Grand Opening Aug. 25: New condominiums by Pardee Homes

The grand opening of Sorrento Terrace, a neighborhood of stylish condominiums by Pardee Homes, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 25.  Sorrento Terrace brings a collection of 71 new homes to the area.

Ideally located above Sorrento Valley, Sorrento Terrace includes seven floor plans, offering up to three bedrooms, two baths and approximately 991 to 1,541 square feet.  Charming Spanish and Craftsman architecture accent these eco-friendly, one- and two-story homes priced  from the high $300,000s.

Visitors who attend the grand opening will be among the first to tour the models homes, and can meet with Senior Park Ranger Gina Washington to learn about the recreational features of nearby Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, enter a prize drawing and enjoy complimentary California Quivers® fresh frozen beverages.

For more information visit or call the Pardee Homes online specialist at (858) 342-8797.  Sorrento Terrace is located at 11125 Taloncrest Way, just off Calle Cristobal near Camino Santa Fe Road and Sorrento Valley Road.

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