The Retreat at Seven Desert Mountain
Best Architectural Design - Attached Home Plan over 2,000 SF
Client: Family Development
Architect: Danielian Associates Architects + Planners
Interiors: CDC Designs
Danielian Associates’ client Family Development took home top honors during today’s virtual MAME Awards for The Retreat at Seven Desert Mountain, highlighting outstanding design, interiors, and sales success. This project is set amidst the spectacular Seven Desert Mountain golf course and truly amplifies luxury desert living. These homes live like a single family home experience paired with the ease of a lock-and-leave lifestyle, featuring indoor-outdoor living experiences throughout, retreats for relaxation, and places to party all highlighting the stunning backdrop of its Sonoran Desert environment.
Although a family can come in many different shapes and sizes, there is a universal meaning to the word and what it symbolizes. Whether your family is your spouse and children, your grandkids, your closest friend, or maybe your pets, family is what is most important to all of us. Family is where you go for unconditional love, for strength and for security. It’s where you share good times and get through the challenges that life can bring. You can always count on your family to be there.
That is why a home is so important. Like our family, it provides us with a comfortable, secure place where we can be ourselves, where we can dream and plan for the future while enjoying the present. The principals of Family Development take this meaning very seriously.
Having been involved in the design and development of thousands of homes over the past 20 years, every member of our team looks at each home that they build as if they were building it for their own family. Care and attention is given to each and every facet of the building cycle to ensure that the final product will bring its residents years of satisfaction.
From thoughtfully planned neighborhood designs to beautiful and functional floor plans, our homes are sure to provide families with that special place to relax and enjoy life.
We feel our commitment to family is what makes us unique and sets us apart. So, no matter how you define family, we welcome you and yours to ours.
Since its formation in 2003, Family Development has earned an excellent reputation as being the preferred residential homebuilder in California, Arizona, and now Texas. Throughout its history, the company has built thousands of homes in some of the most desirable communities while developing land for many more residences in these states.
Have you ever walked into a house and just knew ... knew that this was the place that you wanted to call home? At Family Development, we know this feeling does not happen by accident – it is the direct result of a home’s great design.
In today’s world of quick production, we feel too many builders have lost this special touch. Most claim to strive for quality, but when it comes to design, their homes have become rather uniform and bland. We hope you agree that a home designed by Family Development is different… and the difference is by design.
The market is the ultimate authority and they have spoken loudly - design does make a difference.
Family Development’s hands-on approach to homebuilding has allowed the company to design and offer homes and communities of enduring value. Evidence of the value of the Principals’ intelligent planning and positioning can be found in the fact that homes designed by Family Development have sold for more than their similarly sized competitors. This same price premium has been found when the homes are sold in the resale market as well. Of course, there are no guarantees in the market, but it pays to go with a proven winner and Family Development has won some of the industry’s most prestigious design awards. Read more >
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