PORTOFINO Now Selling New Homes
Portofino in Pacific Highlands Ranch by Meritage Homes is now selling. New 2-story single family homes. Portofino features 3 floor plans ranging from 2,839 to 3,226 Sq. Ft. These new homes will feature 4 to 5 bedrooms with 3 to 4.5 bathrooms with a downstairs bedroom with full bath on the ground floor.
Starting base prices for Portifino at the time of opening range from $1,070,990 to $1,155,990.
Pacific Highlands Ranch is located just 6 miles from the Pacific Ocean beaches halfway between Interstate 5 and 15 along Highway 56. Close enough to the coast to take advantage of cooler temperatures and coastal breezes. An ideal location for access in all directions through San Diego County.
Surrounded by approximately 1,300 acres of open space, Pacific Highlands Ranch offers access to miles of trails for hiking and biking. Residents have access to a private recreation center and convenient shopping at The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch. Students can attend award-winning schools at the Del Mar Union and San Dieguito Union High School districts.
For more information on Portofino and other Carmel Valley new homes please submit the “Carmel Valley New Homes” form.
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