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Alora Luxury Homes Available With Stunning Ocean Views

SAN CLEMENTE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/24/14 -- Alora by William Lyon Homes is designed for homebuyers who demand the extraordinary and Phase Two's spectacular ocean-view, Residence Three homes meet discerning homebuyer's expectations. This exceptional collection of single-family detached home designs is unlike any seen before in beautiful Talega and the added extravagance of Residence Three's ocean vistas takes it to another level of elegance. This particular floorplan design is highly customized with expansive interiors that span approximately 4,503 square feet, with 5 bedroom suites, 5.5 baths and 2-car garages + a 1-car separate garage. Amenities include a study and media room, as well as an outdoor room, equipped with a fireplace and optional kitchen for effortless indoor/outdoor entertaining. The first floor also features a guest suite with full bath and private entry.

"The contemporary grandeur we've created in Alora is truly unlike any neighborhood William Lyon Homes has built before and our luxury homebuyers recognize that," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "Our select ocean-view, Residence Three homes are designed with such incredible customizations, people are captivated the moment they walk in. Interested buyers are encouraged to visit the Sales Gallery today for more details."

William Lyon Homes collaborated with notable architect Michael Woodley from Woodley Architectural Group to design richly detailed, expansive residences for those who want the very best. Only a special few will be fortunate to make Alora their own -- and even fewer will have the added distinction of owning one of the neighborhood's coveted ocean-view residences.

With exceptional architecture, distinguished floorplans and one of the most desirable locations, Alora is suited for the most discretionary tastes. Two-story floorplans range from approximately 3,949 to 4,503 square feet, with up to 6 bedrooms and up to 6.5 baths. Desirable first-level bedroom suites offer ideal accommodations for older children and guests. Spectacular indoor/outdoor living areas enhance the Talega lifestyle, with outdoor rooms with optional kitchens. Unique garage configurations include 2-car garages + 1-car separate garage to 3-car tandem garages + a 1-car separate garage. Prices start from the low $1 Millions.

Additional luxury features include butler's pantries, wine storage, studies, expanded great rooms, guest suites and balconies in select plans. Individual residences also provide customizable room options for homeowners who desire the flexibility of altering key living spaces in the future.

Talega of San Clemente is conveniently located three miles from the Pacific Ocean, offering a variety of parks and recreational amenities, including 2,000 acres of open space and trails and the Talega Golf Club with its 18-hole, Fred Couples "Signature" championship golf course and Signature Grille. Privileges exclusive to Talega residents include the Talega Swim and Athletic Club, with clubhouse, multi-purpose sport court, sand volleyball courts, junior Olympic pool, resort pool and Splash and Play area. The community is within the Capistrano Unified School District that has two elementary schools and one middle school in Talega. Residents also have easy access to shopping and dining at the Talega Village Center.

Talega is governed by a Home Owners Association supported by owner assessments to fund common area and facility maintenance. The Talega Maintenance Corporation (TMC) provides a vehicle for maintaining community recreation and common areas. Membership is automatic. Talega Lifestyle Corporations (TLC) created as a nonprofit corporation (501c4) is funded by a combination of sources, including community enhancement fees on residential sales, resales and nondeductible contributions, user fees, corporate alliances and partnerships, event fund raising and endowments. TLC is run by a Board of Directors appointed by its sole member, Talega Associates, LLC.

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.

The Resmark Companies is William Lyon Homes' partner in developing Alora. Founded in 1995, Resmark is a leading national private equity firm focused on real estate and powered by core foundational discipline and focus. A fully integrated real estate investment group, The Resmark Companies' divisions -- Resmark Land and Housing, Resmark Apartment Living and Resmark Shopping Centers -- finance, acquire, develop and manage real estate in California and the Western United States and other select major metropolitan markets nationwide.

To reach Alora's Model Homes and Sales Gallery, travel south on I-5, exit Avenida Vista Hermosa and turn left. Turn left on Avenida Talega, left on Camino Viento Fuerte East and left again on Via Paulina to the models. The Model Homes and Sales Gallery are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, please call 949-388-1546 or visit www.LyonAlora.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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