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Everything Will Be Bigger Except the Price at William Lyon Homes' TurnLeaf

JURUPA VALLEY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- When it comes to family living, bigger is indeed better. Homebuyers who want large new homes and sprawling yards so they can comfortably plan for a thriving life, today and in the years to come will soon find William Lyon Homes' TurnLeaf in Jurupa Valley the perfect address. With prices anticipated to start from the mid $500,000s, it's time to get ready for The Crossing and The Coventry at TurnLeaf, new detached home neighborhoods that will offer room for growing, space for playing and prices hard to resist. The model grand openings are anticipated for this summer, making now a great time to get on the Inside Track by visiting www.LyonTurnLeaf.com to receive advance notice of pricing and sneak previews.

"From attainable pricing to impressively sized homes and yards, the financial and residential priorities that are so important to young and growing families will be covered here. The community's low tax base and low HOA fees, plus the inclusion of front yard landscaping will underscore the value of The Crossing and The Coventry at TurnLeaf, while the neighborhoods' spacious floorplans and oversized properties will accommodate their need for abundant indoor and outdoor living space," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "This community was designed to embrace family-oriented lifestyles and buyers who are focused on finding a beautiful new home that can meet and surpass their individual expectations will soon discover everything they want at TurnLeaf, including prices within their reach."

The Crossing and The Coventry at TurnLeaf will offer the commitment of a notable homebuilder, the benefits of all new construction and the peace of mind of long-term warranties. Register one's interest today and look forward to important updates regarding the model openings, phase releases and pre-sale pricing.

The Crossing at TurnLeaf will introduce one and two-story single-family detached homes ranging from approximately 2,693 to 3,313 square feet, with 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths, great rooms for casual gatherings, up to 3-car garages and optional rear yard "California Rooms." Prices are anticipated to start from the mid $500,000s.

The Coventry at TurnLeaf will present finely appointed two-story detached floorplans ranging from approximately 3,426 to 3,803 square feet, with 4 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 to 4.5 baths, great rooms for daily activity, 3-car garages and optional rear yard loggias. Prices are anticipated to start from the high $500,000s.

Sprawling properties averaging 10,000 to 12,000 square feet will give families plenty of room to dine, entertain and play outdoors. Authentic Spanish, Santa Barbara, Tuscan and Monterey architectural styles will grace the exteriors of The Crossing and The Coventry.

The neighborhoods' central Inland Empire location will be advantageous for commuters who want the rewards of a new home and a convenient drive to work. The convenient Jurupa Valley setting of TurnLeaf will place residents in close proximity to the I-15, 91 and 60 freeways, thoroughfares to the employment hubs of Orange, West Riverside and South San Bernardino counties. An equally significant consideration for families who are ready to put down roots for the future is the emergence of major employment opportunities in this region and the growing job base in this local vicinity.

Eastvale Gateway is located nearby, a dynamic retail and entertainment destination that includes an Edwards Cinemas, restaurants, clothing stores, home goods, a Vons supermarket and much more. TurnLeaf residents will also be within close proximity to leisure and recreation areas that offer playgrounds, parks and an equestrian arena. Popular destinations include Jurupa Community Center & Skate Park, Jurupa Valley Spectrum and Cinemas, along with the retail experiences of established Ontario Mills and beautiful Victoria Gardens. Golf enthusiasts can hit the links at Jurupa Hills Country Club and the award-winning Paradise Knolls Golf Course.

It matters who your builder is, and William Lyon Homes means it when they say that they put themselves into their homes. They build each and every home as if it were their own and have earned a solid track record for constructing quality homes backed by a solid customer service program since 1954. Learn more by visiting www.lyonhomes.com for updated information on William Lyon Homes' new neighborhoods.

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