SummerHill Homes has an indisputable reputation for seeking out and developing premier communities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley. The Portfolio Collection showcases a small sampling of our previous communities.
Ainsley Square, Campbell
A charming enclave of new homes located in the heart of historic downtown Campbell sold out in January 2002. Conveniently located near highways 17, 280 and 85, this community features four distinctive floorplans, all with three bedrooms. The exteriors are enhanced by spacious front porches and white picket fences reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s. Ainsley Square was priced from the mid $500,000s to high $600,000s. In May 2001, the City of Campbell Preservation Board presented this community with a Certificate of Recognition for Compatible Architecture.
Amberly, San Jose
Located on Aborn Road in San Jose, offering 72 single-family detached homes with distinctive architecture, sold out in February 2002. These beautiful new homes feature three and four bedrooms and range from approximately 1,807 to 2,230 square feet. The exquisite detailing of the Monterey, Spanish, and French Country architectural styles create a timeless neighborhood presence. Amberly was priced from the high $400,000s to mid $500,000s.
Bella Monte, San Jose
A distinctive new home community located in San Jose, sold out in November 2003. The beautiful Evergreen Foothills are the backdrop for the Monterey, Spanish, and French Cottage architectural styles of Bella Monte. This memorable community offers 72, three and four-bedroom single-family detached homes with floorplans from approximately 1,820 to 2,241 square feet. Adding to its ambiance is a community pool. Bella Monte homes were priced from the low $500,000s to the low $700,000s.
Sold out in October 2005. Set in the majestic hills of Novato offering picturesque views of the surrounding oak-studded hillside, BelleTerre offers spacious single-family homes in two home collections. All 68 homes are meticulously designed to blend with and enhance the natural setting. The 44 homes of The Hills at BelleTerre offer 3 bedrooms with up to approximately 1,953 square feet, priced from the mid $600,000s to the high $700,000s. The 24 exquisite executive homes of The Reserve offer up to 4 bedrooms in approximately 2,811 square feet, priced from the high $800,000s to low $1,000,000s.
Features two - and three-bedroom townhome-style condominiums with up to approximately 2,096 square feet. Tucked in the Belmont hills, the beautiful Craftsman-style homes sold out in October 2005. Cambridge was built with an active lifestyle in mind with abundant living space expanded by private decks and patios. Cambridge amenities include a pool and spa, play lot, and access to Water Dog Lake Park. The Carlmont hills offer a world of recreation, while easy access to downtown offers a bustling shopping area and community center. Cambridge was priced from the low $600,000s to the low $800,000s.
Creekside at Saratoga, Saratoga
Sold Out on July 2013. Creekside at Saratoga was comprised of twenty Luxury Townhomes located within walking distance to Saratoga Village, one of the Bay Area’s most sought-after communities. Creekside at Saratoga offered 13 different floor plans featuring 3-5 bedrooms with approximately 1,992 to 3,774 square feet of living space and two car garages. Within easy walking distance to some of Saratoga’s top-ranked schools. Convenient commute access to most of Silicon Valley. Nestled nearby downtown Saratoga Village. Close to a bounty of parks, shopping areas, wineries, and award-winning restaurants, some literally steps from your door. Traditional, low-maintenance two-story homes with private outdoor space with the appeal of Single-Family-Home living. GreenPoint rated, creating a green environment that is both energy efficient and environmentally friendly. The property was heavily wooded and a number of mature trees were preserved and relocated on site. Creekside at Saratoga homes were priced from the 1,000,000’s to the low 2,000,000s.
Echelon, Palo Alto
This community in Palo Alto offered upscale condominium living that sold out in November 2009. These 99 homes provided three beautiful home designs with two to three bedrooms and approx. 1,130 to 1,629 sq. ft. Located near midtown Palo Alto, Echelon is convenient to Stanford, Silicon Valley and downtown Mountain View. These homes are also located in the highly regarded Palo Alto Unified School District. Echelon homes were priced from the high $700,000s to the high $900,000s.
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The Enclave at Waverly Park, Mountain View
Located in Mountain View's Waverly Park, a well-established neighborhood. The Enclave at Waverly Park offered 53 one and two- story, single-family homes with up to 6 bedrooms, up to approximately 2,940 square feet, and each on a minimum homesite of approximately 8,000 square feet. Due to the high demand 5 more homes were added at St. Giles at Waverly Park, totaling 58 homes.
