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Interest List Now Forming For William Lyon Homes' New La Colina Estates Neighborhood

GLENDORA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/07/14 -- The Interest List is now forming for William Lyon Homes' newest luxury home neighborhood: La Colina Estates, an extraordinary collection set in a tranquil hilltop setting of Glendora. Homebuyers seeking spacious one- and two-story floorplans, estate-sized homesites with minimum lots averaging 20,000 square feet and a family-friendly setting with access to highly regarded schools are strongly encouraged to join the La Colina Estates Interest List at www.LyonLaColinaEstates.com. Prospective homebuyers who register their interest will be among the first to be informed about special preview and pre-sale opportunities prior to models opening spring 2015.

Framed by the stunning San Bernardino Mountain range, this brand new Glendora neighborhood will be unlike any other new home opportunity in the local area. Offering the latest in floorplan designs, La Colina Estates will feature an array of single-family detached residences in both one- and two-story configurations that feel grand and flow seamlessly from interior to private exterior living areas. Seven spacious floorplans will range from approximately 3,947 to 6,081 square feet, with up to 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, 4-car garages and sprawling homesites that offer dramatic indoor and outdoor private living spaces. With desirable Glendora schools in the district, plus no mello roos and excellent proximity to both the I-210 and future Gold Line commuter train, La Colina Estates is poised to be the ideal home opportunity for professionals with growing families.

"This new neighborhood will incorporate every angle of a luxurious, yet family-friendly lifestyle," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "From the gorgeous Spanish-style architecture and estate-sized homesites to the commuter friendly setting and excellent schools, La Colina Estates will surpass the aspirations of the most discerning homebuyers."

Centrally located, La Colina Estates will ease daily commutes and increase quality family time at home. Residents will also enjoy a desirable setting near the private Glendora Country Club, which encompasses a 113-acre golf course, a 25-yard swimming pool and numerous indoor and outdoor social venues.

The neighborhood is conveniently close to Eastland Shopping Center and Plaza West Covina, offering homeowners convenient access to a variety of restaurants and stores. Other nearby amenities include the Sandburg Middle School Park and South Hills Park, and Foothill Presbyterian Hospital and East Valley Hospital Medical Center. Parents of La Colina Estates will greatly value inclusion to the highly rated Glendora Unified School District, which features elementary, middle and high schools all within close proximity to the neighborhood.

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' neighborhoods.

For more information on La Colina Estates in Glendora, visit www.LyonLaColinaEstates.com

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