We are proud and excited to announce the opening of our first community in Visalia - Country Club Court! As we expand into Visalia, our commitment to building value for generations remains. With homes starting from $199,950, an average lot size of 8,000 square feet, and six plans from which to choose, quality and value have become synonymous with Bonadelle Neighborhoods.
Country Club Court features homes with custom-quality amenities, is conveniently-located across from the Visalia Country Club and is just minutes away from Country Club Plaza - Visalia's newest shopping center. The neighborhood is situated within the Visalia Unified School District, ensuring your children will attend Manuel F. Hernandez Elementary and the established Redwood High School. When viewing homes at Country Club Court, you'll be thrilled to discover a multitude of quality standard features - many of which are considered "upgrades" through other homebuilders. Such features include, granite kitchen countertops, 18 x 18 tile flooring in the kitchen, covered patios, fire sprinklers with concealed decorative cap, and wrought iron stair rails with oak cap. The multitude of standard features is what distinguishes Bonadelle Neighborhoods from other builders.
Right now, Bonadelle Neighborhoods is offering an incentive to homebuyers in Visalia! Buyers will receive a $5,000 incentive that can be used toward their new Country Club Court home. This $5,000 offer is available on select lots and floor plans; the buyer can use this incentive toward additional upgrades, closing costs or toward the cost of the home itself. Country Club Court features six well-designed floor plans ranging in size from 1515 to 3537 square feet with three unique and impressive standard elevations to choose from; these plans include: the Blossom, the Trinity, the Sequoia, the Hudson, the Oak, and the Bianca.
For more than five decades, the Bonadelle family has helped shape the future of Fresno and Clovis by building new homes that make families proud to say, “Home Sweet Home.”
The tradition began when a young John Bonadelle built his first Fresno neighborhoods near Manchester Center for first-time home buyers — many of whom were soldiers returning from World War II.
Today, John A. Bonadelle continues the family tradition.