Trilogy at Rio Vista: A Northern California Gem


Built by Shea Homes, the Trilogy brand is known for its energy-efficient homes and a range of amenities to support a healthy, active adult lifestyle. Trilogy at Rio Vista lives up to its developer’s reputation for quality with a spacious clubhouse, 18-hole golf course, and plans for 3,000 single-family homes.


While Trilogy at Rio Vista has many on-site amenities, its prime location is certainly a draw for many potential residents. This beautiful community is situated in Northern California’s greater San Francisco Bay area, making it the perfect place for those who enjoy outdoor activities. Sailing, fishing, hiking, wind, surfing and waterskiing are among some of the area’s most popular recreations.


Golf is also a common activity in the area, and Trilogy at Rio Vista offers its own well-known course. Designed by golf architect Ted Robinson Sr., the Golf Club at Rio Vista features an impressive 18-hole championship golf course. Scenic beauty is a highlight of the course and natural elements include rolling hills, lush landscaping and strategically-placed water features. Players of any skill level are welcome at the Golf Club at Rio Vista, and multiple tees help golfers enjoy a fun and challenging experience.

After a game of golf, residents can stop into the Rio Vista Nines restaurant for lunch, dinner, or drinks. The food is top-notch, featuring casually elegant meals in a friendly, inviting dining room. Weekday afternoons are also a great time to take advantage of the restaurant’s affordable Happy Hour specials.

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A fitness center with cutting edge equipment, personal trainer, and Tai Chi classes provide up to date, fun ways to stay healthy. A heated Olympic-size indoor pool is part of the package.

Adjacent to the golf clubhouse, Trilogy at Rio Vista’s Delta Club is a 7,000 square-foot clubhouse which includes game rooms, a fitness center, and an outdoor swimming pool. The community also has a larger, 27,000 square-foot Vista clubhouse with even more amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, an Olympic-size indoor pool, the Center for Higher Learning, and plenty of space to simply socialize with friends.

The community’s full-time Activities Director helps residents make the most of life at Trilogy at Rio Vista by matching them with activities to meet their interests. Classes, clubs and community events fill the community’s social calendar, letting residents become as involved as they would like.


Upon completion, Shea Homes expects to build 3,000 single-family homes within the Trilogy at Rio Vista community. Homebuyers who want a new construction home can choose from floor plans within three different series of homes. Across all of these collections, there are a total of 13 floor plans ranging from 1,153 to 2,540 square feet. Homebuyers also have the option of shopping from among the community’s available resale homes.

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