Who is Shiloh Park for?
A: Shiloh Park is a neighborhood designed to create easy onramps to connected community. Each home has a modern twist on a traditional farmhouse style that will emphasize idyllic design, quality finishes, and large front porches. The neighborhood allows for plenty of privacy but also very intentionally design connection to neighbors. If you like people and beautifully designed homes, then Shiloh Park may just be your perfect landing place.
What is the price for the various home styles?
A: We are finalizing the floor plans for each model (Silo, Sunnybrook, and Homestead) over the next 3-4 weeks. We estimate we can publish actual base costs and upgrades available in late April.
A: No, we aren't selling lots in Shiloh Park. Buyers will select the style home they want, desired elevation, finishes, and optional upgrades prior to construction. Shiloh Park will finance the construction of the home with money down and a purchase agreement from the buyer. Upon completion of the home, the buyer will close on the property with cash or mortgage from a lender of their choice.
Can I buy a lot and build my own custom home?
A: Once we complete the floor plans and construction estimates on each home style we will be able to publish what is included in the base cost and available upgrades. If a buyer desires to make more customizes and choices that extend beyond the standard options and upgrades, then the buyer will pay a design fee and material and labor on all customizations. Those additional estimates will be offered on top of the base cost, and there will be limitation on what a buyer can customize.
What are the optional upgrades for each home style?
When will construction begin?
A: We are planning to begin work in April, clearing, grading, installing sewer, water, electric, and preparing the sites for home construction.
Phase 1 will consist of the first 12 homes is scheduled to begin the end of July 2017. We hope to have these homes finished by December or January, and then begin construction on the Phase II's final 9 homes in the Spring of 2018.
Will there be fences and a security gate?
A: The neighborhood will have a decorative wall on the western edge between the storage facility and the property. Then around the rest of the property will be a connected fence between the surrounding neighbors and Shiloh Park's wraparound trail. We will not have security gate at the entry of the neighborhood, but due to the obscure access of the property we foresee very little unwanted travelers. In addition, our roads won't be a thru-way for common traffic. We will have two streets that lead to cul-de-sacs and will strongly discourage any trouble-making.
The natural neighborhood watch will be in effect with residences spending time in the commons or enjoying their front porches. It should be pretty difficult to go unnoticed at Shiloh Park. We also feel the culture of Shiloh Park will also involve hosting parties and residence inviting frequent guests due to the special nature of this neighborhood. We hope to offer and adequate amount of security while not prohibiting the flow of quality connections with those inside and out of this community.
Is there space for an RV or Camper Trailer parking?
A: While each home has a two car garage and a third off-street parking space, there is enough space to accommodate RVs or camper trailers. There are two storage facilities in the lot beside Shiloh Park that could be used for storing a recreational vehicle and plenty other option in the South Redding corridor.
A: Two smaller markets (Clear Creek grocery and Savmor foods) are within 1.5 miles from Shiloh Park. Rite Aid and Dollar Tree are also within 1.5 miles away.
There is a Starbucks on Bonnyview, less than 2 miles away and several dining options, including, Carl’s Jr., Lucky’s Donuts, Baja Burrito, China Kitchen, Snack Shack, Westwood Take n’ Bake, Humble Joe’s, Round Table Pizza, and Subway.
Allen’s Golf Course and Cascade Park are both about a mile away.
The nearest boat launch to the Sacramento River is 3 miles away at South Bonneyview, which includes a paved lot, boat ramp, picnic tables, and public restrooms thanks to the California Fish and Wildlife Department.
Shiloh Park is within the public school district of Bonnyview Elementary, Sequoia Middle School, and Shasta High School.
Plans are underway for a new Costco and shopping center in the northwestern corner of the Bonnyview Rd exit off I-5. This could take up to 2-3 years to get approved.