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A new, age 55-plus neighborhood goes on display Saturday, Jan. 6, at Terramor, 951-acre master-planned community on the 15 Freeway in Temescal Valley.
The neighborhood is called Sterling and will eventually grow to 105 homes built by CalAtlantic Group and priced from the $500,000s. Floor plans range from 2,206 to 2,483 square feet with as many as three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms and two-car garages, according to a news release.
The public can view three model homes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sterling is the third neighborhood to open at Terramor since last summer. When completed, it will have 1,443 single-family homes in 16 neighborhoods, a mix of 55-plus and all-ages. Other builders include Del Webb and KB Home.
Terramor is at 24602 Terramor Drive, Temescal Valley.
Information: 951-433-5383, terramor.com, www.calatlantichomes.com