Dan Dianda - Acquire Properties


Blackhawk Revival....




Sometimes it takes something new to appreciate something that is older. All of the new large developments in the surrounding cities of Danville and San Ramon have done just that. Now, There is a revived appreciation and demand within the town of Blackhawk. What was considered outdated is now considered traditional, unique, and even quaint. 

    The Country Club Community of Blackhawk was built on the principles of true luxury living to meet any lifestyle, from comfortable condos to multi-acre park estates. Many of these homes were constructed as dream estates detailed down to wall coverings and even china patterns. Now these building styles are rare or incredibly expensive to duplicate or even mimic. Such features include parquets, moldings of plaster, unique stonework or clever brick pattens, terracotta chimney pipes and wooden paneled offices with marble floor inlays to name just a few of these characteristics.

   Blackhawk is known for its unique trademark building styles that is discernible only to this community. Among them are all are a creative rendition of classical styles including the French Provincial, the English Tudor, the Mexican Hacienda, the Georgian plantation, and many more. Also included is a unique take on luxurious modern living. 

    Now is a better time than ever before to invest within the community. Prices are reasonable with a nice amount of inventory. There are various styles to choose from for the more discerning of buyers to match anyone's lifestyle. The community of Blackhawk is, also, simultaneously experiencing revitalization. Within the past couple years the LPGA has made the Country Club's Lakes course an annual stop on their circuit. Meanwhile Blackhawk plaza, a luxurious shopping center, is undergoing a complete renovation and expansion to meet the communities needs and demands. Neighboring Danville, also seeing a spur of growth as thier downtown is experiencing growth as well.

      I foresee continual growth within our small community as outside buyers continue to come in from Southern California, back East, and Europe. As I posted before the communities median income outweighs that of most and is coveted by many retailers. Therefore, we may start seeing vendors and amenities that have been long needed for our small town. Yet, Blackhawk will remain the secluded get away for those who need comfort casual living and exclusion.






Comment balloon 0 commentsDan Dianda • July 17 2008 06:09PM