Shea Homes’ master-planned community in Livermore, Calif. is garnering a lot of interest from potential buyers, so the builder will host a lottery on Saturday for the second batch of homes in its community to hit the market, reports Bea Karnes of the Pleasanton Patch.

The project, called Sage, will offer a variety of home options with prices ranging from $540,000 to $698,000. The community will include a swimming pool, cabana, bocce ball court, fitness center, clubhouse, spa, yoga lawn, community garden, bike paths, art walk, wellness circuit, and “quiet spaces to recharge and refresh the body and soul.”

The popularity has surprised everyone. Shea Homes Northern California President Layne Marceau said in a statement, “We’ve never seen anything like this. The model homes haven’t been completed as yet and the home sites sold out immediately to pre-approved home buyers.”

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