from the low- $900,000s to over $1.3 million. There are three of the plan 6 models available for purchase. The plan boasts approximately 2,530 square feet on two levels, with two separate master suites in the 4-bedroom, 4-bath layout. The home is perfect for large families, families with teenagers, multigenerational families or families with home-based businesses.

Trinity Park is a mix of California Craftsman and European Cottage styling that contributes to a genuine sense of place. Yards, porches, courtyards and abundant windows invite outdoor living and entertaining. This is the style of living the American Dream was built on and updated for today’s living standards. Pricing is attractive, with listing prices starting at $464 per square foot – better than comparable homes in the Sunnyvale area.

The location can’t be beat. Trinity Park is in Silicon Valley Central, near major transportation hubs and roadways, shopping districts and most importantly, elementary, middle and high schools that rank among the best in the region. Trinity Park is located in a mature neighborhood in the heart of Sunnyvale, close to Highway 85 and Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road.

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Gary Marsh
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