On November 23, 2013, the grand opening of ETCO Homes’, a boutique homebuilder, will unveil their newest luxury home community, 432 Oakhurst. A penthouse and two furnished models will be available to touring.
“432 Oakhurst was designed to appeal to affluent domestic and international buyers with superb taste and a desire to experience the exclusivity of Beverly Hills,” said Bob Etebar, co-founder, principal, and COO of ETCO Homes, in a prepared statement for the press. “These homes give residents access to a lifestyle of the utmost appeal.”
Situated in the prestigious 90210 zip code of Beverly Hills, the community consists of 34 contemporary homes with open floor plans and floor-to-ceiling windows and seven penthouses. Community amenities include a kitchen with refreshment center and espresso machine, doorman service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a CCTV with surveillance in all common areas, including the parking area and access points. All of the residences are appointed with high-end appliance packages, imported Italian cabinetry, high-quality plumbing fixtures, smart home technology wiring, and quartz countertops.
While every residence has at least one oversized balcony/veranda, each of the seven penthouse residences has its own private rooftop accessed only via elevator, and a private Jacuzzi. A select number of rooftops offer unobstructed views of the Hollywood Hills, the city of Los Angeles, and Century City.
“We spared no detail in the amenities included in the homes at 432 Oakhurst,” said Afshin Etebar, co-founder and president of ETCO Homes. “As builders who are based in Beverly Hills and have done extensive development work in the city, this project is especially important to us. We wanted to not only provide our buyers with exceptional living spaces, but also to impart a quality contribution to the city in which our business is based.”
The community is located on a tree-lined residential street, within walking distance of Beverly Hills’ famous luxury shopping and fine dining venues. Prices for the homes begin in the upper millions. At press time, the planned development was nearly 50 percent sold.