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Sales Gallery Opens This Saturday, May 31st at William Lyon Homes' Skyridge in Woodcrest

RIVERSIDE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- A well rounded life starts at William Lyon Homes' SkyRidge in Woodcrest and prospective homebuyers are encouraged to attend the highly-anticipated Sales Gallery opening this Saturday, May 31st at 10 a.m. Anyone who is interested in a brand new single-family detached residence that features beautiful indoor/outdoor living spaces and plenty of growing room will want to be among the first to see which homes will be included in the initial sales offering before pre-sales start next month. Buyers who have not yet registered their interest are invited to do so at www.LyonSkyRidge.com to stay up to date on upcoming events and phase releases.

"Homebuyers who are interested in a spacious new home featuring superb luxury within a convenient Riverside location now have the opportunity to preview SkyRidge in person," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "During the Sales Gallery opening, guests are also encouraged to meet with the sales team to learn more about taking the next step towards homeownership at this incredible new home neighborhood in Woodcrest."

At SkyRidge, family-friendly interiors reveal innovative floorplans with an ideal combination of warm and inviting gathering spaces and up to six private bedrooms. Perfect for today's active lifestyles, the homes are open and airy inside, while the large rear yards can play host to an array of activities. With acclaimed area schools, a low tax base, low HOA fees, and anticipated prices starting from the mid $500,000s, it's no wonder why everyone is recognizing the valuable home buying opportunity offered at SkyRidge.

The neighborhood's one single-level floorplan will feature an impressive family room and kitchen, along with a luxurious master suite away from the secondary bedrooms to afford optimal privacy. A "California Room" that beautifully infuses indoor/outdoor living and entertaining is at the heart of this 2,575 square-foot home. Residences Two and Three at SkyRidge will offer two-story floorplans with distinctly different room arrangements and sense of livability. The 3,426 square-foot Residence Two will feature a large Great Room that flows into the modern kitchen -- informal dining space can accommodate eight or more, plus room for a generous kitchen island. The private master suite and bath is away from the "kid's zone," an area that showcases comfortable secondary bedrooms and generous bonus room. The 3,803 square-foot Residence Three will present a formal dining room ideal for entertaining, plus the convenience of a first-level bedroom with en-suite bath and walk-in closet. On the second level, a formal master vestibule leads into a beautiful master suite impressively appointed with a sumptuous master bath and "his" and "her" walk-in closets. A bonus room that can be transformed as individual needs evolve is conveniently close to the secondary bedrooms and away from the master suite. Residences Two and Three will also have rear yard "California Rooms" to afford homeowners the wonderful opportunity to enjoy Southern California's mild year-round climate.

Sprawling homesites that invite outdoor dining, entertaining and playing will range from approximately 10,000 to 12,000 square feet. The neighborhood's elevated location will afford select homes distant views of the valley below and the San Gabriel Mountains.

Homebuyers will have access to one of the area's top school districts and close proximity to excellent private schools, including Woodcrest Christian Middle and High schools and Riverside Christian Day School. Public school opportunities will include Frank Augustus Miller Middle School and Martin Luther King High School. Woodcrest Plaza Shopping Center, Galleria at Tyler and Mission Grove Plaza are conveniently located nearby, with Lake Mathews, Lake Perris and Orange Terrace Park easily accessible for leisurely weekend activity. Golfers can hit the links at Victoria Club Golf Course and General Old 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.

To visit SkyRidge during its Sales Gallery Opening, travel the 91 Freeway, exit Van Buren Blvd., and head south. Turn right on Alta Cresta Ave., then left on Krameria Ave., to the Sales Gallery located on the right hand side. The Sales Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please visit www.LyonSkyRidge.com.

Prices are effective as of the date of publication. Pricing is approximate and is subject to change without prior notice. CalBRE Officer License: 00982816.

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