Estrella at Altair: Live life like a star from $2.35M

Estrella offers European-inspired luxury and design with three distinct Tuscan, Northern Italian, and French facades, each created with smooth stucco and rough stone veneers to cement their storied histories and evocations within their newly graded landscape.

placed within a much more pleasing, grounded home design. This feature, around since Coto de Caza, home to master builder William Lyon, this golf and equestrian fantasy land has been under the development of Lennar since 1996—perhaps some designs are timeless as they’re ascribed to be. This 5,243 square foot home includes 5-6 bedrooms and 5.5-6.5 bathrooms with pricing beginning from $2,349,995.

The floor plan reveals the centrality of the great room in luxury design, and not only just a great room, but a truly vast, singular space, a spce very much unlike the segmented great rooms of some of the smaller homes within the community, but cultivate a truly contiguous and almost catholic, all-enveloping sense of grandeur.

Recreate Scarlett O’Hara’s famous Twelve Oaks staircase descend on the reg with the Callisto home plan! This 5,416 square foot home includes 5-6 bedrooms and 5.5-6.5 bathrooms with pricing beginning from $2,409,995.

The sheer size of this home allows for both the usual first floor guest suite and seperate study, but also the inclusion of a formal dining room space, a space I would instead use as a library in conjunction with my study–after all, who really entertains in their formal dining room nowadays? I would rather the informal spectacle of the great room dinner party over the delineated, structured dinner party any day of the week, but perhaps my Californian in showing just a smidge.

Stella offers perhaps the largest kitchen island, master bedroom suite, and bonus room within any home in Altair–a true feat of design! This 5,390 square foot home includes 5-6 bedrooms and 5.5-6.5 bathrooms with pricing beginning from $2,419,995.

The floor plan beautifully weaves and integrates the internal and external spaces of the home, all of which is centered around another majestic Toll Brothers staircase worthy of the silver screen.

Estrella, tucked away for maximum privacy, provides one of the highest cost of entry into the community, yet with that pricetag comes the privileges of a premium, secluded location, larger than average lots, and, if you’re into that sort of thing, more traditional, and conspicuous, indicators of amassed wealth.

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