One of California’s most recognized builders, Warmington Residential has built exquisite homes all over California, Nevada and Arizona markets. Their most recent project Crystal View finished in July 2014 has brought them back into the Chino Hills area, where they have already built 250 homes. These two-story town homes sit in an intimate residential enclave ranging from 1,890 square feet to about 2,659 square feet and will have 29 units in total. Crystal View marksWarmington’s return to the Chino Hills marketplace.
“We have experienced interest from parties who currently live in a Warmington home in the area and it provides an opportunity for them to again choose a builder whose quality and service they trust,” stated Rebecca Anbardan, Marketing Director of Warmington Residential.
The Crystal View community offers five plans with three to four bedrooms, up to 4.5 baths with a two-car space garage. These townhomes are priced from the low $600,000’s. With spacious foyers, courtyards, parlor areas, bonus rooms and lofts, these homes offer ample living space for any family to enjoy.
Crystal View is set on a view-oriented hilltop near Windmill Creek Road and Ridgeview Drive. The neighborhood is within walking distance to excellent award winning, top rated schools including Ruben S. Ayala High School, which is a California Distinguished School Honoree and holds the 2nd highest API score in the county, Hidden Trails Elementary, and community recreational facilities with over 3,000 acres of open space and 39 miles of trails for hiking, biking, running and equestrian trails and Veterans Park, which hosts the summer concerts in the park.
Chino Hills’ strong demographics and its location at the convergence of Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties make it attractive to homebuyers and commercial developers alike, stated Yvonne Espinoza, sales representative for Crystal View. Money List magazine ranked Chino Hills number 34 on the “100 Best Places to Live” and ranked it the 13th safest place to live in the United States.
Crystal View offers a luxury home option in this desirable residential setting that has a definite low maintenance advantage, which is appealing to those who are downsizing and busy professionals or young families. However, they still offer that very high caliber experience in terms of the homes livability and attention to detail. The maintenance of Crystal View’s private streets, buildings, common landscape and hardscape areas, and irrigation is funded through HOA dues, which currently are $270 per month. The base property tax rate, which is approximately 1.25 percent, does include a Mello-Roos Community Facilities District (CFD) assessment and a Landscaping and Lighting District (LLD) assessment.
The architectural styling, colors and landscaping were designed to complement the existing neighborhood surrounding Crystal View, which has very bucolic feel with its gently rolling hillsides, meandering trails and views. The theme running through the design style and architecture resonates with Andalusian and Tuscan style with ornate architectural wrought iron and wood detailing.
The impressive interiors include maple Euro-style raised panel cabinetry in Brandy stain finish. Homeowners can entertain in style with a centralized living/great room and kitchen spaces that blend harmoniously with outdoor spaces. Spacious laundry rooms have linen storage, gas dryer hookup, white Thermafoil cabinetry, white cultured marble countertop and sinks. Homebuyers are able to customize/personalize from paint choices, garage and closet organizers, stair bannisters, built in multi-media and much more.
The homes are spectacular and include many alluring details such as a turret entry on one plan, charming courtyards, grand staircases, private yards and of course, beautiful views that surround the neighborhood, expressed Anbardan. The attention to detail is apparent in the features and appointments that are included, both inside and outside. Crystal View also offers an opportunity for homebuyers to own a new home built with modern state of the art features in a community that has been established for over 20 years. This community gives the beauty of classic aesthetics with modern day amenities.
These sustainable features are included in construction from the ground up to the inner workings of each homes. Engineered lumber for I-joists and OSB sheathing sustain the foundations of each town home. Low-emitting insulation are included in the walls and ceilings and R-30 attic insulation by quality installation. All ducts were protected during construction to ensure a clean, healthy home for new homeowners. The project has an insulated and tightly sealed duct system for proper weather proofing. The community has modern smart technology such as Energy Star rated GE dishwasher, Nexia smart device controlled thermostat, 13 SEER HVAC system, energy-efficient tankless water heaters and carbon monoxide monitors. Low- VOC interior walls and ceiling paints, as well as low-VOC water-based wood finishes and Low-E windows also add to the community’s eco-friendly features. Each townhome was had a conducted HERS rater inspection and testing.
They hope to receive additional opportunities to create new homes and neighborhoods in Chino Hills and further establish their rewarded reputation in the area.
Stephanie Consiglio is an assistant editor at Builder and Developer magazine. She may be contacted firstname.lastname@example.org