All homes are solar-powered and are designed to be GreenPoint rated, including energy efficient features such as tankless hot water systems, low VOC paints and materials, and Energy Star appliances.
Sold Out in December 2013. The Enclave was priced from the low $1,000,000s to the mid $2,000,000.
2011 Excellence in Home Building Awards BIA (MAME): Community of the Year - Detached
2011 Excellence in Home Building Awards BIA (MAME): Green Community of the Year
Georgetown, San Jose
Located two blocks off The Alameda and minutes from all the amenities of downtown San Jose, this community sold out in March 2004. The Georgetown community offers 94 townhomes with two-car attached garages and up to approximately 1,859 square feet. The homes at Georgetown include two- and three-bedroom floorplans with luxurious features such as spacious open kitchens, separate living rooms, and impressive master suites with oval soaking tubs and a separate shower, per residence. Georgetown was priced from the mid $400,000s to the mid $500,000s.
Heritage Grove, Los Gatos
This community, which sold its last home in early 2002, offered homebuyers a rare opportunity to own an executive-style new home in the scenic Los Gatos foothills. The distinctive architecture of its floorplans is reminiscent of historic Los Gatos with wood and shake siding, bay windows, and porte cocheres. The minimum 10,000 square foot homesites are adjacent to 88 acres of dedicated open space and a 1.5-acre flowering tree grove at the community’s entrance is reminiscent of the site’s history. Heritage Grove was priced from the low $1,000,000s to the high $1,000,000s.
Lane Woods, Menlo Park
Located in Menlo Park, this community offered 32 single family residences including the 2008 Sunset Idea House and sold out in November 2009. This distinctive community of two-story residences took its name from the Lane family, longtime publishers of Sunset Magazine and original landscapers of its beautiful grounds. These homes offered up to 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths in up to 2,998 sq ft. Considering the beautiful, serene setting, Lane Woods is conveniently located near Stanford University and shopping, downtown Palo Alto and all major freeways. Lane Woods was priced from the low to high $1,000,000s.
Las Brisas, San Jose
A distinctive new home community centrally-located in a beautiful, well-established San Jose neighborhood sold out in September 2004. The 78 well-appointed, single-family homes offer easy, convenient access to downtown San Jose and downtown Willow Glen as well as Highways 87 and 85, and Capitol Expressway. The homes range in size from approximately 1,953 to 2,259 square feet and feature three and four bedroom floorplans, and include today’s most sought-after features such as spacious open kitchens, separate formal living and dining rooms, per residence, family rooms, and luxurious master suites. Las Brisas’ eye-catching French, Spanish, and Italian architecture complements the surrounding established community beautifully. To see more of Las Brisas, please visit the photo gallery. Las Brisas homes were priced from the mid $600,000s to the mid $800,000s.
Maravilla Cottages, Campbell
Centrally located on the corner of San Tomas Expressway & W. Campbell Avenue, Maravilla offered a limited opportunity of 16 Single Family Homes; it sold out in February 2013. The two story homes with private outdoor areas ranged in size from approximately 1,514 -1,590 square feet with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 baths. Maravilla offered a world of recreation, with easy access to downtown, neighboring the Los Gatos Creek Trail, Campbell Community Center, Heritage Theatre, as well as family activities such as tennis, baseball and soccer at nearby Morgan Park. Maravilla was priced from the high $600,000s to the mid $700,000s.
Maravilla Townhomes, Campbell
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This Community sold out in June 2012. Centrally located on the corner of San Tomas Expressway and West Campbell Avenue, Maravilla Townhomes offered 24 brand new 2 bedroom & 2.5 baths in up to approximately 1512 -1549 square feet. Maravilla in Campbell offers nearby major employers, thriving business and several universities all supported by easy access to freeways and VTA's light rail system. Outdoor activities made this community a great place to live with the nearby Los Gatos Creek Trail or Morgan Park. Designed to enjoy all the downtown activities Maravilla is within walking distance of The Ainsley House, Campbell Library, Campbell Community Center and The Heritage Theatre. The City of Campbell and Charities Housing processed all the applications.
Marisol, San Bruno
A desirable community of 115 single-family homes resting along a gentle sloping ridgeline of San Bruno, sold out in October 2005. Marisol has been thoughtfully designed to harmonize with the natural terrain creating a serene setting that blends seamlessly with the surrounding area. Each home offers striking architectural styling featuring four- and five-bedrooms in up to approximately 2,587 square feet. Additional distinguishing amenities include traditional backyards, a neighborhood park, and convenient peninsula location. Marisol was priced from the low $700,000s to low $1,000,000s.
