House of the week: Coastal close to Portico

Plan 1 at Pardee Homes’ Portico is just one of the four floor plans in this single-family detached home neighborhood at Pacific Highlands Ranch.

With approximately 2,165 square feet and three or four bedrooms, the home features master suites with private dressing areas and walk-in closets. Energy efficient options include roof-integrated solar power and tankless water heaters.

Other plans range up to 2,405 square feet at Portico, where the final phase is for sale.

Located: 13528 Scarlet Sage Trail, Carmel Valley
Price: Starting at $698,000
Contact: Pardee Homes, (858) 350-9492 or visit

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