Four undeveloped home sites sold at The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe

Four of the last nine remaining undeveloped lots within The Bridges have just been sold to a custom home builder for $3.4 million. The lots are approximately half-acre parcels and will be built out as custom homes.

Purchaser of the land was Bridges Calle Messina LLC, a consortium of several highly regarded developers with extensive portfolios in San Diego and Orange County.

“Conveniently located near The Bridges’ $5 million Tennis & Rec Centre, these home sites have been held back since The Bridges opened in 2000,” said Director of Real Estate Bob Jackson.

The design process is being led by Roger L. Basinger, executive vice president of architects BP associates of San Diego. Plans are currently being reviewed by the County of San Diego and The Bridges Design Review Committee, with framing expected to begin this fall.

“All four homes will be single level, featuring California Ranch architecture so familiar in the Rancho Santa Fe area,” said Jackson. “The builders and design team are creating floor plans that range from 5,000 to 6,000 square feet with four to five bedrooms. Plans feature oversized kitchens, great rooms and master suites as well as flexible space to accommodate home offices, more formal dining, or additional bedrooms. All homes include a wine room, a four-car garage, pool and landscaping.”

For more information on these newly released home sites at The Bridges, contact Bob Jackson at The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe Sales Company, 858-756-8700.

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