Merimont, San Bruno
This community sold out in 2011. Located in the hills above San Bruno with many homes offering Bay Views, Merimont offered 70 single-family homes with 3 to 5 bedrooms in approximately 1,785 to 2,289 square feet. A new neighborhood park with play structure, barbeque, and picnic facility offer a wealth of outdoor activities for children and adults alike. Merimont is only minutes from I-280 and BART for easy access to work or recreation in San Francisco and the rest of the Bay Area. Merimont was priced from the high $700,000s to the high $900,000s.
Miaramonte Heights, San Jose
This community, located in the Piedmont Hills area of San Jose near Berryessa Road and offering 64 beautiful single-family detached homes, sold out in January 2002. The spacious floorplans featured three-and four-bedrooms and ranged in size from approximately 1,807 to 2,230 square feet. The Monterey, Spanish and French Country architectural styles combined beautifully to create a memorable neighborhood. Miramonte Heights was priced from the high $500,000s to low $600,000s.
Morgan Square, Fremont
Located in the delightful Centerville District of Fremont, this community offered 48 single-family homes and townhome-style condominiums with three and four bedrooms in approximately 1,480 to 2,023 square feet. The six floorplans offered well-designed kitchens, flexible living and dining areas, spacious master bedrooms, two-car garages, and lovely outdoor areas. A charming community park with a tot lot and picnic area perfect for gathering with friends and family. Centrally-located near Fremont Blvd., Morgan Square offered easy access to schools, parks, dining, and shopping. Morgan Square sold out in July 2008 and was priced from the high $600,000s to the low $800,000s.
Nolan Farms, Pleasanton
Located near downtown Pleasanton, this community sold its last home in October 2002. This community offers a rural atmosphere and convenience to Silicon Valley. Five distinctive floorplans feature three, four, and five bedrooms ranging from approximately 2,500 to 4,100 square feet. These single-family detached homes offering Traditional, Craftsman, Victorian, and Cape Cod architectural styles, are built on large lots up to 10,000 square feet creating a timeless neighborhood presence. A 1.3-acre linear park is constructed along Arroyo Del Valle completing this new community. Nolan Farms was priced from the mid $800,000's.
Park Station, South San Francisco
This community, located in South San Francisco offered 99 condominium residences which opened in June 2008 and sold out in February 2010. With the South San Francisco BART station located across the street, Park Station was at the gateway to the City and the Bay Area. These condominiums offered 1 and 2 bedrooms, in up to 1, 315 sq ft. Park Station also offered residents with an owners lounge and fitness room. Located within walking distance of BART, downtown shopping, and the Centennial Trail, Park Station was an ideal location for an active urban lifestyle. Park Station was priced from the high $200,000s to the low $500,000s.
Parkwood, San Jose
This community, in San Jose, featured two new home collection, the Redwood Collection and the Garden Collection. The Redwood Collection at Parkwood offered 87 distinctive single-family homes in the Cambrian Park area of west San Jose. The three spacious and flexible floorplans showcase a variety of room options, large master suites, and up to four bedrooms and three baths in up to 2,107 sq. ft. The Garden Collection at Parkwood offered 115 flats and townhome-style condominiums with five floorplans including attached garages in up to 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths in up to 1,536 sq. ft. This unique community is bordered by many striking Coast Redwood trees, served by high-ranking schools, and with an approximately 1.3 acre community park. Parkwood offered easy access to downtown Los Gatos as well as dining, shopping and major freeways. The Redwood Collection at Parkwood sold out in September 2009 and was priced from the mid $500,000s to the high $700,000s. The Garden Collection at Parkwood sold out in November 2009 and was priced from the low $400,000s to the high $600,000s.
Pierce Ranch, San Jose
Set in the beautiful Almaden Valley amidst the hills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, this community sold out in October 2007. Named for the dairy ranch that operated on the site, the community featured stunning single-family homes that beautifully complement their magnificent surroundings. The homes ranged in size from approximately 3,454 to 4,201 square feet with four and five bedrooms on sizeable homesites. Pierce Ranch is served by highly-rated schools. Pierce Ranch was priced from the low to high $1,000,000s.
