ThreeSixty Sold over 100 New Homes in 2012, More Exclusive Homes Available



ThreeSixty generated spectacular sales last year, with over 100 brand new homes sold at South Bay. With resort-style recreation facilities, and gated privacy, the dream homes sold from as low as $400,000.

ThreeSixty Homes

An award-winning community, with a great South Bay location, not far from Manhattan Beach Pier, Hermosa Beach and Marina Del Rey, ThreeSixty features three types of properties, clustered in neighborhoods: The Flats, The Court and The Row. The exclusive homes are served by resort-like entertainment facilities, with swimming pool, basketball, paddle tennis and bocce ball courts, plus a billiards lounge and bar, wine room, modern gym and more.

The Flats, as the name implies, are single-level floorplans that range from approximately 957 to 1,662 square feet. They feature up to two bedrooms plus a retreat, up to two bathrooms and one- and two-car garages. Prices are from the low $400,000.

The Court neighborhood only has one last residence still available, the Residence Two, featuring 1,978 square feet, with three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, courtyard patio, chef’s kitchen, entertainment space and a two-car garage. Prices start from $500,000.

Finally, The Row offers a trio of sophisticated three-level townhomes, the largest floorplans at ThreeSixty. Designs range from approximately 1,549 to 2,152 square feet, with two to three bedrooms, two- and one-half to three bathrooms and two-car garages. Prices start from the low $500,000.

ThreeSixty Homes

Brokers may be interested to know that closing at William Lyon Homes’ ThreeSixty brings them a $10,000 flat referral fee, and by the way these homes look, they are not a hard sell at all.

About Mihaela Lica Butler

Mihaela Lica Butler is senior partner at Pamil Visions PR and Editor at Everything PR. She is a widely cited authority on public relations issues (BBC News, Force for Good, Reuters, Al Jazeera and others), with an experience of over 10 years in online PR. Aside RealtyBizNews, Mihaela writes occasionally for SitePoint, Search Engine Journal, and other online publications.