Residences

Residences

A Mountain-Modern Design

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Village Walk Skyline is where the height of modern sensibility meets an affinity for the great outdoors. These sustainably constructed 2,980-square-foot residences are elevated within the Village Walk gated community forming the new Skyline above the Village at Northstar. Thoughtfully designed with two stories and 4 bedrooms, they are a peek into the future of mountain living.

Floor Plans

4 bedrooms

3.5 bathrooms

2,980 sq ft

Spacious 2-car garage, designed for summer and winter gear storage

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Village Walk Skyline can be your new mountain home, your base camp in the Sierras.

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The aesthetic vision for Village Walk Skyline focuses on creating homes that will remain timeless and draw the mind to the future. The homes are designed with simplicity in mind, with large open spaces and modern accents. The generous array of windows are intentionally placed, highlighting breathtaking views of the Sierras and bringing the feeling of the outdoors inside.

The

Team

Village Walk Skyline is led by local development experts PARADIGM8, with architects and builders from sagemodern specializing in innovative and environmentally-conscious construction methods. The homes will be the perfect combination of on and off-site construction. Using high-end factory-built components is better for our environment and produces top quality homes. These are the buildings of the future, and homeowners can feel good about their modern investment.

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