12/2014 – LOS ANGELES – California Home Builders (CHB) is a residential and multi-family housing development company with over 20 years of experience building superior quality, energy efficient, environmentally friendly and moderately priced homes for working and middle income families in the San Fernando Valley.
CHB continues to build its legacy of excellence by ensuring that no detail is overlooked when it comes to making every homeowner’s dream a reality. The Montecito condominiums in Sherman Oaks is no exception to this legacy.
Located in the heart of Sherman Oaks, The Montecito is just a few steps away from Ventura Boulevard and all it has to offer. The luxury condominiums create an oasis from bustling city life, but are within walking distance to everything from charming cafes and lively gastro pubs to boutique shopping and comedy shows.
The vibrant neighborhood isn’t the only attractive feature of The Montecito. These high-end residences include Master Suites with walk-in closets, gourmet stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, hardwood floors, private patios, and electric fireplaces. The Montecito is a resort-style community with a state of the art fitness center, beautiful landscaping, and a Santa Barbara style courtyard with fountain and seating areas. As a leader in environmentally conscious practices, CHB also provides energy-saving features such as LED lighting, smart thermostats, dual-glazed insulation, and water efficient fixtures that reduce our impact on the environment and save money.
The Montecito is another testament to CHB’s mission to provide housing for today’s market, and out of the 26 luxury units, 16 have already been sold. “I am focused on building residential communities that make the ordinary into something extraordinary by building exquisite high quality multifamily projects while providing unsurpassed service in order to exceed our customer’s expectations and make their dreams a reality,” says Shawn Evenhaim, Founder and CEO of CHB. “With such a low supply of new housing inventory being built in the San Fernando Valley to meet the growing demand, it is important to create diverse housing opportunities for the next generation of homebuyers.”