San Benito – Living Area 1,501 sq feet
San Pablo – Living Area 1,770 sq feet
San Pablo (B) – Living Area 1,774 sq feet
Santa Maria – Living Area 1,459 sq feet
Santa Ana – Living Area 1,682 sq feet
Santa Ana (End) – Living Area 1,733 sq feet
Santa Clarita (Front End) – Living Area 1,989 sq feet
Santa Rosa (Front End) – Living Area 2,984 sq feet
Split Level Townhomes
Santa Monica – Living Area 1,509 sq feet
Santa Cruz – Living Area 1,800 sq feet
Santa Barbara – Living Area 2,008 sq feet
Cordova – Living Area 1,531 sq feet
Carmel – Living Area 1,531 sq feet
Castella – Living Area 1,776 sq feet
Capistrano – Living Area 1,776 sq feet
Laguna – Living Area 2,039 sq feet
Escondido – Living Area 2,080 sq feet
The Santa Rosa is a two-story town home with 2,084 square feet under air, three bedrooms and two-and-a-one-half baths. This design features a front porch downstairs and a Juliette balcony off the guest suite and includes an attached single-car garage and twin secure outdoor storage closets.
The San Pablo is a second-story flat. The three-bedroom, two-bath design offers an island-style kitchen, a front porch, an attached two-car garage and 1,774 square feet under air. San Pablo B is the reverse floor plan of the San Pablo.
The San Clemente is a 1,404-square-foot ground-floor flat with two bedrooms, two baths and a pair of large lanais facing the lake. The living area features an expanded great room and there is an attached two-car garage.
The Santa Ana (end unit) is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath town home featuring formal living and dining rooms, an attached two-car garage and 1,733 square feet under air.
Flats are available in five floor plans ranging from 1,227 to 1,774 square feet. The town homes, including two- and three-story designs, are available in nine floor plans ranging from 1,459 to 2,084 square feet.
Casitas are available in six floor plans ranging from 1,531 to 2,080 square feet.