Encore Playa Vista Taking Coastal Living To The Next Level
The final single-family enclave to be built in L.A.’s Playa Vista is poised to take coastal California living to the next level.
Taylor Morrison—the coastal lifestyle home builder that has regaled SoCal denizens with ocean-side enclaves like Sea Summit at Marblehead in San Clemente and Echo56 in Newport Beach—is now in the throes of creating a new luxury development within Brookfield Residential’s master-planned Playa Vista in the heart of Silicon Beach.
Enter Encore at Playa Vista, the community’s ultimate residential offering, consisting of an intimate collection of 14 homes boasting modern floor plans highlighted by high-end touches, plus easy access to an unprecedented wealth of on-site amenities from dining and recreation to entertainment and more.
Found at 12666 W. Millennium Drive, Encore at Playa Vista homes’ feature about 3,627 to 3,666 square feet of open living space with up to five bedrooms, three baths (plus one to two powder rooms), third-floor covered decks with bluff views, two-car garages (plus dedicated guest parking stalls), and options like dual master suites and outdoor kitchens.
Sales have already begun on the residences, which are highlighted by gourmet kitchens with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances; spa-inspired baths; private elevators; and a connected ecosystem of high-tech controls.
Residents of Encore at Playa Vista also will be privy to an award-winning, 51-acre freshwater wetlands system, 29 parks, the CenterPointe social club, and The Resort activity club with pools and a fitness center.
The Runway lifestyle destination features a mix of eateries, fitness studios and boutique shopping, while The Shops at Concert Park has an array of retail stores, and special events that include an open-air Farmers’ Market every Saturday and summer movies in the park.
“Encore at Playa Vista is different from the development’s other communities primarily because of the location of our site that offers magnificent views of the bluffs, and the walkability to community parks,” says Nicole Murray, Taylor Morrison’s division president for Southern California. “The inclusion of elongated driveways and guest parking stalls also is rare, and not offered in the other neighborhoods.” playavista.com
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