New smart-tech homes rise in Signal Hill

Searching for a brand new three-bedroom home mere minutes from Long Beach? Meet Summerland Signal Hill, 16 smart-tech, all-electric solar residences now offering an exclusive pre-sale window ahead of the Grand Opening in April 2021.  ‘Hard Hat Tours’ are currently available by private appointment (the staged Model Home will be open in early April). Prospective buyers on the interest list will receive priority selection during this Pre-Sale window. Prices start from the high-$700,000s.

Proudly presented by SoCal builder RC Homes Inc, Summerland’s single-family dwellings all feature classic farmhouse exteriors, a private outdoor space and a direct access, two-car garage with WiFi-enabled door opener and pre-wired for electric vehicle charger.

Each Summerland home features electric appliances, 3 bedrooms and outdoor living space.

Luxurious modern interior details include nine-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchens with quartz countertops, breakfast bar seating and a Samsung stainless steel appliance package featuring an induction cooktop, electric oven, built-in microwave/hood combination, and a whisper quiet dishwasher with integrated digital touch controls. The light-filled first floor is open-concept with the kitchen overlooking the great room and a convenient powder room for guests. Expansive windows and a glass sliding door lend the space an indoor/outdoor feel.

Upstairs are two secondary bedrooms with a shared hall bath, a flex space that can function as a dedicated tech space, an enclosed laundry room and a sumptuous principal suite featuring two generous walk-in closets and plenty of space for a sitting area and king-sized bed. The spa-like master ensuite touts a spacious tiled shower with a semi-frameless glass enclosure. The double vanity is topped with quartz and features rectangular sinks and Shaker-style door cabinets. Surface mount LED lighting illuminates the full-width mirror, while the elongated toilet is tucked away in a separate water closet.

All homes at Summerland are equipped with the latest smart home and energy-efficient technology at no extra cost. Expect Ring video doorbells, a 2.17-kilowatt solar system, Honeywell programmable smart thermostats and media outlets including data-compatible TV outlets in the great room, primary and secondary bedrooms and Ubiquiti Wireless Access Points for enhanced connectivity.

Residences will save on monthly utility bills and lower their carbon footprints thanks to dual-glazed low-E vinyl windows, hybrid electric water heaters, R-15 exterior wall insulation and R-38 insulation in attic areas, energy-efficient forced-air heating, water-saving plumbing fixtures, low-VOC interior wall and ceiling paint, plus environmentally-friendly engineered lumber products.

New homeowners also can choose to personalize their new home with a wide range of upgrades, from premium appliances to engineered flooring and cabinet color selections.

Summerland is centrally located on 23rd Street, east of Orange Avenue, next to the beloved Black Dog Coffee Roasters, opposite the highly-rated Signal Hill Elementary School and offering easy access to the famous Mothers Market + Kitchen Grocery Store, big-box retailers, major employment centers and public transportation.

Mother’s Market is the local grocery store for Summerland residents.

Downtown Long Beach is just over three miles away, home to delicious seafood restaurants, art and history museums, eclectic vintage shops, and ferries to whisk you away to Catalina Island. Residents wanting to get even farther out of town, can hop a flight at the nearby Long Beach Airport, offering connections to several domestic destinations each day.

Hilltop Park yoga just a short walk from Summerland Signal Hill

Register your interest online and reach out to Summerland’s Community Manager, Lisa Medel, with any questions by calling 562 248 6490 or sending an email to [email protected].

Download community our brochure here

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