...it's a great time for prospective buyers to come experience our homes and neighborhoods first hand.
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Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
Capital Pacific Homes continues to demonstrate that it's at the forefront of the new home communities industry on the Central Coast. At a time when a number of new homebuilders are waiting for healthier market conditions, Capital Pacific Homes continues to add a steady stream of new homeowners to each of their three Central Coast new home communities: Old Mill Run and The Enclave at Harp Springs, in Orcutt, and Providence Landing in Vandenberg Village. All have recently released new phases to keep up with demand.
“There are always buyers out there looking for that special home and community,” says Gavin Moores, president. “We remain focused on designing and delivering just that – innovative homes in desirable neighborhoods. We spend a lot of time on the details. The buyers may be fewer and farther between, but they are still looking for a quality home at a great value, and we compete well on both fronts.”
Capital Pacific's new home communities come in all shapes and sizes, appealing to the diverse interests of today's homebuyers. Old Mill Run, in rural ‘old’ Orcutt, offers one and two-story Early Californian/Craftsman style homes, ranging from 1,879 square feet to just under 3,000 square feet. This quaint tree-lined community consists of 54 homes, all within walking distance of charming Old Town Orcutt, with local restaurants, shops and businesses. Home pricing at Old Mill Run starts in the low $400,000s.
The Enclave at Harp Springs is another one of Capital Pacific’s new home communities. When you drive through the stone pillared entry, you'll find that the name fits. With just 4 of its 44 homes left, the community has clearly saved some of its best for last. Expansive, wooded views greet prospective homeowners on the secluded lower tier, and they'll find they're just a short walk from the scenic back-country trail that begins at the edge of their community. New home prices at The Enclave at Harp Springs begin in the low $400,000s.
The longest-running, most well-established of the new home communities is Providence Landing in Vandenberg Village. Providence Landing offers extensive amenities to its large community of homeowners. The large selection of available home styles and floor plans continues to secure buyers looking to join the Providence Landing lifestyle. Their one and two-story homes offer three, four and five bedrooms, and range in size from 1,628 square feet all the way up to 3,265 square feet, with three-car garages available on select lots. Pricing at Providence Landing starts in the low $300,000s.
“We are proud of our new home communities and of our staying power through these tough times,” says Moores. “By continuing to move forward we are keeping people employed and paying the much needed fees to the city and county. Our homeowners are happy because they see steady progress with their neighborhoods taking shape as intended. With all of our communities now well-established, it's a great time for prospective buyers to come experience our homes and neighborhoods first hand. Slowly but surely... they are going, going, gone.”
For more information on these Capital Pacific new home communities, visit http://www.CPHhomes.com, or call the on-site sales representatives at their respective communities: Oscar Buenrostro at “Providence Landing,” 733- 2840; Amy Shaw at “Old Mill Run,” 937-1200; and Stephanie Winford at “The Enclave at Harp Springs,” 937-2414.
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