Eclipse builds upon Lennar’s vision of contemporary luxury with three additional homes, each with three distinct Coastal Contemporary, Craftsman, or Modern Farmhouse exteriors, furthering their concept of Altair as a bastion of casual, relaxed luxury where you are perpetually at home and at ease.
Residence 1, modeled in the Coastal Contemporary façade, is one of the rare plans in the community to offer a formal dining room, a feature that has been effectively erased by the inclusion of a great room across contemporary California community designs; in this home, the space creates a grand impression with its double height ceilings and sumptuously modeled décor. This 3,206 square foot home includes 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms with pricing beginning in the mid $1.6 millions.
The floor plan of the home is quite private and intimate, with the kitchen located in the rear right corner of the home, and sheltered from the elements by an amply sized loggia, complete with a fireplace, creating another all-weather space to enjoy all that the California environment has to offer.
Residence 2 returns the separate study and guest bedroom suite to the ground floor, eschewing the formal dining room in favor of combining it into the massive great room, a space which spill out onto the rear California Room. This 3,435 square foot home includes 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms with pricing beginning in the low $1.7 millions.
The floor plan of this home reveals the primacy of kitchen placement in modern home design—instead of being shoved out of sight and out of mind, the kitchen is placed within the eyeline of the principle spaces of the home, allowing all to gather around the massive island as dinner is prepared, reading, chatting, doing homework, or simply interacting with a digital screen, it provides a space for all.
Residence 3 models Lennar’s Next Gen® — The Home within a Home® concept, a concept near and dear to my heart as, growing up, my grandparents lived with us in their very own suite of rooms, very much like this, providing numerous opportunities to learn more with and from them; multigenerational living is a true privilege and I am ecstatic it is returning to the mainstream. This 3,792 square foot home includes 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms with pricing beginning in the upper $1.7 millions.
As this is a multigenerational home, a generously sized central living space is required to facilitate even everyday lounging, and this house provides more than enough space for activities to occur within its walls. The California Room, located directly off the family room, completes the room, offering numerous options, which is key in the design of a successful multi-gen home.
Set within the heart of the Altair community, Eclipse synthesizes the contemporary and the traditional so as to provide for tastes not previously engaged or fancied, and the inclusion of a Modern Farmhouse exterior design scheme, the hottest southern California design trend of the late twenty-teens, is very on trend, yet designed to age timelessly, a true feat of design.