Ravenna, San Jose
This distinctive new single-family detached home community in San Jose sold out in August 2004. Monterey, Spanish, and French Cottage architectural styles created an unforgettable community situated with convenient access to downtown San Jose and Willow Glen. Homes range in size from approximately 1,489 to 1,712 square feet with two to four bedrooms, and offer many sought-after amenities such as volume ceilings, gourmet kitchens, and luxurious master suites. Ravenna homes were priced from the high $400,000s to the high $500,000s. In 2004, The Capri (Residence One) won the Gold Nugget Grand Award.
Redwood Gate, Palo Alto
This community sold out in May 2011. Located in Palo Alto, the community offered 45 single-family and duet homes with up to 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths in approximately 1,769 to 2,377 square feet. Redwood Gate featured two and three story homes surrounded by private neighborhood streets, pedestrian oriented design and wide sidewalks surrounded by mature trees throughout the neighborhood, providing a tranquil, natural landscape. The community has a �-acre community park in the heart of the community. Redwood Gate blended new homes with a prime location located just minutes from Palo Alto's highly-rated public schools, downtown dining, upscale shopping and vibrant nightlife. Redwood Gate was priced from the low $1,000,000s to the mid $1,5000,000s.
This community in Fremont features three new home collections, Gables, Cottages, and Towns. Rosewood is designed as a master-planned community with open spaces including a 1/3 acre city park in the heart of the community. In addition to shopping and dining in the Irvington District and nearby downtown Fremont, Rosewood offers homeowners easy commute access to the rest of the Bay Area via Highways 680 and 880. The Towns featured townhome-style condominiums with two to four bedrooms in up to approximately 1,572 square feet. The Towns sold out in June 2009 and were priced from the mid to high $400,000s. The Cottages featured detached single family homes with three to four bedrooms with approximately 1,310 to 2,036 square feet. The Cottages sold out in April 2010 and were priced from the low $500,000s to high $600,000s.
Royal Oaks at Eagle Ridge, Gilroy
This community is nestled in the Eagle Ridge Golf Course gated community in Gilroy. Located near the 17th fairway of the course, this community consists of 40 single-family detached homes. Three distinctive floorplans feature three, four, and five bedrooms and three and four-car garages ranging from approximately 3,200 to 4,100 square feet. Lot sizes range up to 14,000 square feet. Homes offer Traditional, Craftsman, and Monterey architectural styles. Royal Oaks at Eagle Ridge homeowners enjoy membership at the golf course. Royal Oaks at Eagle Ridge was priced from the low $700,000's to the low $1,000,000's.
Sancerre, San Jose
Located in the Cambrian area of San Jose, this community sold its last beautiful home in fall 2001. Designed to have exciting curb appeal and dramatic floorplans, Sancerre is conveniently located just minutes from highways 85 and 17. The distinctive homes offered three- to six-bedrooms in approximately 2,300 to 3,600 square feet with Monterey Revival, Traditional and French Country architectural styles. Sancerre was priced from the mid $900,000s to mid $1,000,000s.
Satake Estates, Mountain View
Satake Estates sold out in May 2011. Situated in an established Mountain View neighborhood, Satake Estates offered 30 single-family homes with 3 to 5 bedrooms and approximately 2,238 to 3,358 square feet. Featuring Los Altos schools, this community was desirable for families. Satake Estates is less than a � mi to Castro Street in downtown Mountain View and just over 1 mi to downtown Los Altos. Satake Estates was priced from the low $1,500,000s to the high $2,100,000s.
Stone Valley Oaks, Alamo
This community offered homebuyers a limited opportunity to own a luxurious new home located amid the rolling foothills and heritage oak trees of Alamo. Stone Valley Oaks sold its final home in November 2003. A community of 47 luxury homes ranging from approximately 3,600 to 5,200 square feet, Stone Valley Oaks boasts impressive homesites ranging from one-half to one acre. Seven floorplans offer four and five bedrooms and three to four-car garages. Stone Valley Oaks was priced from the low $1,000,000s to the low $2,000,000s.
Sycamore Heights, Pleasanton
Located in the rolling hills of Pleasanton, this community sold out in September 2006. The community featured executive-style living in a beautiful natural setting with 48 exquisitely designed single-family homes. In addition to beautiful views of the surrounding area including the Sunol Ridge and Mount Diablo, the community was near the charming downtown area of Pleasanton. The homes ranged in size from approximately 3,200 to 5,000 square feet with four and five bedrooms on homesites of nearly one-half acre. Sycamore Heights is served by the highly-regarded Pleasanton Unified School District. Sycamore Heights was priced from mid $1,000,000s to low $2,000,000s.
