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The Grand Monarch Presents Resort-Style Living for a Privileged Few

DANA POINT, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/28/14 -- The Grand Monarch, William Lyon Signature Homes' spectacular collection, is taking the notion of coastal luxury and privileges to an entirely new level by providing access to the area's most sought-after amenities. Set adjacent to the St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point, The Grand Monarch's resort lifestyle will include privileges at The Monarch Bay Club at the St. Regis Monarch Beach, which features private beach access with chair, towel and umbrella service; preferred pricing on food and non-alcoholic beverages; fire pit set-up service and equipment rentals; volleyball areas and other seaside recreation. A surf butler is also available for surfing lessons and summertime lunch is served on the Ocean lawn. In addition to these world-class recreational amenities and services, this limited collection of 37 gated resort-style residences affords unmatched coastal living opportunities, including select locations with ocean and golf course views. Like its potential homebuyers, The Grand Monarch's premier lifestyle has indeed arrived; one only a rare few will have the pleasure to call home. For those seeking this unparalleled way of life, we highly recommend joining the Interest Registry at www.LyonTheGrandMonarch.com.

The allure of this Signature enclave is revealed the moment homebuyers pass through the gated entry and set their eyes on the exquisite, intimate collection of stunningly beautiful triplex and duplex designs. The Grand Monarch architecture features an Italianate exterior style with a more contemporary flair. All of the Residences 1 and 2 will include full landscape and hardscape private exterior spaces that complement specific lot locations.

"Those who call The Grand Monarch home will lead a genuinely remarkable lifestyle," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "Not only will they enjoy the luxury of resort-style living, but they'll have exclusive access to world-class amenities at the internationally-renowned Monarch Bay Club at the St. Regis Monarch Beach. Owning at this coveted enclave is an opportunity of a lifetime -- and we advise interested buyers to join the Interest Registry immediately to be the first to know of special previews and presale events."

Overlooking the blue Pacific waters of Southern California, the St. Regis Monarch Beach -- a Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond Resort -- beckons guests to indulge in luxury accommodations and personalized service at its Tuscan-inspired retreat. This quintessential Southern California beach resort offers guests 400 elegantly appointed and spacious guest rooms and suites, a private beach club with "Surf Butlers," six ocean view restaurants including Michael Mina's, Forbes Four-Star rated Stonehill Tavern, Spa Gaucin which is listed as one of the "Top 25 Hotel Spas in the World" by Travel & Leisure Magazine, and the Monarch Beach Golf Links, an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed golf course. The resort is located just 22 miles from the Orange County Airport and 65 miles to both LAX and San Diego Airports.

When only the best will do, there is William Lyon Signature Home communities. From our unrivaled architectural designs to some of the most coveted locations in the nation to our uncompromising customer service, you can be assured your William Lyon Signature Home will elevate the home buying and home owning experience. Superior innovation and distinction re-set the standard of excellence, reflecting our principles for stellar quality and service. William Lyon Signature Home invites you to experience the difference of a collection exclusively designed for the most discretionary tastes. Learn more about William Lyon Signature Home's new offerings by visiting www.LyonHomes.com/signature-homes.

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