More than half of the Mountain Springs Community will be designated for retired living. These areas will include a variety of home styles, and will provide active seniors with additional camaraderie and security.
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Mountain Springs will be a true community, with a series of attractive, inviting neighborhoods surrounding the beautiful Mountain Springs Golf Course. Residents will have access to this popular, championship course, and can enjoy all the amenities of a planned community.

Walking and biking trails will connect a variety of homes -- from country estates to townhouses -- designed to appeal to a variety of lifestyles. These paved trails are separate from the roadways and set in landscaped corridors.

Villas clustered next to open green park settings will provide attractive vacation or retirement homes. Residential estates with up to two acres will suit homeowners who want more room. Smaller patio homes will appeal to retired couples on the go or smaller families just starting out.

More than half of the Mountain Springs Community will be designated for retired living. These areas will include a variety of home styles, and will provide active seniors with additional camaraderie and security.

Mountain Springs At-A-Glance

· Total: 1,119 acres
· Phased development over 12 to 15 years
· 60 percent of homes will be for active seniors, age 55 and older
· Open space: 503 acres for parks and recreation (45%)
· Estates (1 home/two acres): 123 acres, 55 home sites
· Small lot homes (up to 4 units/acre): 407 acres, 1,283 home sites
· Patio homes and townhouses (8-12 units/acre): 47 acres, 381 home sites
· Mixed use (Village Center): 39 acres, 357 units, 25,000 sq. ft. commercial and professional space, resort hotel, conference center and community center
 

 


"Our family has proudly owned Boone's Memorials for more than 46 years in Tuolumne County. We strongly encourage our friends and neighbors in Sonora and Tuolumne County as a whole to learn the facts about the proposed Mountain Springs Community. It is the kind of development that 'smart growth' advocates across the nation encourage.
"We're going to have growth in our county over the next 20 to 25 years, so the issue should be ensuring that it's quality 'smart growth.'
Mountain Springs applies many of the principles of 'smart growth.' These include:
· Mixed land uses.
· A variety of housing choices.
· Distinctive, attractive neighborhoods and communities with a strong sense of place.
· Open space preserves that protect natural beauty and critical environmental features.
· Compact building design
"The 'smart growth' movement across America encourages developments that use these principles to better serve a community's economy, environment and social needs. Anyone who takes the time to examine the plans for Mountain Springs will see this new community meets that mission."

-- Gordon and Mary Boone
Sonora

 

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or by calling Kim Daters, project general partner, 
(209) 532-2354