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Williams Homes building in Santa Clarita

Single-family detached homes will debut in May

Posted: April 18, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Updated: April 18, 2013 2:00 a.m.

Last year Williams Homes purchased lots in the hills of Santa Paula, overlooking Heritage Valley, and built the Ridgeview home community. Williams Homes is now building 79 single-family homes at Valle Di Oro in Santa Clarita


Williams Homes announced its latest new home development on Wednesday, which is based in Santa Clarita.

The grand opening for model homes is the weekend of May 18 and 19, said Lance Williams, founder and president of Williams Homes.

Located in a gated community off Golden Valley and Sierra Highway, Valle Di Oro, will have 79 single-family detached homes when completed.

The privately held Santa Clarita builder purchased improved lots from a bankruptcy receiver, Williams said. The original home builder, Trimark Pacific Homes, had planned to build townhomes in this area just prior to the recession.

While home prices haven’t been released yet, prices are expected to start in the high $300,000s, he said.

There are three floor plans, ranging from 1,794 to 2,375 square feet and featuring three to five bedrooms. Select plans feature room options including a first floor bedroom with full bathroom.

“There’s been a lot of initial interest,” Williams said. “The market is definitely recovering; there’s been a lot of buyer demand.”

The new homes will include builder warranties, and a future recreation area with pool and spa, said Daniel Faina, sales and marketing director for Williams Homes.

Valle Di Oro, sitting off the 14 Highway, is also close to employment and retail centers, Faina said.

Last year Williams Homes purchased sites in foreclosure, and built over 80 single-family homes in Santa Paula and Fillmore.

The homebuilder weathered the economic downturn, in part, by buying distressed properties of other homebuilders, particularly those with finished lots, and building smaller developments.

“It’s great to back building in Santa Clarita. It’s our home market,” Williams said. “We’re excited about it.”




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