There’s your leisurely house hunt, with a tour here and there, and then there’s the sense of urgency that comes with the final opportunity to own at Villas at The Ambassador Gardens. This incomparable community of tri-level luxury townhomes in Old Town Pasadena priced from the $2 millions is down to its final few homes, so interested buyers won’t want to delay.
Here are 7 reasons you need to drop everything and rush over to Villas this week.
1. Because if you don’t, the final homes will be sold.
That’s the bottom line. Only a few homes remain in this once-in-a-lifetime community. You definitely don’t want other prospective buyers to tour these luxury tri-level townhomes in Old Town Pasadena priced from the $2 millions before you do.
2. Because the floorplans are stunning.
Villas features just the right amount of space that allows you to spread out and display your favorite things in a lower-maintenance footprint. Three to four bedrooms are offered in 2,904 to 3,717 square feet of contemporary, open-concept living space.
3. Because of the private elevators
It’s one of the must-have luxury features on the list of young families and Baby Boomers, and every Villas residence has one.
4. Because of the gourmet kitchens with deluxe Caesarstone®-topped islands, professional Wolf® and Asco® appliances and built-in Subzero® refrigerators, and sleek European-style cabinetry. The huge great rooms and private dining rooms. The expansive terraces with bi-fold doors that create the ultimate in indoor-outdoor living. And the private four-car garages that allow you to hang on to your car collection even as you downsize.
Yes, we know that’s actually five reasons in one. Trust us: They’re five more ways you’re going to love Villas.
5.Because the finishes are exquisite.
Villas is proof that you don’t have to downgrade when you downsize.
6. Because the location is absolutely perfect.
Old Town Pasadena is one of the most coveted locales in all of Southern California, and few have the privilege of living right in its core. Villas at The Ambassador Gardens isn’t just close to everything the city has to offer; it’s within an easy stroll of the area’s great restaurants, high-end shops, museums, and also the theatre.
7. Because the schools are amazing.
Families move to Pasadena in part for the acclaimed schools, both private and public. Within minutes of the community are private schools including: Maranatha, Westridge School, Polytechnic, Mayfield, La Salle, and Highpoint, as well as Flintridge Prep and St. Francis in La Canada, and Southwest Academy in San Marino.
The Los Angeles Times noted that several public schools have instituted programs to make them more attractive to local residents, including “dual-language Spanish and Mandarin immersion programs at several elementary schools (that) proved so popular, another in French was added,” they said. “An International Baccalaureate Program offers more rigorous academic courses at Blair High School and Middle School, and in 2013 Eliot Middle School used a federal grant to transform its campus into an arts-focused magnet, with new performing studios.” Several public schools also rate highly on Great Schools, including Hamilton Elementary School, Sierra Madre Elementary School, and Field (Eugene) Elementary School.
8. Because there’s nothing like this setting.
Ambassador Gardens’ historic garden setting offers a private haven for owners. This majestic oasis surrounds buyers in acres of lush rolling lawns, blooming flowers, meandering walkways, towering trees, and bubbling fountains and streams right outside their door.