July 9, 2019 — Trumark Homes, a national award-winning California homebuilder, today announced the complete closeout of Bristol, a new 149-unit residential community in Chino Hills, Calif. Trumark kicked-off Bristol’s home sales in March 2017 and quickly attracted homebuyers throughout Southern California. With an average absorption of approximately six sales per month, Trumark met the region’s high demand for modern, quality housing with a desired price point in one of California’s fastest growing and tightest submarkets.
“The success we’ve experienced at Bristol is a direct response to local buyers’ desire for convenience and accessibility in a rapidly growing and urbanizing area,” said Richard Douglass, Southern California division president at Trumark Homes. “Each community that Trumark brings to life is strategically located based on numerous factors, and we are proud to be able to satisfy a community’s insatiable demand for a new housing development.”
The 31-acre Bristol community offered homebuyers multiple distinct product options ranging in size from 1,814 to 2,945 square feet and appealing to a variety of groups from first-time to move-up and move-down homebuyers. Bristol’s Courts and Manors neighborhoods consist of 107 two-story, single-family detached homes while the Towns neighborhood includes 42 attached three-story townhomes. The Manors neighborhood features an enclave of 12 oversized lots named the Signature Series where homebuyers selected their own homesite, elevation and floor plan, and covered patios and gourmet kitchens were included. Home prices within Bristol ranged from mid-$500,000 to low $800,000’s.
Bristol’s central location within Chino Hills and the project’s design were key in Trumark’s successful closeout. Located at Soquel Canyon Parkway and Bristol Lane, the community provides convenient access to Highway 71 for commuters traveling to Orange County, Riverside or Los Angeles Counties.
Awarded Community of the Year by Builder and Developer in 2017, Bristol was designed to embrace an urban, walkable lifestyle with accessibility in mind. The community includes a five-acre walking trail and over-sized landscaped walkways throughout, providing access to nearby shops and restaurants, local schools and recreational amenities such as hiking trails and a local golf club.
In addition to the closeout of Bristol, Trumark is nearing final sales at Founders community, 76-duet style, two-story homes also located in Chino Hills. Founders opened in 2017 and is experiencing a similar pace in sales as Bristol.
Trumark Homes is actively selling at two additional Southern California locations, including Centerhouse, comprised of 114 condominiums in Ontario, and Lewis+Mason, a 153 three-story townhome community in the Platinum Triangle in Anaheim. The homebuilder also will be commencing sales this fall at West Village, Trumark’s newest community in Brea. It will include 62 three-story townhomes with customizable floorplans and 20 stacked flats.