Mission Village Development in Valencia, CA
The Mission Village community is currently under construction in Valencia, CA. As you can see by the photo, the first homes will be condos or townhomes. Looking in the background we can see the first group of single family homes included in one of the next phases. We're very excited about this new community and believe it to be an outstanding addition to the neighborhoods in Valencia, CA.
Scroll down for more information about the first 10 subdivisions.
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2020 to July 2021 Construction Progress Video
Project Update July, 2021
It's now July of 2021 and since our last visit in March we are now seeing exterior finishes on the first condo buildings and soon they'll be able to remove the scaffolding around the second building. Even more exciting, the framing is in progress for more condos or townhomes AND a good number of single family homes.
Street lights have been installed at the main intersection and it's looking more and more like the first tours may really happen this year.
Although we are not associated with the builder or developer of this project, we always interested to learn of new communities.
Matt & Meray Gregory
Project Update March, 2021
The first buildings are now rising out of the ground and the project is progressing nicely. The builder isn't wasting any time with construction and we hope to tour some condo or townhome models sometime later this year. At this point, it's obvious there will be no single family homes in this first release, but we know those will be included in a future phase.
The information provided here is based on our visits to some of the boundaries around this project and our own review of documents, articles & videos concerning Mission Village.
To be clear, the Gregory Real Estate Group is not affiliated with the developer or builders of this project in any way. We are a family of Santa Clarita Valley residents and local, independent REALTORS®/BROKERS. As with all our communities, we are very interested in learning everything possible about new developments and sharing our unbiased, first hand information with our friends, clients and website visitors.
As always, we are fully committed to providing professional representation for all home buyers and sellers. This is especially important when buying in new housing developments.
Homes and Local Conveniences
The home types in Mission Village will include condos, townhomes, flats/apartments and single family homes. They all come in a variety of shapes, styles and layouts.
Also in the works are offices, retail establishments, a hotel, elementary school, fire station and a library.
More Local Conveniences
There will be 3 recreation areas filled with everything one might expect in a brand new community. There will also be parks, trails, a flower preserve, public transportation and over 600 acres of open space.
Descriptions of Homes in the First 10 Subdivisions
Marigold: Includes detached single family homes sized from approximately 2,133 to 2,246 sq ft. The homes will be available with 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 bathrooms and 2 car garages. If this name of this neighborhood sounds familiar, you're right! There are at least 2 other subdivisions here in Santa Clarita also called Marigold.
Jasmine: The Jasmine neighborhood will be a collection of townhomes available in 3 different floor plans and they are expected to be sized from approximately 2,062 to 2,128 sq ft. These homes are considered to be twin townhomes (think duplex) which means there would be 2 homes per structure. Residents will enjoy the ability to charge their electric vehicles right from their own garages.
Rosemist: The Rosemist subdivision will include a variety of large, detached 4 bedroom homes sized from 2,843 to 3,261 sq. ft. These will be 3 story homes with open floor plans and each will include 3.5 to 4.5 bathrooms. There's a 2 car garage which will also include charging station.
Wisteria: In keeping with tradition, these Wisteria homes will consist of an array of good sized two story houses with 3 or 4 bedrooms and 3-1/2 to 4-1/2 bathrooms. With open floor plans sized from 2,356 to 3,402 sq ft, we expect the interiors will look and feel even larger.
Also, to avoid confusion you should know, there is another well known Wisteria subdivision in the popular Copper Hill North community. Too bad they didn't choose a different name for this neighborhood.
Cassia: This collection will consist two story attached triplex homes with 3 bedrooms each. They are expected to be sized from Each unit will have 2 or 3 bathrooms approximately sized from 1,862 to 1,956 sq ft.
Siena: Includes an interesting collection typical 2 story houses built with an open concept in mind. Approximately sized from 2,325 – 2,623 sq ft, there will be 3 floor plans from which to choose. Buyers can expect to see additional features such as decks, outdoor spaces, dens and even lofts. As with many homes here, each home with have a two car garage with possible charging station hookups.
Tulip: Tulip looks like it will surely be a popular townhome with units sized from 1,689 to 2,688 sq ft. There will be multiple floor plans available with 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms and 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 bathrooms. Each home will even come with a garage large enough to park 2 vehicles. As with all the homes here in Mission Village, we should expect the amenities to be outstanding.
Orchid: We expect this townhome neighborhood to be similar to Tulip but these units will run a bit smaller. Sized from 1,579 – 2,158 sq ft each home will have between 2 and 4 bedrooms and 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 bathrooms. Yep, these come with garages also.
Lantana: Consists of 3 story townhomes sized from approximately 1,461 – 1,714 sq ft with 2 or 3 bedrooms and 2-1/2 bathrooms.
Lamplight: The homes in Lamplight are called Flats (think apartments) by the builder and are the smallest homes planned in these first 10 neighborhoods. Even though they will be sized small, from 720 – 1,442 sq ft, you can bet the architect has done an exceptional job making the absolute most out of the available space. Each unit will come with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1 or 2 bathrooms. Yes, these homes will also have garages sized to fit 1 or 2 cars, depending on the floor plan selected.
Why Wait? Brand New Housing in SCV Available Now!
The first homes in Mission Village are condos or townhome complexes and will not be ready for ready for actual occupancy for quite a while. If looking to buy a brand new home right now, you might be interested in a number of other new housing developments in Santa Clarita.
Keep in mind, buyers may also find some terrific, ALMOST brand new homes to buy as resales. Yep, it's kind of like buying a pre-owned car with just a few thousand miles. In some ways, it's a better solution than buying brand new.
If you sign in at the development without us, you lose the right to have us represent you on your new home purchase. Contact us and when ready, we'll accompany you on a tour and provide you with the professional representation you deserve! Call Matt & Meray at 661-713-4799.
How Will Mission Village Compare to Other Villages in this Development?
It's always a big decision to buy a brand new home, especially if it's in the first of many neighborhoods coming in the future. Even with conceptual drawings and images of similar neighborhoods, it can be difficult to visualize and there's really no way to accurately compare with other neighborhoods that don't yet exist.
In order to determine similarities between Mission Village and other planned villages, we dug into the tentative plan and read the doc on file with the county. Here's what we found.
The planning principles in each of the future villages are similar and distinct. While one village might be more convenient for commuters, other villages may be more suitable for civic uses, recreation, or education. Regardless of their differences, each village will provide a balance between housing, commercial and public amenities. The problem is, with Mission Village there's no way to know exactly what the local conveniences with include. Yes, we know they will have shared amenities, parks, a school, etc. But there is no way to know if there will be adequate locations for dining, fast food and convenience shopping. Additionally, stores and restaurants are not likely to open up until there are enough residents to do business with.
Since the developer has stated this overall project will take 20 years it might be a long time until Mission Village home owners can take advantage of all the benefits and local conveniences coming in the future.
Perhaps the best way to make a determination is to think about other communities in Valencia, CA. For instance Tesoro Del Valle is filled with single family homes, has a beautiful man made lake and amazing community amenities. It's a quiet community and most residents must drive to local conveniences. Then, look at areas such as the Madison condos. There are no houses but they have with resort like amenities and are situated within walking distance to just about everything.
On the other side of the coin, the homes in Mission Village will be brand new, the first of what is planned be a terrific, sustainable community. It would seem the future is bright, but if planning to buy be sure to consider many years of ongoing, nearby construction.
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