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Meadow Walk at Bay Meadows Grand Opening Celebration
Sat, July 9
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Meadow Walk by Shea Homes
3035 Baze Road
San Mateo, CA 94403
Join us for the Meadow Walk Grand Opening Celebration at Bay Meadows. The event takes place in San Mateo on Saturday, July 9th from 10AM to 2PM with fun and refreshments! Bring your family and friends to come tour 3 stunning new model homes. RSVP on Facebook for interior design sneak peeks!More Details >
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Sage Model Homes Now Open in Livermore!
The wait is finally over! The first model homes at Sage by Shea Homes® in Livermore are now open to tour. Our interior designers have been working hard to showcase these 6 stunning new home plans. Tranquility plans 1, 2 and 3, and Balance plans 2, 4 and 5 have been furnished in a fun and […]Continue Reading >
Building Industry Awards Shea Homes in Northern California
Shea Homes® recently received 5 Excellence Awards from the Bay Area Building Industry Association for achievements over the past year. Excitement was in the air at this annual celebration as the first awards of the night were given out. Josh Miller, “Sales Rookie of the Year”, received the first Shea award of the night. A newbie to […]Continue Reading >
The Central Coast of California is known for its natural beauty. The area includes Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz, and Monterey, and boasts some the of the world’s premier beaches and forests. The region is a prime tourist and vacation destination, but also has plenty of new developments to accommodate the growing number of permanent residents who wish to experience the area’s beauty year round.
The influence of nature gives the area a unique cultural flavor that attracts artists, intellectuals, and those that wish to escape the hustle and bustle of big metropolitan areas. It is home to prestigious and progressive universities such as UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, and Cal Poly, and world famous attractions like the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Hearst Castle.
The Central Coast has some of the most fertile soil in the country and a robust agricultural industry. The region is known for producing strawberries, lettuce, artichokes, and wine from its many vineyards. The other main industry is tourism, and it’s not hard to see why so many come to see its natural wonders.
From the misty mountains of Big Sur to the sparkling beaches of Santa Barbara, the Central Coast provides a diverse range of attractions for the outdoor enthusiast and a wealth of opportunity for new home buyers.