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Danville: Abigail Place by Landsea Homes sells out after less than a year

Landsea officials say quick sales indicate high interest in the area

After being on the market for less than a year, Danville's Abigail Place has sold all 17 homes. (Photo courtesy Landsea Homes)

California developer Landsea Homes has announced Abigail Place, its 17 single-family home community in Danville, has officially sold out less than a year after homes first became available.

Located along Old Blackhawk Road and Camino Tassajara in east Danville, Abigail Place consists of 17 single-family homes that offer three to five bedrooms and vary from 2,954 to 3,443 square feet.

“Homebuyers strongly responded to Abigail Place, especially the exceptional planning, unmatched attention to detail and best in class homes offered in the community,” said Josh Santos, President of Landsea Homes' Northern California division. “The swiftness with which the community sold out validates all of our visions for this special location, and we’re excited for the buyers who’ve chosen to make Abigail Place their home.”

Approved by the Danville Town Council in February 2018, Landsea officials say the rapid sale of homes in Abigail Place demonstrates the persisting demand for "modern, quality housing" in the region.

Over the past year Landsea has also sold out its communities of The Vale in Sunnyvale, Siena in Milpitas and Stoneyridge in Walnut Creek. The San Ramon developer also recently purchased land in Orinda for another community, Relevae at Wilder.

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Danville: Abigail Place by Landsea Homes sells out after less than a year

Landsea officials say quick sales indicate high interest in the area

by / Danville San Ramon

Uploaded: Wed, Jul 8, 2020, 3:19 pm

California developer Landsea Homes has announced Abigail Place, its 17 single-family home community in Danville, has officially sold out less than a year after homes first became available.

Located along Old Blackhawk Road and Camino Tassajara in east Danville, Abigail Place consists of 17 single-family homes that offer three to five bedrooms and vary from 2,954 to 3,443 square feet.

“Homebuyers strongly responded to Abigail Place, especially the exceptional planning, unmatched attention to detail and best in class homes offered in the community,” said Josh Santos, President of Landsea Homes' Northern California division. “The swiftness with which the community sold out validates all of our visions for this special location, and we’re excited for the buyers who’ve chosen to make Abigail Place their home.”

Approved by the Danville Town Council in February 2018, Landsea officials say the rapid sale of homes in Abigail Place demonstrates the persisting demand for "modern, quality housing" in the region.

Over the past year Landsea has also sold out its communities of The Vale in Sunnyvale, Siena in Milpitas and Stoneyridge in Walnut Creek. The San Ramon developer also recently purchased land in Orinda for another community, Relevae at Wilder.

Comments

Darren
Danville
on Jul 9, 2020 at 12:14 pm
Darren, Danville
on Jul 9, 2020 at 12:14 pm

These homes are a disgrace to the area. Danville allowed way too many homes and way too big on this parcel of land. They sold out to the developers. They're ungodly obtrusive. 17 homes jammed into a space that should have had 10 homes, max. I live right behind one. There's no landscaping with these places and it's a huge invasion of our once-quiet, once-semi private yards. These are towering edifices constructed to crowd out our once-lovely area. Shame on Danville for allowing these monstrosities. Seriously, how many windows do you need in one house? I count 36 windows on the two sides facing my house.


Louise
Danville
on Jul 9, 2020 at 1:56 pm
Louise, Danville
on Jul 9, 2020 at 1:56 pm

High density is what town planners are mandated to approve by the federal housing authorities. Get used to it! All infill projects will build as many houses as they can squeeze into a parcel.



Darren
Danville
on Jul 9, 2020 at 3:15 pm
Darren, Danville
on Jul 9, 2020 at 3:15 pm

with that logic, Louise, they should have built a 50 story condo tower. why not?


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