Shea Homes to Build 60 Townhomes on the Bay with Breathtaking Views of San Francisco

New San Francisco Townhouses



New San Francisco Townhouses

It’s the impossible dream made real: peace, tranquility, and luxury with a panoramic view of the Bay. Nearly five years in the approval process, Waterline starts construction of 60 flats and townhomes on the shoreline in Point Richmond this summer. Located just minutes from Marin, Berkeley, and San Francisco, it is idyllic for those who want to live by the water.

Waterline’s Point Richmond location gives homebuyers bay trail access within the community. Behind Waterline is the 240-acre Miller Knox Regional Shoreline Park, with more shoreline, hills, picnic areas, fishing, swimming and trails ideal for hiking and mountain biking. Within the neighborhood, you’ll find an outdoor gathering space with a barbecue area, community garden, and even a dog washing station.

According to Layne Marceau, Shea’s Northern California President, “Working with the Dahlin Group Architects, we were able to maximize the views by following the natural contours of the shoreline.” Marceau continues, “For many of the homes, there’s nothing in your way as you enjoy the beauty of the Bay. Homebuyers will have sunrise to sunset views from the privacy of their home, along with easy access to the shoreline.”

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The homes will have 2-3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms ranging from just over 2,000 to just under 3,000 square feet. They’ll feature flexible options like lofts, dens and home offices, plus 2 and 3 car garages and single floor flats. In addition to stylish fixtures and finishes, the flats and townhomes will include energy and water conservation features. Then there’s the best feature of all: patios and balconies where you can take in the spectacular views.

The sales office will be open this summer, with model homes complete in Spring 2018. Visit WaterlinebySheaHomes.com to learn more and join the interest list for community updates or call 866.696.7432.

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