Brookfield Homes is offering up to $56,000 in combined price reductions, upgrades, and incentives at its Windingwalk neighborhoods in Chula Vista, for new homes in the community beginning in high $200,000s.
With the combined price reductions, incentives, and upgrades it can add up to a possible $53,000 in savings for home buyers at Cordova, a luxury town home community with prices starting at $295,900. Home buyers will be able to save a combined total of up to $56,000 at Trellis, which is a detached new home neighborhood with prices starting at $423,900.
Lora Heramb, vice president of sales and marketing for Brookfield Homes stated, “Because we’d like to capitalize on the momentum built by low mortgage rates, we’re pricing homes to sell, including several move-in ready residences,” and went on to say, “With savings in the tens of thousands of dollars, this is an opportune time to buy.”
At this time in Cordova, Brookfield’s town home community, three move-in ready homes are available with prices beginning at $295,900. The homes offer two-stories with three or four bedrooms, 2 ½ or three baths and a new feature that is unique to most new attached homes, which is side-by-side two-car garages. The community offers six floor plans with prices ranging from 1,638 to 2,024 square feet and recently had the grand opening for their private recreation center.
Cordova homes offer maple cabinets, granite kitchen countertops, stainless steel appliances, and built-in security systems.
The Trellis community offers two-story, single-family detached homes with prices beginning at $423,900. Trellis at Windingwalk has four floor plans ranging from approximately 2,361 to 2,620 square feet offering four or five bedrooms and 2 ½ or three baths.
Trellis homes offer stainless steel appliances, granite kitchen countertops, maple cabinets, air conditioning and built-in security systems, along with front-yard landscaping. At this time, three homes are ready for move-in.
Residents at Trellis and Cordova have access to three community gathering places, which includes the resort-style $5 million Winding Oaks Recreation Center, the $3 million Winding Trails Recreation Center and the centrally located Windingwalk Park, offering basketball and tennis courts, a skate park, softball field, picnic areas and restrooms.
Close by both of these communities is the planned junior-senior combined high school. To the south of the community will be the planned Chula Vista University Park and Research Center, among other educational and business amenities. Under construction now is the High-Tech High Learning for students in K thru 12. The charter school is now in the second phase and is scheduled to open for this coming school year.
Contact a Chula Vista real estate agent today to take a tour of either community.