open concept

More

Toll Brothers Announces Six New Model Homes at Viewpoint & Westridge Collections at Metro Heights Master Plan in Montebello, Calif.

  • October 14, 2022

Toll Brothers Metro Heights

Toll Brothers announced six new model homes in its Viewpoint and Westridge communities at Metro Heights are now open daily in Montebello, California.

Toll Brothers announced six new model homes in its Viewpoint and Westridge communities at Metro Heights are now open daily in Montebello, California.

Toll Brothers Metro Heights

“These homes set a new standard for modern living with incredible volume spaces, open concept floor plans, gorgeous exteriors, and unmatched views,” said Brad Hare, Division President of Toll Brothers in Southern California.

“These homes set a new standard for modern living with incredible volume spaces, open concept floor plans, gorgeous exteriors, and unmatched views,” said Brad Hare, Division President of Toll Brothers in Southern California.

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Toll Brothers, Inc. (NYSE:TOL), the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, today announced the grand opening of six new model homes at its Viewpoint and Westridge collections at Metro Heights. This exciting new resort-style master-planned community in the hills of Montebello, California has experienced high demand for its brand-new luxury home designs that feature volume ceilings soaring up to 30-feet in select designs.

“We are excited to debut our six incredible Metro Heights model homes showcasing an array of impactful and inspiring design features,” said Brad Hare, Division President of Toll Brothers in Southern California. “These homes set a new standard for modern living with incredible volume spaces, open concept floor plans, gorgeous exteriors, and unmatched views.”

Situated high in the hills of Montebello, Metro Heights is a new, future gated, resort-style master-planned community ideally located just a few miles from downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. Prospective home buyers will be able to choose from two collections of Toll Brothers single-family homes priced from $1.6 million and featuring two- and three-story home designs with exceptional views. Homeowners will enjoy no Mello Roos, and new homes that offer a range of energy-efficient features built into the design, including solar panels, tankless water heaters, and energy-efficient windows.

Viewpoint at Metro Heights offers three distinct floor plans with 5 to 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and three stories

Read the rest
More

How a couple with a $65k renovation budget created a cosy environment in their Pinnacle@Duxton home, Lifestyle News

  • October 10, 2022

As a young couple, it’s always an incredibly exciting time when you’ve managed to secure your first home. 

But once you get through all the stress of finding the right home, you’d soon realise the next part of the journey can be equally, if not even more taxing. 

There’s a certain pressure to getting everything right during the renovation process, as once it’s built it’ll be hard to change. Or even if you could, it may just be really expensive to do so. 

For Bryan and Tiffany (@jingwensathome), they were fortunate to find their 4-room resale HDB at Pinnacle@Duxton which was somewhat already aligned with what they wanted. 

“The flat was excellently maintained,” Bryan said. “It had minimal built-ins and already had quite an open concept.”

They also love how breezy the house is since it’s located on a higher floor.

That’s not to say that they had an easy renovation journey, like almost everyone else during the pandemic – they had a few challenges they had to overcome. And now, together with their four cat bosses – August, Austin, Audi, and Auri, they are enjoying the fruits of their labour.

Let’s join them as they share how they turned their vision into reality.

How the renovation journey turned out

The couple was ready to shell out up to $65,000 for their renovation. “We were prepared for around $60,000 to $65,000 as the total number for the cost,” Bryan said. “And so, we wanted to cap the initial quotation to $55,000, before all the adjustments and additional costs for lighting and electricity works along the way.”

He said their final renovation cost was around $63,000. This excludes the aircon and cat grills which totalled about $8,000.

Their approach helped them to stick to the budget. It prevented adding

Read the rest