AZUSA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/13 -- The recent Model Grand Opening of Wisteria by Christopher Homes was a fantastic success, with more than 1,800 enthusiastic visitors touring this brand new neighborhood in the master-planned community of Rosedale in the San Gabriel Valley. Luxury, function and architectural versatility, coupled with expansive homesites unique to this area, instantly captivated guests who generated strong sales for Phase One. To accommodate growing demand for this new home luxury neighborhood, Wisteria is releasing Phase 2A this Saturday, May 4th to pre-qualified homebuyers only! Buyers who don't want to miss this extraordinary opportunity must visit www.livewisteria.com and click on the "Get Pre-Qualified" link to receive priority registration information for this highly anticipated release.
"Homebuyer response to Wisteria has been overwhelming and we are thrilled with the positive feedback from our recent Model Grand Opening event, where visitors were visibly impressed with the beauty and openness of the neighborhood's designs and family-friendly appeal," said Phil Yasskin, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Christopher Homes. "The first-floor master suites were very popular among homebuyers who desire this important feature, as well as the spacious great rooms which appeal to family living. Guests also expressed their desire to purchase a brand new home, where they could experience the advantages of modern construction, along with the wonderful benefits of living in Rosedale, where they can immediately access the pool, parks and other recreational amenities."
Priced from the $700,000s, Wisteria presents the largest residences at Rosedale, among the best-selling master plans in the country. Single-family detached homes range from approximately 2,892 to 3,548 square feet, with four to six bedrooms, up to 5.5 baths and two-car garages with storage; residences variously offer an attached private casita and large secondary bedrooms, including some with ensuite baths. Finely detailed architectural themes showcase Cottage, Monterey, Spanish and St. Augustine influences.
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