Murrieta, CA — Braeburn at Spencer’s Crossing, a new single-family home neighborhood by Pardee Homes, will open for sale on Saturday, June 9. Located in Murrieta, one of the fastest growing areas in the Inland Empire, Braeburn features spacious single- and two-story options designed to appeal to savvy home shoppers seeking traditional living in a family-friendly community. Inland Empire home shoppers can visit www.pardeehomes.com to view the floor plans and renderings and join the interest list to receive updates about the grand opening. “Our grand opening is just around the corner and we’re thrilled to introduce Braeburn to the Inland Empire home buying community,” said Matt Sauls, vice president of marketing and product development for Pardee Homes. “These beautiful homes are designed for indoor/outdoor living with open floor plans that flow seamlessly into outdoor rooms and covered patios. Coupled with the authentic small-town charm and resort-style amenities of Spencer’s Crossing, Braeburn is sure to be an idyllic place to put down roots.” Superbly designed by the award-winning Bassenian Lagoni architectural firm of Newport Beach, Braeburn’s fresh interpretations of Italian, Farmhouse and Modern Spanish architecture complement the open floorplans and single-story options creating a welcoming atmosphere, ideal for entertaining and relaxing. Starting in the mid-$400,000s, homes range from three to five bedrooms, two to three baths approximately 2,010 to 2,884 square feet. Home shoppers can select from four floor plans. Three plans will be modeled, including the unique Residence 2, a single-story home with second floor loft featuring a powder room, extra storage and an optional wet bar. Plans 3 and 4 are traditional two-story homes with gracious entries, den or full bedroom bath downstairs, second floor lofts and three-bay garages. Plan 1 is a coveted single-story home with included covered patio and den or optional fourth bedroom. Like all new homes built by Pardee, Braeburn will feature the LivingSmart® package of standard and optional measures that increase energy-efficiency, save water, save money and contribute to the homeowner’s peace of mind. LivingSmart® homes are designed with five core components: EnergySmart, EarthSmart, HealthSmart, WaterSmart and the newest—HomeSmart bringing smart technology that helps you stay comfortable, in control and connected. Surrounded by a recreation center, private parks, two pools, lighted sports fields, a dog park and 14 acres of trails, life at Spencer’s Crossing is all about making the most of your leisure time. Two more parks are opening this summer and residents have access to nearby private schools and the high-performing Menifee School District, as well as a STEAM elementary school in Murrieta. The community is close to historic Old Town Temecula, extensive shopping, premium golf and many remarkable wineries, yet affords residents easy access to I-215, I-15 and Highway 79. Pardee Homes Inland Empire designs and builds new homes and communities for first-time through luxury homebuyers. Established in 1921, Pardee Homes Inland Empire is accomplished in the planning and development of master-planned communities, green homebuilding measures, environmentally-sensitive development practices, and customer-focused processes for new home purchase, and is also widely known for its steadfast civic outreach. Pardee Homes is a member of TRI Pointe Group® (NYSE: TPH), a family of premium regional homebuilders. TRI Pointe Group is one of the largest homebuilders in the U.S. and was recognized as 2014 Developer of the Year by Builder and Developer magazine and 2015 Builder of the Year by Builder magazine. For more information call (951) 291-2363 or visit www.pardeehomes.com where you can view the Braeburn floor plans or join the interest list to receive important updates about the grand opening.
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