July 11, 2014
-- Lennar welcomes homebuyers to their new dream home! The debut of Camino Pacific showcases three floorplans to choose from in desirable North Fontana. Home seekers will have the opportunity to tour magnificent home designs and start planning to move into the home they’ve been searching for on Saturday, July 19th.
“The debut will showcase a variety of home styles for potential homeowners that should not be missed!” said Tara Conklin, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Lennar Inland Empire.
These impressive two-story floorplans range from 2,414 to 2,791 square feet and present four bedrooms and up to three and a half bathrooms. Potential buyers can expect features including two-bay car garages, large bedroom suites with dual closets, great rooms opening to a dining room with covered patios, gourmet culinary kitchens with extra counter space, and large Islands, perfect for entertaining and special cooking needs, and walk-in pantries.
Fontana, a robust neighborhood and home to a lush municipal park, historical theater, libraries, delicious restaurants, and the Auto Club Speedway, inhabits interests for all ages.
Hitting a new level of sophistication, each residence comes with the Everything’s Included® package. Among the most noteworthy of these features are slab granite countertops, upgraded cabinetry, gourmet GE® stainless steel appliances, Nexia™ Home Intelligence, home automation and much more. Buyers will also enjoy several hi-tech energy efficient features already included in the solar homes, such as tankless water heaters, low VOC paint, radiant barrier, roof sheathing, and much more.
Homebuyers can sign up on the interest list on LENNAR.com or call (888)-216-0726 for more information.
With hundreds of communities nationwide and homes designed for first-time, move-up and luxury homebuyers, Lennar is one of the nation’s leading and most respected homebuilders. Lennar has a longstanding history of building homes of enduring quality in only the most well planned and desirable locations throughout the country.