Building new homes in the SF Bay Area: single-family homes, townhomes and condos.
SummerHill Homes is a privately owned home builder focusing on the unique needs of the San Francisco Bay Area and Southern California. We believe what makes the Bay Area and Southern California great is what makes SummerHill Homes great: innovation, constant striving for excellence, determination to be the very best, pride of place, and timeless elegance.
SummerHill is renowned for developing specialized single-family detached and multi-family housing communities in established residential settings throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Since its inception in 1976, SummerHill's goals have been to provide quality homes for its customers, Communities of DistinctionTM for cities.
Over the last 30 years, SummerHill has completed more than 50 developments representing over 4,700 single-family homes, condominiums, townhomes, and apartments. SummerHill's successful track record is the result of attracting top development and construction professionals whose goals are consistent with the company's philosophy.
Criteria for site development are highly selective to meet the company's objectives. SummerHill uses extensive market analysis to identify housing needs, then customizes each development to achieve the highest potential. SummerHill has proven expertise in working closely with cities and neighborhood constituents to successfully integrate new home communities into the texture of the surrounding neighborhood by developing the most compatible housing type, architectural style, and urban plan for each site.
SummerHill is committed to green building and works with a diverse community of industry experts who share our commitment to green building. Building increasingly sustainable homes requires informed decision-making throughout the homebuilding process, and we are committed to staying informed. Green building is about building better, more durable structures in infill locations, a principle that has been at our core ever since our founding.