Century Communities' Baylor Model at Provenance at College Park.
Century Communities' Baylor Model at Provenance at College Park.

Century Communities, Inc announced today the pre-sales grand opening of its new single-family homes collection in Mountain House, California, Provenance at College Park.

The pre-sales event begins July 13.

Three floor plans are being introduced in two-story layouts starting in the low $600's and ranging from 2,001 to 2,397 square feet. This single-family collection of homes features owner's suites with private bathrooms and large linen and walk-in closets, spacious and open kitchen layouts with nook dining, bright great rooms with stacked windows, dining rooms, powder rooms, lofts, upstairs laundry rooms and a vestibule of windows. Options vary by floor plan and all designs include covered patios. Starting prices will be announced soon.

Century Communities' Northern California division president Jim Fletcher said, "We are excited to open this new community—one of four—in the heart of Mountain House. The collection is thoughtfully designed and offers exceptional choices for your ideal new home that will meet your needs. This is a great time to sign up for the interest list."

Provenance at College Park is one of four collections opening this year in the master-planned community. The collections will open in phases and ultimately feature 14 individual two-story home designs ranging in size from approximately 2,000 to 3,400 square feet.

Fletcher added, "Homeowners at Provenance at College Park will enjoy the convenient access to I-205, I-580 and Hwy 4 and benefit from the short commute to employment centers in Dublin, Pleasanton, San Ramon and Livermore. Plus, the abundance of highly rated K-12 schools throughout the community are compelling reasons to become a member of the community of Mountain House."

Historic Mountain House is located nearly equidistant between San Francisco, Sacramento and San Jose in California's San Joaquin County. An adobe house built during the Gold Rush of 1849 was called "The Mountain House," a famous station stop for gold miners. Since then, Mountain House has grown and thrived to offer first class amenities, parks and trails and access to nearby shopping, dining and major employment centers in the region. Homeowners with children are served by the highly rated Lammersville Joint Unified School District, which includes a new high school campus and six elementary schools. Two new schools are also planned to be built in the master-planned community.