Development Spotlight: Righetti Ranch

Development Spotlight
Righetti Ranch is a new master planned community in South San Luis Obispo, that will at full build out, consist of +/- 382 residences. The community takes its name from the Righetti’s, a family who brought the first avocado farm to the area and who have been heavily involved in the agricultural community within SLO. Righetti Ranch is part of the larger Orcutt Area Specific Plan, which has been identified as one of the City’s main residential expansion areas since the 1970’s. This plan provides for up to 979 residential dwellings covering 230 acres and a variety of housing types along with bicycle and pedestrian paths, natural habitat and open space.

Williams Homes is slated to build 199 residences within Righetti Ranch known as the Arroyos and Paseos at Righetti, during various different phases of construction. The first two phases account for 54 homes and approximately half of them are already reserved. There are eight floorplans to choose from, all of which have 3-4 bedrooms, range in size from 1,625 square feet to 2,534 square feet and are priced starting in the low $700’s to the high $900’s. All models come with roof-mounted solar panels, and buyers have the option to purchase or lease the solar systems. Kitchens feature quartz countertops, center islands and/or breakfast bars and GE stainless steel appliance packages. There are various energy efficiency improvements like dual pane windows, tankless water heaters, LED lighting and low flow water fixtures. The project includes a neighborhood park with tennis, basketball and pickle ball courts, a soccer field and playground.

Interested in buying at Righetti? The builder requires a $15,000 deposit to reserve a lot and there are incentives to use the builder’s preferred lender, coming in the form of either closing cost credit or home upgrades. So is this your next community to call home? We welcome the opportunity to help answer your questions and determine if this is the right fit for you! Call us at 805-459-1865 for a no-obligation consultation.

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