Freedom. Connection. Wellness. These words represent the foundation of a holistic, active lifestyle, and according to homebuyers, it’s an engaged way of life and community philosophy that’s become a primary consideration in their search for the ultimate, dream home.

Residents at Trilogy Rio Vista and The Vineyards explain that beyond Trilogy’s superior construction and innovative floor plan designs, Trilogy’s emphasis on well-rounded living is what made the decision to move to Trilogy an easy one.

“Over our eighteen months of looking, we saw some very beautiful homes and communities, but none called out to us,” explained Anna, a Trilogy homeowner. “But, when we came to Trilogy, something clicked. Both my husband and I knew immediately we had found our new home.”

Another Trilogy resident, Ken, added, “We’ve lived at other communities before we chose Trilogy, and this community is, by far, the most outstanding in all aspects. We’ve lived in a Del Webb community before, and we find that the quality at Trilogy is much higher.”

Trilogy at Rio Vista and The Vineyards are two resort-style 55+ communities in the East Bay that have become the hallmark of luxurious, active living. From the 5-star amenities and gourmet dining options to the social happy hours and planned excursions, Trilogy has become sought out for its lifestyles centered on exploration, wellness and social connectivity.

“At Trilogy, we find that whether you’re single, an empty-nester, recently retired or are simply ready for a change, homebuyers who choose Trilogy move here because they’re embarking on a new, exciting phase of life,” said Dan O’Brien, area president of Shea Homes Active Lifestyle Communities. “All of our homeowners are at such different places in their careers or family lives, but the one thing they all have in common is their desire to rediscover their passions, ground themselves in a supportive community, and build a dream home where fun, adventure and a vibrant social life are just right outside the front door.”

Rio Vista – City Close & Country Quiet

Located near the Delta with easy access to San Francisco, Napa and Tahoe, Rio Vista is an idyllic and authentic small town away from the crowded city. For homeowners who move to Rio Vista, they say the connected feeling and warmth of Rio Vista is hard to explain with words alone.

“What I love about the area is that no matter who drives past you, whether you’ve met or not, everybody waves,” explained Trilogy homeowner Evelyn. “We hadn’t even moved in yet and people were waving. There are no strangers here, and I find that so encouraging.”

Trilogy at Rio Vista features the Vista Club, a 27,000 sq. ft. club that serves as a hub for homeowners to connect with new friends and entertain family. Club amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a Cyber Café, indoor pool and running track, the Rio Vista Golf Club, an 18-hole championship course and more.

“We’re very satisfied and comfortable at Trilogy,” said Evelyn. “We know we’re going to love to live here and stay as long as we can!”

The Vineyards in Brentwood – A Culinary Paradise Awaits

Located between Lodi and Livermore Valley, and surrounded by acres of active vineyards and olive orchards, The Vineyards offers homebuyers an authentic wine country lifestyle at a price point that’s much more accessible than Napa. Only an hour away from San Francisco, The Vineyards in Brentwood is a hidden gem that’s become a gourmet paradise.

“From Brentwood’s U-pick harvest season where people can pick fresh produce, to the annual Cornfest event July 12-14th, Brentwood is rooted in agricultural heritage and culinary excellence,” said O’Brien. “Trilogy residents have access to California’s best purveyors that supply the Bay Area’s most prestigious famer’s markets, restaurants, and Trilogy’s own Café d’Oro. It’s a true farm-to-table experience.”

Beyond Trilogy’s Café d’Oro, residents at The Vineyards have access to other amazing amenities including the award-winning Club Los Meganos, a 34,000 square-foot social hub that offers diverse fitness classes, treatments at Sawã Spa, and two pools. Outdoor facilities include The Los Olivos Tennis Pavilion, a tournament style bocce park, walking trails and more.

The Vineyards and Rio Vista are also the only locations in the Bay Area that offer energy-efficient, SheaXero No Electric Bill Homes™ as a standard on all new homes. SheaXero homes eliminate monthly electric bills and save homeowners up to $3,000 a year. While many builders charge up to an additional $40,000 for homes with SheaXero features, Trilogy is including it in the base price for a limited time.

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