APPLE VALLEY, Calif. — Ten years after the recession that would collapse the nation’s housing industry, Apple Valley’s Vista Del Sol Community has been granted a development permit to complete the 96 remaining single-family tract homes in north Apple Valley.
With 30 homes built and occupied in the gated community, the project aims to bring an additional level of home customization to prospective buyers seeking Apple Valley’s rural lifestyle, dramatic landscapes
“We are seeing some excitement from the housing market and are hopeful to meet that market demand here in the High Desert for the semi-custom home product,” said homebuilder Dave Faylor of Evergreen Homes. “We are optimistic heading into 2019.”
Located in north Apple Valley along Choco Road, the Vista Del Sol Community’s last home was built in 2008. The latest proposal, approved by the Apple Valley Planning Commission on Dec. 19, consists of four floor plans ranging from 2,508 to 3,396-square-feet of living area with three different building elevations per floor plan. Construction is expected to commence in early 2019.
“Apple Valley’s high quality of life makes it a great place to live,” said Mayor Larry Cusack. “In fact, we’ve been voted best place to live seven years running. This project is another example that Apple Valley is still on the map as a prime location for housing growth. The continuation of this project will bring more options to people considering moving to Apple Valley.”