Framing completed at Davidson’s Miraval at Torrey Highlands

Visible from busy SR 56, new homes at Davidson Communities’ Miraval at Torrey Highlands are now framed and on track for a post-Super Bowl 2012 grand opening.

Located near Carmel Valley Road and Caminito Vistana, Miraval is a gated community of 41 single-family detached homes on lots averaging 5,000 square feet. Pricing is expected to begin in the $700,000s.

“Torrey Highlands has sustained its market strength primarily because of its appeal to family buyers who are shopping for amenities like the high-achieving Westview High School,” said Bill Davidson, president of Davidson Communities.

Designed by William Hezmalhalch Architects, Miraval’s three floor plans offer four to six bedrooms, 3.5 to 4.5 bathrooms, and family-friendly features like cozy dens, teen lofts and walk-in kitchen pantries. Each two-story home features a two-car garage and a downstairs bedroom with a full bath. Homes are loaded with generous flex spaces to encourage families to create rooms that function within their individual lifestyles.

The award-winning team at Design Line Interiors is orchestrating interior design for Miraval’s three model homes.

An interest list for Miraval is available at www.davidsoncommunities.com/contact.

Headquartered in Del Mar, Davidson has been building high-quality homes of architectural distinction for California consumers since 1978. In October 2011, Bill Davidson was inducted into national Builder Magazine’s Hall of Fame for Design Excellence. Information on Davidson Communities is available online at www.davidsoncommunities.com.

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