One Hundred Hills by Toll Brothers
100 Hills was developed by Geoffrey H. Edmunds (now Toll Brothers, Inc.) and is comprised of 3 separate and distinct “neighborhoods” The Villas, The Terraces and The Retreat. Combined, they contain a total of 216 homes and are grouped in sections according to price and size.
In The Villas, there were 68 home sites and 4 different models to choose from and the home sizes ranged from 2,310 to 2,629 square feet. In September 1997 (the date of the earliest builder price list that I have in my files), the pricing began at $252,950 for the Valencia and went as high as $281,000 for the largest home, the Sevilla. At present, prices are generally from the low $500,000’s on up into the $600,000’s.
In The Terraces, a community of just 38 homes, there were 5 different models offered. In May of 1996, prices began at $339,900 for the 3,035 square foot Palma model and went as high as $379,900 for the 3,744 square foot Montilla. At present, prices range from the from the low $700,000’s to over $900,000 with the highest values going to those homes with the most attractive settings and views.
In The Retreat, 111 homes sites were offered and a number of those were custom building opportunities. There were initially 6 different models to chose from ranging in size from 3,137 square feet for the Merida to the 4,970 square feet Cardona and pricing began at $329,975 and went as high as $439,975 in September of 1998. After Toll Brothers, Inc. purchased Geoffrey H. Edmunds, an additional 5 models were offered ranging in size from the 3,320 square foot Antigua, priced at $381,975 and going as high as $418,975 for the 3,934 square foot Cadiz model. Currently, the prices are over 1 million and up to 3 million. At some point, Toll Brothers decided to stop building and offered the remaining lots for custom builds.
This lovely community is located at the foothills of the mountain preserve and offers spectacular mountain and city light views. It is bordered on the north by the communities of Trovas and Castle Chase and on the south by Cimarron Ridge.