City Ventures offers close-out pricing on last three remaining homes at The Crosby Villas Collection

California’s most active homebuilder, City Ventures Residences, is now offering close-out pricing on their last three remaining new homes.  Situated along the 16th fairway of the renowned golf course at The Crosby in Rancho Santa Fe, the Crosby Villas by City Ventures offer architectural sophistication in a breathtaking setting. Classic, villa-style homes with private interior courtyards provide a relaxed venue for outdoor living and entertainment.

Two exceptional homes remaining offer dramatic fairway views of The Crosby’s signature hole and range from 3-4 bedrooms with 2,984-3,312 s.f. with a $25,000 buyer incentive to be used towards appliance upgrades, sports memberships or closing costs.  Only one off-course Villa remains with its very own private backyard and is ready for move in now and is being offered at an unbelievably low price of $599,900, excluding buyer incentives.  This exceptional villa offers 2 bedrooms with an oversized separate retreat off the master suite and 2.5 bathrooms, with 3,312 square feet of open living space.

The Crosby Villas Collection is located at 17264 Turf Club Drive, San Diego, 92127.  Off either Del Dios Hwy or Camino Del Sur, turn on Bing Crosby Blvd. then west on Crosby Club Drive (entrance to Golf Club), follow the City Ventures Crosby Villas Collection sign towards the green, turn right on Turf Club Drive.  The Sales Office is open by appointment by calling 760-707-9805 or by contacting Chris@CityVentures.com.

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