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Avella

Avella

at Civita

NEW HOME COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION

The new town-homes at Avella are in the master plan community called Civita, just east of the 805 freeway in Mission Valley. Built by Toll Brothers. Avella offers four different plans ranging from 1512-2346 square feet, three bedrooms, and two to three and a half bathrooms. All of the plans are three-story homes with two-car garages.

RESIDENCE 1 Plan is 1512 sq. ft. | three-stories | three bedrooms | two and a half bathrooms | two-car garage.

RESIDENCE 2 Plan is 2124 sq. ft. | three-stories | three bedrooms | three and a half bathrooms | two-car garage.

RESIDENCE 3 Plan is 2275 sq. ft. | three-stories | three bedrooms | three and a half bathrooms | two-car garage.

RESIDENCE 4 Plan is 2346 sq. ft. | three-stories | three bedrooms | three and a half bathrooms | two-car garage.

HOME BUILDER

NEW HOME DETAILS

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Townhomes

3

2.5-3.5

3

1512-2346

2 Car Attached

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2019

No

No

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No

Mello-Roos is an additional cost to pay for community improvements like schools and streets etc., applied to regular property taxes for a set period between 20 to 40 years. The IRS typically doesn't allow you to write Mello-Roos off as you would with property taxes, so make sure you know the yearly cost before purchasing; they can be as high as $600 per month.
Solar should be included; builders pay bulk pricing for solar. Yes, they work it into the new home price, but it usually makes little noticeable difference to the monthly mortgage payment compared to your two to six hundred dollar electric bill.

Meets Comps.

HOME INSIGHTS

STARTING FROM

$834,995

COMPS. RANGE

$750-1.08m

Toll Brothers deserves a pat on the back for the new town-homes at Avella. I was so impressed with these homes that I was tempted to pull out my checkbook and reserve one. These homes are a great example of luxury town-homes and earned the label. The presentation of all the model homes are nearly perfect with few builder flaws; they keep up with the model quality, which tells you a lot about their build quality. The homes offer some great options like a full-size elevator that replaces a coat closet, which was smart on their end because they can appeal to a broader field of buyers that wouldn't usually like to climb three flights of stairs. Although these models look fantastic, keep in mind that it will cost you quite a bit extra in options to look like them. The community recreation center is another reason I would buy here, especially for the low HOA cost around $600; some gyms charge more than that! A few pointers that I wasn't fond of was one, the views during the day, the community isn't gated, and solar is not included. Even with those drawbacks, I feel that if you're looking for a town-home in this area for the price, this may be an excellent fit for you.

Upside

  • Attractive exteriors and interiors

  • Roof-top decks

  • Option for elevator

  • Resort inspired recreation center: Lagoon pool, bbqs, game center, outdoor amphitheater, splash pad, community garden, dog park, and fitness club

  • Low HOA for what you get

  • Convenient location

  • Good schools

  • Security

  • On-site design studio

Flipside

  • Not gated

  • Solar is not included

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San Diego

LOCATION

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1110549

1223400

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875538

2686 Franklin Ridge Rd, San Diego, CA 92108, USA

8/10

8/10

5/10

Slightly Below National Average

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