On the Market: Top-Notch Townhomes Make Use of Limited Space

Newport Coast
4 Saint Pierre
$2.35 million
2,400 square feet
➜ Take in the view to the Pacific Ocean below as you sit fireside on the open-air patio of this remodeled 1996 townhome. The two-story end unit has three bedrooms, three baths, and white marble countertops in the kitchen. Denine Kerns, 949-689-7078

Huntington Beach
19462 Pompano Lane, No. 107
2,550 square feet
➜ Trees surround the home with two patios for privacy and seclusion in this three-story end unit built in 1987. The townhome has two master suites, an additional two bedrooms, four baths, and a three-car garage. Matt Kanoudi, 714-655-6868

365 Adalina Lane
1,518 square feet
➜ Brick-appointed columns and a stone-lined patio define the front of this 2018 townhome. With views of the golf course from the master suite, this two-story place has two additional bedrooms, three total baths, and a granite-countertop kitchen with a breakfast bar at the island. Jamie Pirritano, 714-356-3573

Kaylee Smith


Wisdom from a Building Insider
Kaylee Smith is the sales and marketing VP for Landsea Homes, builder of Lido Villas townhomes in Newport Beach.

Why townhomes …
Townhomes maximize what little space there is in coastal and urban areas while still delivering a great living experience, especially for buyers who want to spend more time doing the things they love rather than maintaining a home.

The appeal of simplicity …
There’s less upkeep than traditional single-family homes, yet people can still entertain both inside and out.

Centricity …
When you build new homes in older communities, not only do you bring a fresh, modern aesthetic, you’re typically building in central locations close to shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Designing today’s townhomes …
Rooftop decks connect homeowners to the world-class SoCal scenery. Some even include elevators to offset the stairs, making townhomes suitable for all ages.

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