The Farm in Poway will replace the abandoned Stoneridge Country Club with a new family-friendly community centered around conservation, recreation and agriculture. It will include 160 homes on the 117-acre site, with a variety of home types to meet the needs of Poway families. The residential areas of the project have been carefully designed to be compatible with the neighborhoods surrounding the property with architecture that will enhance Poway’s rural, small-town character.
The Farm in Poway residential neighborhoods have been designed to create a welcoming community with a variety of architectural styles and sizes. With five distinct home types, the community will have variation in massing and style to create variety while incorporating designs that work together to create a beautiful neighborhood. The Farm in Poway has taken inspiration from several architectural styles that are compatible with the theme of The Farm in Poway and homes in surrounding neighborhoods, including Farmhouse, Modern, American Traditional, California Ranch, Craftsman, Cottage and Monterey.
The Farm in Poway homes are primarily one-story homes with the primary and secondary bedrooms on the first floor. A few of the home designs will have lofts and/or a bedroom and bath on a second floor. They have been designed with the focus on indoor/outdoor living, with expansive great rooms that flow out to large covered patios and outdoor rooms. Also, many homes have front porches and courtyards to increase the outdoor living experience toward the front of the house.
All of the homes will meet or exceed the current Energy and Green Building Codes with the installation of rooftop solar panels, tankless hot water heaters and dual pane windows. High efficiency mechanical systems, electrical and plumbing fixtures will be included, along with the latest smart home devices and appliances. All of the homes in The Farm in Poway will also have fire sprinklers and meet or exceed the fire department and building department requirements. The landscape palates will include drought tolerant plants and efficient irrigation systems.
Homestead are single-family homes located in the northeastern area of the property. They have larger building separation that resembles those found on rural Homesteads.
Garden homes are traditional single-family homes located in the northwest portion of the site. They will take direct access from a private street.
Twin homes are two single-family attached homes adjoined along a common property line. They will be located across from The Club in the central part of the property.
Meadow are large single-family homes situated on traditional lots with conventional setbacks. They will be located in the central east area of the property.
Cottage homes include a group of two to four single-family homes grouped together around a shared motor court, offering a unique opportunity to create a neighborhood within a neighborhood. These homes are located in clusters of four lots with a shared private drive that leads to individual private driveways for each home. The Cottage homes are located on the southern end of the property.
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