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Bear Peak

Bear Peak

NEW HOME COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION

Bear Peak is the newest single-family homes in Valley Center, California. Bear Peak offers four different plans ranging from 1635-1974 square feet, three to five bedrooms, and two and a half to three bathrooms. The homes are all two stories and offer two-car attached garages.

RESIDENCE 1 Plan is 1635 sq. ft. | two-stories | three bedrooms | two and a half bathrooms | two-car garage

RESIDENCE 2 Plan is 1795 sq. ft. | two-stories | four bedrooms | three bathrooms | two-car garage

RESIDENCE 3 Plan is 1927 sq. ft. | two-stories | four bedrooms | three bathrooms | two-car garage

RESIDENCE 4 Plan is 1974 sq. ft. | two-story | four to five bedrooms | three bathrooms | two-car garage

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Single Family Homes

3-5

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1635-1974

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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

$505,490

COMPS. RANGE

$400-800k


Bear Peak is a small community comprised of only 47 2 story single-family homes in Valley Center, sixteen minutes from the 15 freeway. The interior of the models we're some of the least impressive homes I've seen; resembled apartments built in the '90's with white appliances, bright seafoam wall colors, and linoleum flooring. It's ok if that's your style but if it's not, expect to spend a good amount on upgraded options. The yards seemed a little small for the size of these single-family homes, especially considering how sparse it is around the community. The $500k price tag is great for entry-level buyers as long as they are ok with the longer commute and minimal nearby convenience stores and restaurants. For the outdoor person, this is an excellent community for you, especially if you love to hike, fish, mountain bike etc. Valley Center can get warm in the summers and cold in the winters, so expect higher energy bills. Yes, they offer solar, but it's not included.

Upside

  • Bedroom on first floor on select plans

  • Quiet location

  • Beautiful surroundings

Flipside

  • Far from convenience stores

  • Small yards

  • Solar is not included

  • Far from 15 freeway - 16 minutes

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Valley Center

LOCATION

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*Crime data is provided by the ADT Crime Map.

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Population 1980        Population 1990        Population 2000        Population 2010

653

27444 Valley Center Rd, Valley Center, CA 92082

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Slightly Below National Average

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