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Cornerstone Has Broken Ground on Pacific Ridge in Oceanside

Cornerstone Communities has broken ground on Pacific Ridge, a 30-acre, 317-unit gated community being built on the last remaining land within the Rancho del Oro master planned community in Oceanside, California. Model construction is expected to begin in January 2016, with homes for sale by summer 2016.

Pacific Ridge will consist of three communities with three distinct product types, all with two-car side-by-side garages, luxury finishes and private yards. Lucero will offer 125 three to four bedroom, up to three-and-a-half bath townhomes ranging from 1,570 to 1,825 square feet. Brisas will offer 120 two-story three to four bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath townhomes ranging from 1,480 to 1,812 square feet. Altura will offer 72 upscale three to four bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath two-story single-family detached homes ranging from 1,770 to 2,030 square feet. 

“This is a beautiful project in a prestigious hilltop location with refreshing coastal breezes ideally located with access to three main freeways for commuting to anywhere in San Diego County and within a mile of K-12 schools,” says Michael J. Sabourin, President and COO of Cornerstone Communities. “Homeowners will have spectacular hillside views and, from the western portion, will be able to see the ocean.” 

Pacific Ridge residents will have access to numerous community amenities, including a heated lap pool, a generous spa within an expansive open-air and covered lounge area, covered dining and entertaining space with barbecues, scenic vantage point seating areas, a dog park, a flexible outdoor fitness space and a community walking path.

“We are already seeing a great amount of interest,” Sabourin says. “Demand is high because this represents the last chance for people to buy within the beautiful master plan of Rancho del Oro.”


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