Writers And Homebuyers Praise Flair’s Mid Century Aesthetics And Miralon Amenities
PALM SPRINGS, CA, May 22, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Flair is the first new home collection of Miralon in Palm Springs, and this Woodbridge Pacific Group (WPG) enclave is attracting wide and favorable attention from writers who cover the nation’s design, lifestyle and housing trends. Now, the Wall Street Journal has noted WPG’s Flair neighborhood and its role in Freehold Communities’ transformation of a former golf course into one of the nation’s largest new “agri-hoods.” Increasingly popular throughout the U.S., agri-hoods integrate new homes with diverse agricultural uses and community amenities.
WSJ subscribers can read this story in the April 24 “Mansions” section, at this link.
Flair’s new buyers further attest to the renown WPG’s desert home designs have garnered from design writers, and the unique appeal of the setting Freehold is creating at Miralon. “Our shoppers are both local and incoming, seeking either a primary home or second home with flexible indoor/outdoor spaces, Mid Century aesthetics and desirable location,” said Neil Barnes, WPG Community Sales Manager. “They love these homes, Miralon’s unique, cosmopolitan attractions, and the easy proximity to downtown Palm Springs—the value here is unparalleled!”
Priced from the mid $500,000’s, Flair’s 5 detached designs offer 2,029 to 2,809 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms and 2.5–3.5 baths, plus a 2-bay garage. Streamlined architecture features concrete, wood, stone, vivid trim colors and distinctive roof forms, and solar panels are price-included with every home.
All designs offer single-level living, and one adds a second level with bedroom, bath and loft. Loggias, courtyards and patios enrich open, light-filled gathering spaces, ideal for the casual, hospitable Palm Springs lifestyle. Elegant master suites provide luxury baths, dressing areas and large walk-in wardrobes.
Flair is situated within Miralon to provide views to the San Jacinto Mountains for most homes. About 5 minutes from downtown Palm Springs, Miralon’s location puts residents within easy reach of dining, retail and entertainment.
WPG President Todd Cunningham noted Miralon as a unique opportunity. “We’re delighted to be part of Miralon’s fusion of progressive land uses with the timeless appeal of Mid Century styling,” said Cunningham. “Flair shares the design distinction our buyers value at The QUE at Vibe, Skye and Monterra, and we are proud to add this new collection to our desert neighborhoods.”
As part of Miralon, Flair residents enjoy the multiple delights Freehold Communities is providing as it transforms a former golf course site into a new agri-hood community with walking trails, olive and citrus groves, parks, dog parks and community gardens. Opening soon is The Club, an amenity center with outdoor recreation space, pools, spa, health club, coffee bar, full service bar and lounge. The Club will also feature poolside cabanas and an outdoor demonstration kitchen.
“Miralon’s planning and amenities have captured national attention,” said Freehold California Division President Brad Shuckhart. “From multiple perspectives—architecture, sustainability and attractions for residents—Miralon is one of our nation’s most advanced communities.”
Flair’s model home tours are currently available by virtual tour only, via Zoom, Skype or FaceTime. Please call Neil Barnes at 760-537-1162 for more information on Flair and all tour options.
Woodbridge Pacific Group is a privately held, selective developer/homebuilder with an excellent track record in all markets. The company is committed to architecturally distinctive homes in premier locations, and has earned major design/planning awards for Skye and The QUE at Vibe in Palm Springs. Please visit www.woodbridgepacific.com
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