Santa Monica-based homebuilder Watt Communities says it has closed escrow on a 22-home community on 6.2 acres in the unincorporated area of Sacramento County.
It’s the fourth Sacramento-area infill housing project landed by Watt this year.
The new community, called Woodmont, will be built along Codman Lane, just south of the intersection of Madison Avenue and Sunrise Boulevard. Construction is expected to begin within 60 days.
Other Watt projects announced earlier this year are AutumnWood, 46 homes being built on 9.2 acres along Antelope Road near Interstate 80 in Citrus Heights; The Village at Fair Oaks, a 55-home community on 6.2 acres on Madison Avenue, just south of Citrus Heights; and Woodbury, 17 homes to be built on 7.3 acres along Fair Oaks Boulevard just south of Sunset Avenue.
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Kevin Webb, president of Watt’s Northern California division, which has an office in Roseville, said in a statement that “we look forward to building these four projects over the next year and finding other available properties to develop.”