Jan 23, 2024

Brother and Sister Look Forward to Building Memories as Neighbors at Saddleback Place by Trumark Homes

The debut of Saddleback Place by Trumark Homes in Mission Viejo, California marked a significant moment for Emily, her boyfriend Dylan, and her brother Nick, as they each ventured into the rewarding experience of home buying.

Emily and her boyfriend Dylan, who bought a home just a few doors down from Emily's brother Nick, welcomed the shared excitement of their first-time home buying experience. Their decision to purchase a home at Saddleback Place was driven by the desire to find a community that resonated with their aspirations. "The process of choosing and personalizing our home was engaging and fulfilling. The attention to detail in the design, especially in the kitchen, allowed us to infuse our home with our personal touch," Emily reflected.

Nick's home-buying experience mirrored this sentiment, appreciating the sense of 'Community' that Saddleback Place has to offer. "The open contemporary floor plan design and attached garage coupled with traditional Spanish architecture was what stood out to me," he stated.

The trio unanimously praised the efficiency and support provided by Trumark Homes. They emphasized the team's responsiveness and appreciated the ease it brought to their homebuying experience. "Their guidance was instrumental in making our journey to homeownership both seamless and enjoyable," the three commented.

"The journey to homeownership can be daunting, but the team’s support was extremely helpful in making it a positive experience," Emily noted.

This past holiday season, Emily, Dylan, and Nick were able to enjoy the unique experience of celebrating in their new homes as a family.

Consisting of 91 townhomes and flats on a picturesque hillside property, Saddleback Place sits across El Toro Road from the famed Saddleback Church. The homes feature seven unique floor plans, ranging from 860 to 1,950 square feet, with one to three bedrooms. Situated next to the California State Route 241 toll road and with convenient access to Interstate 5, the community’s prime location connects residents to commuter routes, shopping, dining, and nature areas.