Alta Verde Group Ushers in Asian-Inspired Architecture

Models for two of four home designs open



Alta Verde have created contemporary homes in Coral Mountain utilizing natural and sustainable materials.

George Gutenberg

 

Models are open at Alta Verde Coral Mountain PGA WEST in La Quinta, a new community of contemporary homes with Asian-inspired architecture.

Models for two of the four home designs are open: Sanctuary and Balance at Alta Verde Coral Mountain, 57-719 Salida del Sol. The models are open Thursday through Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“We’re delighted to have sold the first five homes released before completion, and now the next five are almost complete and ready for move in for the season,” says CEO Andrew Adler of Alta Verde Group. “We encourage anyone interested to come out soon before it’s too late. With these five available homes still being offered at First Phase pricing, including an incredible special builder’s package of upgrades, we expect savvy homebuyers to snap them up quickly.”

Alta Verde, known for its award winning modernism design, have created contemporary homes in Coral Mountain that are the first in the area to introduce a Balinese influenced style of architecture. Utilizing natural and sustainable materials, the four home designs range from 2,668 to 2,849 square feet with prices starting in the low-$700,000s.

First Phase value packages include heated pool, spa, tropical landscaping, and special design team additions such as upgraded flooring, shower finishes, and spas.

Alta Verde and PGA WEST have partnered to offer pre-paid Premier Social Memberships, and low dues, included with every residence. Each of the four home designs – Sanctuary, Balance, Retreat and Modern Breeze - will have its own distinguishing aesthetic. The Sanctuary and Balance models epitomize the open floor plans that meld indoors and outdoors into an innovative living environment enhanced by creative use of light and water.

For information, visit www.AltaVerdeCoralMountain.com or call 760-698-8890.

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