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Brand New Attached Homes Coming Soon to Mountain View - Interest List Now Forming

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- William Lyon Homes announces plans for the development of Guild Thirty-Three, a beautiful collection of brand new attached homes in a preferred Mountain View location. Guild Thirty-Three will present a limited offering of just 33 residences close to the dynamic Google campus. The neighborhood's convenient location just minutes from the 101 Freeway will offer homebuyers who commute easy accessibility to a host of major employers, while its inclusion within Mountain View's desirable school districts adds an important advantage to buyers with children. The Interest List is now forming for this exciting Mountain View homeownership opportunity and prospective buyers are urged to register at www.LyonGuild33.com to stay informed on important updates and events.

"Guild Thirty-Three is the perfect answer for those who have been searching for a work-life balance and value easy commutes and an uncomplicated lifestyle," said Kathy Floyd, Director of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "The intimacy of the neighborhood and sophisticated detail going into the design of each floorplan will surpass these buyers' expectations. With limited homes available, it's crucial to join the Interest List right away."

The Guild Thirty-Three's architectural styles will showcase a contemporary twist and a palette of rich earth tones with two 3-story new-home designs. The well-planned interiors will range from approximately 1,151 to 1,972 square feet, with up to 4 bedrooms, up to 3.5 baths and convenient 2-car attached garages. The surrounding grounds will be designed to cultivate an established ambiance with mature heritage Eucalyptus and Redwood trees dotting the dramatic landscape, while a private open park will be set in the heart of the community to further enhance the residential appeal. Prices are anticipated to start from the low $1 Millions.

With its desirable Mountain View location, Guild Thirty-Three will be a mere five-minute drive to Google Headquarters and is also convenient to the San Jose International Airport and Downtown Mountain View's Cal Train Station -- appealing advantages to frequent travelers.

The community is an easy drive to popular attractions like Downtown Mountain View's Castro Street with its variety of dining establishments and menagerie of retail destinations. Castro Street is also the setting of the Art & Wine Festival, one of the largest festivals of its kind in the nation. Additional retail options near to Guild Thirty-Three include the outdoor San Antonia Shopping Center, the Charleston Plaza, Costco and neighboring San Jose's Santana Row, an upscale dining, shopping and entertainment complex.

With Mountain View's nature-rich setting, a number of recreational opportunities are also nearby, with numerous area parks, including the popular Shoreline Park, which features a 50-acre artificial lake with an Aquatic Center and café; the Rengstoff Park and Pool; the Shoreline Amphitheater; Shoreline Links and close proximity to the new Levi's® Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers. The 18-hole Golf Club at Moffett Field is another popular golf destination. Other city attractions include the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts and Mountain View Library.

Guild Thirty-Three families will have access to the area's well-rated schools, including Monta Loma Elementary School, Crittenden Middle School and Los Altos High School.

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 Guild Thirty-Three in Mountain View, visit www.LyonGuild33.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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