Parkside Lennar Homes
The proposal is for a new 98-unit medium-density single-family residential project located within the
existing Spring Lake Specific Plan in the City of Woodland. The site contains 7.3 +/- gross acres and
is located on the northwestern and southwestern corner of the intersection of Hadley Drive and
Matmor Road. The property is bounded on the east by Matmor Road and the Woodland Christian School, the south by
Sports Park Dr. and the Woodland Sports Park, on the west/north by existing Single-Family homes.
The two properties that make up the project are the last remaining undeveloped sites in the Spring
Lake Specific Plan (SLSP) west of Highway 113 and present a significant opportunity to increase the
variety of available single-family product in the City of Woodland. The properties are defined in the
SLSP as Multi-Family Residential with the north parcel as R-15 and the south parcel as R-8.
The proposal for the project site utilizes a very popular higher-density detached Single-Family product
that Lennar is currently building in numerous other municipalities in the region. This product type,
which utilizes smaller lots taking primary pedestrian access from private paseos and vehicular access
from private alleys, will bring increased housing variety to the City of Woodland
Parkside proposes 98 single-family units fronting common-use paseos with rear facing 2-car garages
taking access from private alleyways. Each parcel proposes two alleyway entry points from adjacent
existing public roadways (Matmor Rd., Hadley Dr., and Sports Park Dr.) to provide easy access to
future residents. While the project does utilize private alleyways to provide the required internal
circulation, the site design does provide for required movements for fire service and trash pick-up.
Inspired by the French Manor House, this
architectural style is a bit more formal with
its hipped roof and straight lines. Other
identifying features are focal elements
embellished with stone, plank shutters
painted an accent color to match the front
door, and decorative iron details to further
enhance the elevation.
A timeless combination of materials, colors, and
details makes this architectural style both charming
and attractive. Inspired by the French cottages
found in town and in the country, this enchanting
elevation is very appealing. Arched entry portals
and arched windows along with curved corbels at
the feature gables enhanced with a row of canales
are some of the identifying features of this style.
The home is further enhanced with plank shelves
supported with decorative brackets and plank
shutters with ‘Z’ braces painted an accent color to
match the front door.
Inspired by the French country home, this architectural
style is a bit more casual and would typically be found
in the countryside or more rural areas. This elevation
features stone at focal areas such as the entry, or
as a base to help anchor the home visually. Curved
wooden brackets and braces support trellis elements
and cantilevers. The roof features gables with horizontal
siding punctuated with a decorative vent. Additional
features of this style are windows embellished with trellis
work and louvered shutters painted an accent color to
match the front door.