The Celestial neighborhood comprises three floor plans, each with three distinct exterior elevations, ranging from Coastal Contemporary to Craftsman to Modern Farmhouse, this selection of houses allows for a more traditional, meat and potatoes concept of home to interact with contemporary design, spatial awareness, as well as the most up-to-date neighborhood design, fostering a warm, welcoming environment with a visually appealing, color coordinating backdrop of wood siding, stucco, shutters, and trim painted approved and appropriate colors.
Residence 1, modeled in the Modern Farmhouse exterior, provides sweeping interior spaces, such as a two story great room, the rare luxury of a ground floor master suite, and second floor bonus room allow numerous unexpected vistas and interactions to during daily life within this home. Residence 1, a 2,909 square foot home, includes 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms with pricing beginning in the upper $1.4 millions.
The floor plan illustrates the deliberately open, porous, embracing design of the home; the great room is the heart of the home. Upstairs, the two children’s bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom with double vanity, as such a house demands, while, steps away, a separate half bath is accessible off the bonus room, revealing the high level of entertaining expected in this home.
Residence 2 includes roughly 700 more interior square feet than Residence 1, setting the scene for the master bedroom to be shuffled upstairs and a guest bedroom and den to replace its presence, adding to the livability and flexibility of the ground floor. Each room in generously accounted for, with the home centering on the massive ground floor great room and upstairs game room, allowing for two distinct loci of activity. This 3,647 square foot home includes 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms with pricing beginning in the upper $1.6 millions.
Walls of glass flood this floor plan with natural light and create numerous opportunities for the indoors and out to comingle—the true Southern California experience.
Residence 3, modeled in the Craftsman vernacular, rivals even the great Gamble House’s number of gables; similarly to homes in the Alara neighborhood, this home reveals Orange County home buyers’ new found comfort in purchasing vertical, rather than horizontal, homes. This shift in mindset is fascinating, and shall certainly be excavated in further posts and communities. This 4,243 square foot home includes 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with pricing beginning in the upper $1.7 millions.
The floor plan reveals a clearer, more distinct use of space within the home—a place for everything and everything in its place. Also similar to Alara, the sheer size of this home allows for both a guest bedroom and study to occupy the first floor, one of the new hallmarks of Orange County homes oriented for its seemingly ever-growing upper middle class, its discretionary income also growing by the same illusory exponent. The third floor bonus room, provided with both a powder room and wet bar, is the red, red maraschino cherry atop this sundae.
The Celestial neighborhood centralizes family life—the great room in each plan is the heart of each home, easily accessible from the front and rear, with plentiful windows provided for ample air circulation. The porches, front and rear, reinforce this warm-hearth idea, the comforting importance of being in the loving bosom of family, an appropriately sheltered world within a world behind a guard gate.
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