|By Marketwired .||
|May 15, 2014 07:45 PM EDT||
RANCHO MISSION VIEJO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- Attainable pricing, stylish designs and a vibrant lifestyle, these are the elements that define Lyon Villas and Lyon Cabanas -- the best new home values in the village of Sendero in Rancho Mission Viejo. These innovative neighborhoods by William Lyon Homes have quickly become some of South Orange County's most popular new home opportunities. With new phases now selling, discover the place where wide open spaces inspire great things among a panorama of spectacular scenery and rich history by visiting www.LyonVillasRMV.com and www.LyonCabanasRMV.com today.
"Unique is the first word that typically comes to mind when someone visits Lyon Villas and Lyon Cabanas at Rancho Mission Viejo for the first time," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "At Lyon Villas and Lyon Cabanas a spectacular opportunity for homeownership is on the horizon with innovative new homes priced to get you here in style. It's easy to see why homebuyers are so eager to trade in their rent payment for a beautiful new home at these two neighborhoods."
Lyon Villas at Rancho Mission Viejo presents innovative architectural designs unlike anything previously offered in South Orange County, with stunning contemporary Spanish-style townhomes and flats. The 4 bright, open floorplans offer approximately 1,308 to 1,637 square feet, with 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2 to 3 baths, gracious gathering spaces and 2-car side-by-side garages. Kitchen islands, desirable evolve spaces, decks and covered patios per plan are just a few of the in-demand features. An array of custom floorplan options that allow each home to suit the needs and life stage of its owner make Lyon Villas even harder to resist. Prices start from the low $400,000s.
The modern, Spanish-style townhomes of Lyon Cabanas at Rancho Mission Viejo feature 5 innovative floorplans ranging from approximately 1,006 to 1,557 square feet, with 1 to 2 bedrooms, 1.5 to 2.5 baths and 2-car side-by-side garages. Spacious, open living areas are filled with generous natural light and select plans feature the ambiance of loft-inspired, two-story interior volume. Individual designs present lofts, secondary bedrooms with en-suites and walk-in closets, patios and decks that invite outdoor dining and entertainment and evolve spaces to meet residents' needs over time per plan. Prices start from the high $300,000s.
Homebuyers have been especially impressed by the elevated locations, which afford breathtaking vistas of the natural open space from select homes at Lyon Villas and Lyon Cabanas. The neighborhoods' convenient, walkable locations are just footsteps from The Outpost, where residents can enjoy a resort-style pool and spa, outdoor dining area with barbecue, hammock garden, Bocce courts, fire pits and clubhouse with event rooms. A convenient setting near Ortega Highway and Antonio Parkway and just miles from Doheny Beach and San Juan Capistrano also offers homebuyers easy accessibility to work and leisure.
Sendero is the first village to be developed on the new ranch community of Rancho Mission Viejo, a 23,000-acre family-owned working ranch situated in the heart of South Orange County. Approximately 25% of The Ranch will be developed into multiple villages while 75% will be preserved as part of a larger habitat conservation area known as The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo.
At build-out, Sendero is expected to include a wide range of 940 attached and detached homes, 200 apartment units, and the gated 55+ enclave of Gavilán, planned for 285 single-level residences adjacent to private social and wellness/recreational amenities. Also envisioned for Sendero are a centrally located community hall, clubhouses and recreational core, a 15-acre community park, the vegetable and fruit gardens of Sendero Farm, a 10-acre retail plaza, office space, fire station, child care center, and several neighborhood parks. Hiking/biking trails have been designed to provide access from Sendero to portions of The Reserve and a network of county regional hiking/biking trails.
Rancho Mission Viejo, owned by the O'Neill/Avery/Moiso family since 1882, is located just 2.3 miles from downtown San Juan Capistrano and five miles from San Clemente and Doheny State Beach, with easy access provided to employment and retail centers in Ladera Ranch, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita and other Orange County areas. Rancho Mission Viejo has been planned to include private community recreation, parks, trails, a marketplace and more.
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.
To visit Lyon Villas and Lyon Cabanas, travel southbound on the I-5, exit Ortega Highway/CA-74 and turn left. Turn left on Antonio Parkway, right on Sendero Way and follow the signs to the individual neighborhoods. When traveling northbound on the I-5, exit Ortega Highway/CA 74 and turn right. Turn left on Antonio Parkway, right on Sendero Way and follow the signs to the individual neighborhoods. The Lyon Villas Sales Gallery is located at 8 Bolon Street, Rancho Mission Viejo, CA 92694. The Lyon Cabanas Sales Gallery is located at 26 Alzada Street, Rancho Mission Viejo, CA 92694. Sales Galleries are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please call Lyon Villas at 949.218.1315 and Lyon Cabanas at 949.429.8235.
Prices are effective as of the date of publication. All homes are subject to prior sale. Prices and availability of homes are subject to change without notice. CalBRE Officer License: 00982816.
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