Permits have been filed for seven of ninety-five single-family residences within the Iron Oaks at Alamo Creek development in Danville, Contra Costa County. The project will add a new addition of multi-million dollar units to one of the Tri-valley area’s affluent and low-density-zoned cities. The Toll Brothers will be responsible for the development.
Only a few of the ninety-five parcels remain on the market, so these permits are to fulfill houses already sold. Units will range in size from 4,700 to 6,100 square feet, while parcels encompass between 16,000 to 27,000 square feet.
The application with the highest expected listing price will be 305 Percheron Court. The Torrey-style building is expected to have sold for around $5.5 million. Five of the houses, at 300 Percheron Court, and 100, 106, 118, and 124 Turanian Court is in the Ponderosa Spanish Colonial style, with the seventh lot, 209 Robert Duchi Way, is a Sequoia-style house.
The Toll Brothers describe the project as “featuring homes that blend stunning features, grand living spaces, California rooms, outdoor balconies, interior courtyards, and backyards with vast views for the perfect blend of indoor and outdoor living. Located near many convenient amenities, Iron Oak residents have access to a clubhouse that contains a Junior Olympic-size pool, fitness center, and a state-of-the-art kitchen.”
An estimated completion date has not been announced.