Just one mile from the beach in beautiful Carlsbad, CA sits a one-of-a-kind enclave of 17 luxury homes. Insignia Carlsbad, built by City Ventures, blends distinctive French Country and Spanish architectural features with an unparalleled level of personalization and modern conveniences. With just three homes left in this unique boutique community, the time to act is now.
Like all Insignia homes, these three come standard with hi-tech features such as programmable wireless Nest thermostats, high-end Wolf appliances, convenient keyless entries, energy-efficient LED lighting and even pre-wiring for electric car charging. One also features a pool-size lot, perfect for an active family.
Speaking of active families, Insignia Carlsbad is just minutes from some of the best activities and entertainment San Diego county has to offer. Get outdoors with your family and hike, bike or paddle Carlsbad Lagoon, enjoy a day of shopping and fine dining in Carlsbad Village, and keep the whole crew healthy with fresh produce from the nearby Farmers Market every Wednesday. Treat the kids to a day of wonder at Legoland, just minutes down the road, or treat the grown-ups to a day away at one of the region’s many nearby wineries.
Insignia Carlsbad’s two-story floorplans range from four to five bedrooms and include an array of design options, like inviting great rooms, gourmet kitchens with cozy breakfast nooks and walk-in pantries, convenient mud rooms, elegant wine galleries, large master suites with dressing areas, landscaped courtyards and more.
Carlsbad is also known for its amazing schools, like nearby Magnolia Elementary School and Carlsbad High. The entire Carlsbad School District has earned a 9 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org, which profiles both public and private PreK–12 schools.
If you’re ready to live your family’s beachside dream in the Village By The Sea, check out Insignia’s new model home and site tour grand opening event, September 18th from 12PM – 4PM at 1601 Oak Ave., in Carlsbad. Food and drinks will be provided. For more information, check out newhomescarlsbad.com.
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