The five model homes at Paseo del Norte in Roseville by K. Hovnanian Homes have been released for sale. The homes include long lists of designer upgrades and added value.
Each model home includes upgraded countertops, cabinets and flooring, as well as all major appliances.
One model, the Barcelona, contains more than $90,000 in designer upgrades, including a special lighting package throughout the home, maple kitchen cabinets with a Chianti stain, a maple stair rail with turned balusters, crown molding, granite slab countertops and a flagstone patio outside.
The 2,308 square foot, two-bedroom, three-bath model home also features an office and den and is available for $256,000.
“The upgrades included with these models give the homes amazing value,” said Ray Putnam, area president for K. Hovnanian Homes. “With the current economy, buying a home with this level of designer-coordinated added value is a tremendous opportunity.”
Paseo del Norte is a community of three-story, city-style homes in the growing northwest portion of Roseville. The community features four distinct home styles ranging from 1,895 to 2,308 square feet with prices from the mid $200,000s. Each home at the community features an intimate courtyard and landscaped ‘paseo’ leading to the entry.
Homes at Paseo del Norte include a slate of features designed for energy-efficiency and technological convenience, including dual pane, Low-E vinyl clad windows, tri-zone heating and air conditioning and insulated, recirculating hot water. Each home is directly connected to SureWest’s fiber optic network for fast internet, television and telephone service.
For details and directions, contact the sales center at (916) 787-5468 or log onto www.khov.com.
Coldwell Banker launches new blog
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has introduced an informative new blog showcasing a Weekly Market Watch by Bob Bronswick, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in the Sacramento/Tahoe region.
Visitors to the blog can stay abreast of the latest real estate trends and developments throughout the greater Sacramento and Lake Tahoe areas.
The blog, located at cbmarketwatch-sacramento.blogspot.com/, recently unveiled industry recommendations made to the federal government to help jumpstart the real estate market.
The recommendations came from Richard Smith, president of Realogy (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s parent company) and chairman of the Business Roundtable, who recently met with legislators to push for a multi-faceted program, including an expansion of first-time homebuyer incentives.
The new blog is a regular feature designed to provide consumers with helpful information on the real estate market. Archives of past topics are accessible through the blog and members can send the latest features to their circle of friends, and real estate agents can forward the latest news to their sphere of clients.