Real Estate

What's new?

Very few new homes are on the market today

2015 is not shaping up as a banner year for new residential construction in Menlo Park, Palo Alto or Mountain View.

But a few new projects offer opportunities to live in brand-new homes, including attached residences in Mountain View and free-standing homes in Palo Alto's Duveneck/St. Francis neighborhood.

Here's a snapshot of new construction currently on the market:

Name of project: Guild Thirty-Three

Address: Sales office: 1951 Colony St., Mountain View

Project description: Thirty-three attached residences, ranging from 1,251 to 1,972 square feet, are being pre-sold. Amenities include private courtyards, gourmet kitchens and energy-efficient features such as solar panels, water heater, heating and air conditioning and dual-glazed windows.

Developer: William Lyon Homes

Cost: in the $1.2 to $1.5 million range

Information: lyonguild33.com; 650-584-3117; sales counselor: Trinh Tran, Trinh.Tran@lyonhomes.com

Name of project: Edgewood Plaza

Address: 2086 Channing Ave., Palo Alto

Project description: Ten three- and four-bedroom homes with open-floor plan, gourmet kitchen, master suite (with heated master-bath floors), private patio and attached two-car garage

Developer: Sand Hill Property Company

Cost: beginning at $2,995,000

Information: 2086channing.com; listing agent: Nathalie de Saint Andrieu, Nathaliesa@pacunion.com, 650-804-9696

Name of project: Reflection

Address: Sales office: 1956 Rock St., Mountain View

Project description: Nineteen three-level homes ranging from 1,413 to 2,022 square feet, two and three bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 bathrooms, many with porches and/or decks and attached two-car garages

Developer: Dividend Homes

Cost: in the high $1.1 million range

Information: dividendhomes.com/community/reflection, Mjfrankel@DividendHomes.com or call 408-465-2544

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