With 2012 and January 2013 real estate data coming in, we have been cautiously optimistic about what has been going on in the Southern California market. Foreclosures are down, prices are going up and inventory is low. This trifecta in our post Great Recession world should create demand, however even we weren’t prepared for what has been happening at Woodbridge Pacific Group’s Brightwater Huntington Beach this week.
Campers. No, you’re not reading something from 2004. Brightwater has eleven sets of campers in line awaiting the first sales release of neighborhood Capri this Saturday. Thirty are expected by week’s end.
Located a few short blocks from Pacific Coast Highway, Brightwater offers new beach-close homes, many with unobstructed views of the coast and Bolsa Chica Wetlands. The three Brightwater neighborhoods encompass eleven new floor plan designs. Living spaces will range from approximately 1,992 to 2,685 square feet at Capri; 3,192 to 3,732 square feet at Seaglass; and 3,751 to 4,764 square feet at Azurene. Emphasizing indoor/outdoor living enjoyment and an array of luxury amenities, the homes will provide 3 to 6 bedrooms and 2.5 to 6.5 baths.