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Announcing the Grand Opening of Stoney Point Estates on Saturday, July 19th, 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

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“The public is invited to the Grand Opening of Stoney Point Estates model homes on Saturday, July 19th, at 11 a.m.”

CHATSWORTH, CALIF. – After much anticipation and favored to the Southern California market, a New American Farmhouse community is opening in Chatsworth, offering design solutions for a variety of family types. Planet Home Living selected award-winning national architecture firm KTGY Group, Inc., Architecture + Planning, to achieve a Modern Farmhouse design for its latest community, Stoney Point Estates, located at 10867 Topanga Canyon Blvd.

Please join us on Saturday, July 19th, at 11 a.m., as we celebrate the model grand opening of Stoney Point Estates model homes, a community of 15 homes. Festivities include a ribbon cutting ceremony with members of the Chatsworth Chamber, refreshments and exclusive tours of the fully decorated homes. The Sales Manager for Stoney Point Estates is Bobbie Seegers, 323.386.4620.

“We instantly saw the potential with this location and are pleased to see it come into fruition. Our intentions to counterpoint the status-quo and holding to our vision of estate-sized homes on large lots with accommodating floor plans has exceeded buyer expectations. We saw a market of “family in-law” living that had been ignored in this region and wanted to address it.” – David French, COO Planet Home Living.

“We always set out to build a home that will leave an emotional impression that would be flexible by adapting to changing lifestyles. By injecting the design with materials such as rope, metal and salvaged wood to enhance the indoor/outdoor entertaining areas with an agrarian vibe and plenty of textures. Our model home grand opening places an emphasis on enjoying the veranda living spaces as well as ideas for families to utilize their large yard space.” – Michael Marini, CEO Planet Home Living.

“Large open floor plans provide flexibility to future residents, creating both formal and informal living spaces that can flex with the homeowner’s lifestyle and/or changing needs. Optional rooms can provide homeowners with second downstairs master bedrooms.” - Alan Scales, Studio Director, KTGY Group, Inc., Architecture + Planning.

Visit www.planethomeliving.com to be added to Stoney Point Estates’ interest list or to learn more about Planet Home Living’s other communities.

About Planet Home Living

Founded in 2007, Planet Home Living is a full-service real estate building and development company that is dedicated to the creation of unparalleled living environments. From conception to exit, we remain focused on the complete development of a project, which includes strategic acquisition, distressed workouts, land entitlement, design, bidding, construction, sales or lease up. Based in Newport Beach, Calif., Planet Home Living’s passion is for environmental architecture that will stand the test of time. As each project, person and location are unique, it is the company’s goal to create fine living environments that are creatively designed and equally unique; while invoking emotion and inspiring positive change in the way we are accustomed to living. See www.planethomeliving.com

About KTGY Group

Celebrating over 22 years, KTGY Group, Inc., Architecture and Planning, is a national award-winning firm providing comprehensive planning and award-winning architectural design services for residential communities, retail, hospitality, mixed-use and related specialty developments. KTGY delivers innovative solutions that reflect clear understanding of development, market and consumer trends, and financial performance. Serving clients worldwide, KTGY has offices in Irvine, Oakland and Santa Monica, Calif., Denver, Colo., and Tysons, Va. See www.KTGY.com

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Company Name: Planet Home Living
Contact Person: Melanie Ryan, Marketing Manager
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Phone: 949.208.7248 x228
Country: United States
Website: http://www.planethomeliving.com/

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