Davidson Communities to release new view homes at Maricel at Torrey Highlands on June 23

Davidson Communities will release four homes with premium views in its latest phase of large family homes at Maricel at Torrey Highlands on June 23.  Maricel is a gated neighborhood within the Poway Unified School District, offering elevated access to trails and open space.

Maricel Plan 1

With up to six bedrooms, Davidson’s Maricel includes 41 single-family detached homes on sites averaging over 6,000 square feet. Three plans range from 2,793 to 3,287 square feet and offer four to six bedrooms and 3.5 to 4.5 bathrooms. Plans were designed with maximum flexibility to accommodate any family configuration, with a downstairs bedroom suite in all three floor plans. Prices range from the mid $700,000s. For more information, call 858-356-2476.

Among the family-friendly options are oversized kitchen islands that range up to 10’ long, with seating for six. These table-sized gourmet islands can also function as a homework station. Another convenience designed by Davidson is a “drop zone,” connecting the garage to the kitchen, for backpacks, groceries, shoes, etc.

Maricel will offer two passive parks and one tot lot for exclusive use of the residents. There is also access to an extensive trail system that runs behind the property.

Information on Davidson Communities is available online at www.davidsoncommunities.com.

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