Investing in a home involves a whole lot more than buying the house. Buying a home means buying a lifestyle: schools for the kids, proximity to the activities you love, the time you’ll spend commuting. They all affect your quality of life, and they’re all worth thinking about when you hit the market to look for a new home.
I’ve been selling homes in Solterra since before the first homes were built. Quality of life comes up a lot with buyers. Skiers are ecstatic to learn they’re an hour from some of the best skiing in the world. Folks who value living near open space, with access to hiking and biking trails, love the foothills location.
Views of natural surroundings are high on some buyers’ can’t-live-without lists. Other people are keen on a commute that’s doable and leaves time in their day for working out, hanging out, and catching up.
A lot of buyers put a priority on living among homes of a certain value, look and feel. The creators of Solterra drew their inspiration from European hilltowns, and it shows. Solterra’s architectural styling is unique and tasteful, suggesting the romantic regions of Tuscany, Andalusia and Provence.
Quality of life, it’s a big one, and Solterra delivers quality of life big-time. What’s your favorite quality-of-life reason for living in Solterra?