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The Rowe at Baker Ranch Information
In the market for a new home in Lake Forest, CA? If so, take a moment to view The Rowe at Baker Ranch from Shea Homes. This townhome neighborhood features floorplans with 1,453-1,695 Sq. Ft., 3 Bedrooms, and 2.5 Bathrooms. You can own a house in this development today priced from $718,023. Stop by our model showroom during normal business hours to see each of these homes in person.
From the Builder
In the heart of the Baker Ranch master plan community in Lake Forest, California, just steps from Vista Swim Club, discover the stylish townhomes of The Rowe. With mountain trails a short hike to the east, the sunny California coast a 20-minute drive to the west, and an amazing variety of resort-style amenities within a scenic stroll, there are countless ways to get out and play. Shopping and dining, business centers, and excellent schools are just minutes away within the Lake Forest and surrounding communities, making this an ideal hub for your active life. And you can enjoy all of this with no Mello-Roos.
The townhomes at The Rowe feature open interiors and flexible spaces, with options for lofts or 2nd master suites. Homes include contemporary kitchens and private outdoor patios to take in the beauty of the outdoors. Schedule a tour today to see if The Rowe in Lake Forest, California might be a good fit for you.
The Rowe at Baker Ranch Amenities & Local Attractions
The Grove Clubhouse
The Grove Clubhouse features resort-style amenities and welcoming spaces for neighbors to gather—from chef-ready indoor and outdoor kitchens to the spacious veranda with outdoor fireplaces to the Gathering Room, ideal for your private events.
About Shea Homes
Shea Homes has become a trusted name in homebuilding by loyal customers in several states. The company provides amenities for all ages and lifestyles within each and every community they break ground on. Shea often participates in master-planned communities, constructing townhouses, energy-efficient/green homes, and age-restricted neighborhoods. Developments across the country typically have tree-lined streets, community pools, clubhouses, bike and jogging paths, plus sports facilities.