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LUXURY LIVING AT THE BEACH FOR RESIDENTS OF BRIGHTWATER IN HUNTINGTON BEACH

Wednesday, February 08, 2012 / Kovach Marketing

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – After attracting more than 50 new home buyers in 2011 alone, Brightwater in Huntington Beach continues to be the address of choice for families who dream of enjoying the timeless appeal of living just a short walk from the surf and sand along the coast of world-famous Surf City USA®. Brightwater’s award-winning, quality-crafted homes are located in a quiet and secluded family community that rewards residents with the rhythm of the waves, radiant and romantic sunsets, excellent weather and the satisfaction of spending 365 days a year in a setting that is only a vacation getaway for most people.

 

“Brightwater is the last new community of its kind along the north coast of Orange County,” stated Todd Cunningham, President of Woodbridge Pacific Group, which is overseeing construction, marketing, sales and customer service at Brightwater. “It offers an extraordinary opportunity to own a brand-new home in a highly desirable beachside location at an amazing price.”

 

To appeal to a broad spectrum of prospective homeowners, Brightwater offers four distinctive residential collections: The Trails, The Sands, The Cliffs and The Breakers.

 

A Brightwater address is surprisingly affordable at The Trails, where prices start in the high $700,000s. A limited number of remaining production homes range from approximately 1,710 to 1,953 square feet, including three to four bedrooms and two and one-half baths plus a two-car garage. The largest plan takes on the added dimension of an optional secluded third-floor loft, and gourmet island kitchens and private courtyards enhance most plans. 

 

The Sands presents a trio of charming two-story floor plans with living areas measuring approximately 1,927 to 2,463 square feet, including three to four bedrooms and two and one-half to three and one-half baths plus a two-car garage. Offering exceptional versatility, the homes boast a variety of room options, which vary by plan. Among them are a quiet den, a master-suite retreat and a bunkroom that’s ideal for two youngsters to share. The Sands' prices start in the low $800,000s.

 

At The Cliffs, elegant two-story residences encompass four to six bedrooms and three to five baths within approximately 2,724 to 3,590 square feet. Garages feature either a three-car or two-car expanded configuration. Most plans include a bonus room and a private courtyard and select locations are also enhanced by spectacular views of the Bolsa Chica wetlands and the Pacific Ocean. Prices at The Cliffs start at $1,155,600, and extra-large homesites are now available.

 

The Breakers is Brightwater's crowning achievement, offering the community’s largest and most luxurious residences, many of which take on the added drama of ocean and wetlands views. These magnificent homes span approximately 3,162 to 4,408 square feet, with four to six bedrooms, three and one-half to six baths, plus a three- or four-car garage. Impressive fireplaces warm the family room in each home, private courtyards invite outdoor living, and bonus rooms or teen rooms expand the dimensions of most plans. Prices begin at $1,380,000.

 

The last community of its kind along the north coast of Orange County, Brightwater is a distinctive master-planned community that offers a unique opportunity to experience Southern California coastal living at its best. With its prime location in world-famous Huntington Beach, Brightwater is close to the renowned beaches and historic pier that inspired the name Surf City USA. Brightwater's closest neighbor, Bolsa Chica State Beach, is one of three beaches that stretch for 8.5 seamless miles along the Huntington Beach coastline. For traditional family outings, there's also Huntington State Beach, on the city's southern end, which is popular with swimmers, bodysurfers and body boarders. In the heart of town, Huntington City Beach, anchored by the historic Huntington Beach Pier, is the favorite of surfers and is also the site of such international sports competitions as the US Open of Surfing.

 

With such diverse sports as surfing, skateboarding, biking, boating, fishing, golf, tennis and beach volleyball, there's never a shortage of recreational opportunities in Huntington Beach, and even after the sun goes down, the local entertainment scene includes casual as well as sophisticated dining, nightlife and theater. In addition, the International Surfing Museum houses some of the sport's most treasured artifacts, the Huntington Beach Art Center features works by artists of national and international prominence, and the Surfers' Hall of Fame is anchored by a bronze stature of Duke Kahanamoku, the "Father of Surfing," on the corner of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway.

 

Along with all those permanent attractions, there's always something special happening in Huntington Beach, where events run the gamut from world-class athletic competitions to free summer concerts at Pier Plaza, the annual Surf Film Festival, weekly Farmers' Markets, swap meets at Golden West College and monthly tours of the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, which is also within walking distance of Brightwater. One of the highlights of every summer is the annual Independence Day Parade, which is considered the largest event of its kind west of the Mississippi.

 

For families with young children, Brightwater offers the educational excellence of Hope View Elementary School, which has been honored with the prestigious California Distinguished School award.

 

An added benefit at Brightwater is Huntington Beach's easy driving distance to almost every major Southern California tourist attraction. Disneyland is only 25 minutes away, and Brightwater is also close to more than 30 other well-known local attractions that include Universal Studios, Knott's Berry Farm and the newly renovated Queen Mary.

 

The community of Brightwater encompasses 356 homes in four inviting residential neighborhoods that have been carefully designed to meet a wide range of needs and desires. Many of the homes are enhanced by gorgeous ocean and wetlands views. In addition, 37 acres are being preserved as open space and conservation area. Home buyers at Brightwater will enjoy years of significant savings because the community has no Mello-Roos taxes and a low property tax rate of only 1.7%.

 

Brightwater is being built by Mission Viejo based Woodbridge Pacific Group, Inc. Leading the WPG team is Founder and President Todd Cunningham.  Cunningham has more than 30 years of experience as both a successful California homebuilder and community developer, with broad expertise in new home design, project planning, construction management, sales, and marketing.   The WPG management team consists of professionals from nearly every sector of the homebuilding industry, collectively representing the development of more than 20,000 new homes as well as some of the most successful master-planned communities in Southern California and throughout the western states.  

 

The design excellence of Brightwater is showcased in 14 exquisitely decorated model homes. To tour them, travel Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) to Warner Avenue. Turn north on Warner Avenue, then right on Brightwater Drive and follow the signs to the models.

 

From the 405 Freeway, exit Warner West (northbound) or Bolsa Chica Street (southbound). Proceed south on Bolsa Chica Street until it ends, turn right on Brightwater Drive and follow the signs to the models.

 

Home buyers can keep up to date on all the latest news and goings-on by visiting Brightwater on Facebook, where photos and floor plans of the decorated models are featured. To visit the Facebook page, just type Brightwater Huntington Beach in the social networking website's search box.

 

Models are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Mondays, when hours are noon to 5 p.m. For further information about The Trails and The Sands, call New Home Counselors Lori Schulte and Luci Ice at 714-846-4216. For additional details on The Cliffs and The Breakers, contact New Home Counselors Louise Easton, Joe Schulte and Patrick Loyd at 714-846-6417. Prospective buyers are also encouraged to visit the website at http://www.brightwaterhb.com  

 

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