With the fall home buying season just around the corner, now is the perfect time to discover the collection of brand new solar-powered townhomes at The Grove in Scotts Valley. On Saturday, August 24th, City Ventures is hosting a Worth The Drive event where prospective buyers are invited to tour the three- and four-bedroom homes and learn why The Grove and the rustic town of Scotts Valley is worth the drive. The event will be held from 11am to 3pm at 200 Santa’s Village Road and attendees can RSVP by emailing TheGrove@CityVentures.com or calling 831 854 7454. 

Of the 50 townhomes within the development, ten are currently available for purchase with prices from $789,990. There are six three-bedroom floorplans and four four-bedroom floorplans, but all are characterized by spacious two-car garages, welcoming front porches, open-concept kitchen, living and dining areas, private outdoor space, and green technology features that come at no extra cost. Think solar panels, energy-efficient appliances, adaptable Nest® thermostats, pre-wiring for electric vehicle chargers, and dual-glazed windows with ultra-violet coating.

The Grove is a truly family-friendly community with its own apple orchard, social park and convenient bike storage. Just down the road you’ll find locally-owned shops and businesses, tasty restaurants and cafes, and services like bank branches, grocery stores, veterinary offices, fitness centers and beauty salons. The Scotts Valley Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from May to November, featuring locally-grown fruits and vegetables, live music and a diverse array of food vendors. 

Commuting to San Jose or Santa Cruz is a breeze with the onramp to Highway 17 only moments away. Want to get closer to nature? Marvel at the towering redwoods at the nearby Henry Cowell State Park or explore the breathtaking Loch Lomond Reservoir by rowboat.

For more information on this Saturday’s Worth The Drive event, contact The Grove’s Sales Manager at 831 854 7454 or by email at TheGrove@CityVentures.com. 

To learn more about the community, visit CityVentures.com.

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