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North Village Goes Up With Seagrove

by The Editors on October 27, 2015

SeagroveJust the other day we noticed the modern townhomes that seemed to have sprouted up overnight at the North end of State Street in the village of Carlsbad and they look really nice. The 47-unit development, called Seagrove, is the most recent work of national homebuilding giant Taylor Morrison.

Seagrove offers the unique opportunity for townhome living in the center of it all, where options for entertainment in Carlsbad are bountiful including boutique shopping, local restaurants and the sea just a short walk away. . . “Imagine being able to step out of your front door and experience all the spectacular qualities that make San Diego one of the most desirable cities to call home,” said Phil Bodem, president of Taylor Morrison’s Southern California division. “An excellent location and luxury design is what makes Seagrove a standout community.”

They’re a bit of a jaunt to the beach (thanks to the railroad tracks Army & Navy Academy), but for high style living in the Village ($960K and up), they’re pretty smooth. For the official word from Taylor Morrison, please follow the jump.

Taylor Morrison Opens New Luxury Townhomes in the Heart of Carlsbad

Carlsbad, Calif. – Life in San Diego just got more exciting as Taylor Morrison, a leading national homebuilder and developer, recently celebrated the grand opening of Seagrove, an intimate community of modern townhomes just a quarter mile from the beautiful beaches of Carlsbad.

Seagrove offers the unique opportunity for townhome living in the center of it all, where options for entertainment in Carlsbad are bountiful including boutique shopping, local restaurants and the sea just a short walk away.

“Imagine being able to step out of your front door and experience all the spectacular qualities that make San Diego one of the most desirable cities to call home,” said Phil Bodem, president of Taylor Morrison’s Southern California division. “An excellent location and luxury design is what makes Seagrove a standout community.”

Residents of Seagrove will have easy access to charming shops, restaurants and entertainment venues at Carlsbad Village, where they’ll be able to walk to the weekly State Street Farmer’s Market for fresh produce and enjoy live music during Friday Night Live.

When the ocean calls, sand, surf and sunny stretches of golden beaches are just a quarter of a mile from Seagrove.

Seagrove offers access to award winning schools in the Carlsbad Unified School District including Buena Vista Elementary, Valley Middle School and Carlsbad High School.

A variety of three-story floor plans will be available at Seagrove featuring two bedrooms, separate office or studio spaces, two-car garages, stylish kitchens, dining and living areas, tucked away master retreats and options for outdoor living including private rooftop decks and large balconies.

Homebuyers will have to act fast at Seagrove, as only 47 townhomes will be available ranging in size from 851 square feet to 2,364 square feet. Prices start in the mid $900,000s.

For more information on Seagrove, please visit http://www.taylormorrison.com/.

About Taylor Morrison
Taylor Morrison Home Corporation (NYSE: TMHC) is a leading national builder and developer based in Scottsdale, Arizona and operates under two well-established brands, Taylor Morrison and Darling Homes. Taylor Morrison builds and develops distinctive communities from coast to coast, serving a wide array of homeowners and aimed mainly at first-time, move-up, luxury and 55 or better customers. Darling Homes builds communities in Texas, catering to move-up and luxury homebuyers seeking a personalized building experience.

For more information about Taylor Morrison and Darling Homes please visit www.taylormorrison.com or www.darlinghomes.com.

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