BAKERSFIELD, Calif., April 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard Pacific Homes, one of the nation's leaders in homebuilding quality, today announced the highly-anticipated grand opening of Standard Pacific Homes at Windwood. Situated in the Artisan district of southwestern Bakersfield, the brand new community introduces prospective homebuyers to Standard Pacific Homes' modern Great Room centered floor plans through four new single-family home designs. Home shoppers will have the opportunity to explore the spacious layout of the one- and two-story single-family homes by touring four elegantly-appointed models at the grand opening celebration planned for Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7. Doors open at 10:00 a.m.
Home shoppers will be greeted with a choice of four floor plans and a menu of options for flexible living spaces to create a truly personalized home. Smartly designed interiors are centered on gourmet kitchens that open up to spacious Great Rooms. Innovative details such as enhanced storage, spa-like master suites and outdoor covered living areas on select plans provide a functional home suited for today's casual yet elegant lifestyle.
"With many options for flexible living spaces and the choice of both one- and two-story home designs to select from, Standard Pacific Homes at Windwood provides Bakersfield home shoppers the opportunity to create the home of their dreams," said Ted McKibbin, Southern California Coastal President for Standard Pacific Homes. "We are delighted to introduce these forward-thinking concepts to the marketplace."Inviting exterior styles influenced by Spanish and European Country architecture create an unparalleled community curb appeal. Priced from the mid- $200,000s, the homes within Standard Pacific Homes at Windwood range in size from 1,935 to 2,600 square feet and offer up to five bedrooms, 3 baths plus an optional den. A unique benefit to Standard Pacific Homes at Windwood is its adjacency to the new Downtown Bakersfield Arts District. Residents will have the opportunity to enjoy access to Fox Theater, Stars Theater and Spotlight Theater. In addition, several art galleries are located around the intersection of 19th Street and Eye Street. The Arts District also hosts First Fridays, an event series that showcases art galleries and street vendors on the first Friday of every month in support of local artists.