“It’s very rare to find new construction in this area with a suburban vibe. Yet it still feels urban and luxurious.”
As a young family of three, Kevin and Sipra felt their lifestyle was missing the suburban charm. Yet as professionals working in Silicon Valley, they enjoy the urban perks of the city. When it came to home shopping, finding something that checked all the boxes on their list was a challenge. Then came Boulevard – where they found everything they were looking for and more.
“It’s the perfect urban suburban vision we had in mind, and it’s all new. The price was the same for the fixer uppers and old-construction homes we were looking at before we knew Boulevard was an option.”
Being the family-friendly environment Kevin and Sipra wanted, Boulevard exceeded their expectations with desirable modern amenities in the works and walkability to Whole Foods and BART for Kevin’s commute to San Francisco. Now moved into their new home, they do all they can to stay in touch with the community and neighbors – whether it’s going to resident events or hosting game nights at home.
“Waving to neighbors on my walk to BART is another testament to the suburban nature of this place. There’s a great mix of people here, and it’s perfect for the next chapter of our lives.”
Plus, their brand new home at Huntington has proven to be right for their family. The large balconies off the great room and master suite have been great for Kevin to share his passion of gardening with their two-year-old son. And with a guest bedroom and extra space, there’s plenty of room for their family to grow, out-of-town visitors or multigenerational living – should either of their parents retire and move in.
Though they’re loving the newness of their home, Kevin and Sipra are also excited for all that’s to come to Boulevard. They often frequent The Playground with their son and can’t wait to explore Don Biddle Community Park and The Rec Center. “Most of our time at home is spent with our son, and we’re looking forward to having more options for family time within the community.”