JURUPA VALLEY, CA (October 31, 2017) — The highly anticipated Model Grand Opening for William Lyon Homes’ The Cameos at TurnLeaf is happening Saturday, November 18th, offering homebuyers a first look at this exciting new Jurupa Valley address. Doors open at 10 am, when visitors can enjoy light refreshments and tour five beautifully appointed model homes that reflect the style and luxury of this stunning, new single-family detached collection. The one and two-story home designs showcase expansive floorplans with up to six bedrooms, including convenient first-floor bedrooms or a private guest suite in select plans; gourmet kitchens with islands that lead to large great rooms and open dining areas; luxurious master bedrooms with walk-in closets; second-story bonus rooms or lofts; and two- to three-car garages. Homebuyers can also personalize their home with sought-after options, such as spacious outdoor rooms that seamlessly extend living spaces outside.

The appeal of homeownership is heightened even more by The Cameo’s great setting, where Esplanade Park is just steps away and the future K–8 Del Sol Academy, opening in fall 2018, will be conveniently nearby.

To explore the countless reasons to buy at The Cameos at TurnLeaf, tour the models at the November 18th Grand Opening, or visit www.LyonTheCameos.com for details.

“We are thrilled to introduce homebuyers to The Cameos on November 18th — it’s going to be one event you don’t want to miss,” said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. “This collection is brimming with exquisite features and all of the amenities today’s buyers want the most. Join us at the Model Grand Opening and experience it all for yourself.”

The Cameos at TurnLeaf offers spacious single-family homes with contemporary architectural styles. Interiors range from approximately 2,484 to 3,806 square feet with four to six bedrooms, up to four and one-half baths and two- to three-car garages. Prices start from the low $500,000s. 

The neighborhood’s central Inland Empire location is near to the I-15, 91 and 60 freeways, providing an easy commute to Orange, West Riverside and South San Bernardino counties, while shopping, activities and more can be found at Eastvale Gateway, Jurupa Valley Spectrum mall and Ontario Mills.

To visit The Cameos at TurnLeaf from I-15 North, take exit for Limonite Avenue, and proceed east. Turn left on Wineville Avenue, right on Bellegrave Avenue, left on Firebush Street, left on Forsythia Street and left again on Crocus Court. From I-15 South, take exit for Limonite Avenue, and proceed east. Turn left on Wineville Avenue, right on Bellegrave Avenue, left on Firebush Street, left on Forsythia Street and left again on Crocus Court.

The Sales Gallery is located at 4999 Crocus Court, Jurupa Valley, CA and will be open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. For more information, call (951) 332-6859 or visit www.LyonTheCameos.com

It matters who your builder is and William Lyon Homes is a company built upon a legacy of pride and integrity. A team of visionaries who are passionate about homebuilding and committed to providing a high quality homebuying and homeownership experience, William Lyon Homes has earned a solid track record for outstanding construction and customer service since 1956. The company expands its well-respected brand beyond California, Arizona, Nevada and Colorado into other market areas across the Western region with Polygon Northwest Homes, its division in Washington and Oregon. William Lyon Homes' shares are publicly traded on NYSE under the symbol WLH. For updated information and to learn more, visit www.lyonhomes.com

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