Final homes now selling at Terramar in Torrey Highlands

The final homes, including two models, are now selling at Terramar (in photo at right), located in the popular Torrey Highlands community off SR56 near Westview High School.  Priced from the high $700s, these beautiful family homes, located in a great family setting, include upgrades throughout and the remaining homes are move-in ready.

“Don’t miss this chance to own at Terramar, a neighborhood known for its spacious, versatile floor plans and a location coveted by families seeking a home served by the highly rated Poway Unified School District,” said Rachel Collins, director of sales for Pardee Homes.  “These new, upgraded homes have the latest features, and among the remaining floor plans is the highly upgraded Plan 1A model home on home site 30. This beautiful, four bedroom, three bath home has a three-bay garage and is not only fully landscaped, but includes solar.”

The Plan 1A model is available with special financing options and includes upgraded stainless steel appliances, upgraded marble and carpet flooring, a tankless water heater and central vacuum system.

To visit Terramar from I-5 or I-15, take SR 56 and exit at Camino Del Sur; go north to Fallhaven Road and turn right.  For more information call (858) 240-6282 or  (858) 342-8797 or visit

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