Talavera, Union City
This community in west Union City features two new home collections, Legacy and Traditions. Legacy featured three spacious and flexible floorplans with large master suites, up to 3,957 sq ft, and up to six bedrooms and four and a half baths. Fashioned with an appealing blend of Santa Barbara, Cottage, and French Normandy architectural styles, these breathtaking homes sold out in April 2009. The Traditions collection featured five floorplans with one and two stories in up to 3,367 sq. ft. and up to five bedrooms and four baths. Talavera sold out in November 2009. The homes of Legacy at Talavera were priced from the low to mid $1,000,000s. The homes of Traditions at Talavera were priced from the low $800,000s to the low $1,000,000s.
University Park, Palo Alto
Located in coveted downtown Palo Alto just three blocks from University Avenue, this community sold out in March 2006. University Park is a masterplan community offering three new home collections and an historic village. The Channing Collection featured single-family homes from approximately 1,700 to 4,800 square feet, many with separate studios above the detached garage. Also part of the Channing Collection is an historic village of five, beautifully restored homes - three of which were moved to their present location to form the historic village. Weatherly showcased elegant single-story condominium homes up to approximately 1,800 square feet. Woodmark offered beautifully-designed condominium homes featuring two-level homes and main-level master suite up to approximately 2,300 square feet. Woodmark is adjacent to the new Heritage Park. All the homes and condominium buildings were designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding neighborhood. University Park was priced from the $800,000s to over $3,000,000, and is the winner of thirteen industry awards.
Villa Savona, Fremont
This community located in the hills of Fremont, sold out in March 2007. The community offered 26 executive-style homes in an established neighborhood. In addition to a neighborhood park within the community, Villa Savona offered a prime location near Fremont's historic Irvington District as well as Downtown Fremont's Central Park and Civic Center. The homes ranged in size from approximately 3,545 to 3,889 square feet with four to six bedrooms. Villa Savona is served by the highly-regarded Mission San Jose Schools. Villa Savona was priced from mid $1,000,000s to high $1,000,000s.
Village Square, San Jose
This community sold out in December 2010. Located in vibrant midtown San Jose, offered 95 urban townhome-style condominiums and live/work homes with up to 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths in up to approximately 1,647 square feet. Village Square living includes a one-third acre community park, with BBQ area and kids play area. Just up the street, Santana Row and Westfield Valley Fair offer the perfect mix of shopping, dining, and nightlife. And, all major highways are just moments away for easy commuting and quick access to the rest of the Bay Area. Village Square was priced from the high $300,000s to the low $600,000s.
The Vistas At Heritage, San Jose
Part of an overall hillside master-planned community, this community designed by SummerHill Homes sold its last home in May 2007. This community offers the perfect balance of quiet retreat living with nearby entertainment, dining, and shopping possibilities in downtown San Jose. Six distinctive floorplans featured three and four bedrooms ranging from approximately 1,951 to 2,125 square feet. These attached single-family homes offer stunning architectural designs, reminiscent of simpler times in early California, with cozy rear yards to complement the homes - many backing up to permanent open space. The Vistas at Heritage was priced from the mid $600,000's to the mid $800,000s.
This community, located in the charming Centerville District near schools, parks, dining and shopping, sold out in May 2008. The 41 flats and townhome-style condominiums ranged in size from approximately 1,392 to 1,500 square feet and offered two and three bedrooms. Four floorplans featured lovely master bedroom suites, open kitchens, spacious living and dining rooms, attached garages and a deck, per residence. Woodbridge offered convenient access to the Dumbarton Bridge, highways 880, 84, and 238. Woodbridge was priced from the high $400,000s to the high $500,000s.
WoodGlen, San Jose
This charming community just minutes from the quaint downtowns of Campbell and Saratoga, sold out in July 2006. The community features two new home collections, Wildflower Collection and Rose Collection. The Wildflower Collection features three-story patio homes with classic details and open living areas in approximately 1,740 to 2,039 square feet with up to 4 bedrooms. The homes in the Wildflower Collection were priced from the high $700,000s to the mid $800,000s. The Rose Collection offers homes inspired by traditional two-story architectural designs of American Farmhouse, English Cottage, and Italian styles with up to 5 bedrooms in approximately 2,180 to 2,617 square feet. The homes in the Rose Collection were priced from mid $900,000s to low $1,000,000s.