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Sales Gallery Now Open and Presales Underway at William Lyon Homes' Coyote Creek in Milpitas

MILPITAS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/13/12 -- The wait is over for homebuyers eager to take advantage of ground floor opportunities at Coyote Creek, where the Sales Gallery is now open and pre-sales are underway at this vibrant new community by William Lyon Homes. Ideally located in a dynamic Milpitas location adjacent to one of the bustling Cisco Campuses, Coyote Creek is now pre-selling for The Rows and The Courts, brand new neighborhoods that showcase sleek, fresh architecture and 14 attached floorplans. With prices currently starting from the high $400,000s, visit Coyote Creek's Sales Gallery to preview the different floorplans, meet with the sales counselors and purchase a new home before the model grand opening. For more information, log onto LyonCoyoteCreek.com and also Like Coyote Creek on Facebook.

"With the models currently slated to grand open early 2013, now is a very favorable time to get a first look at the Sales Gallery and meet with Coyote Creek's experienced sales team who can answer questions, provide more information on the townhomes and flats for sale at The Rows and The Courts and most significantly, find the floorplan best suited for one's personal needs and benefit from Phase One pricing," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "There has been a terrific response to the opening of the Sales Gallery and the beginning of pre-sales, and consumers who have been waiting for early phase offerings should stop by Coyote Creek soon to purchase their ideal floorplan in a brand new South Bay community that has been designed to embrace recreational, healthy living."

The Rows and The Courts at Coyote Creek offer modern homes in a convenient location near the high-tech pulse of the Silicon Valley. One, two and three-level attached designs feature bright, fresh interiors that showcase well-equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and contemporary style cabinetry. The bathrooms have white matte countertops paired with contemporary chrome plumbing fixtures. Consumers also have the peace of mind and confidence of all new construction backed by a solid builder warranty.

The Rows at Coyote Creek presents seven townhome designs that range from approximately 1,198 to 1,788 square feet, with up to three bedrooms plus a den and up to 3.5 bathrooms.

The Courts at Coyote Creek offers a choice of seven, motor court flat and townhome designs, including one single-level home. Floorplans range from approximately 1,218 to 1,972 square feet of space, with up to four bedrooms plus a den and up to 3.5 bathrooms.

Vibrant living that nurtures a strong mind, body and soul will be a touchstone for residents of Coyote Creek, where they can access a spectacular range of amenities for health and wellness. The community's resort clubhouse will offer a private facility that includes a swimming pool, fitness room, club room with plasma screen television, outdoor barbecue and outdoor covered living room, plus a fire-pit lounge area. The fully equipped kitchen will offer residents a great setting for special events that can also be transformed into a studio for yoga classes and other fun activities. The clubhouse will also have public restrooms with a shower. Animal lovers will even have access to the pet spa, where the family dog can get washed and pampered. The community will be walking distance to Cerano Park's half basketball court and tennis court, where neighbors can participate in a friendly pick-up game or doubles match.

Environmentally minded homebuyers will appreciate the community's commuter-friendly location and access to light rail transportation that offers an easy, smart alternative to driving. Milpitas Park and Ride station is close-by, where commuters can relax and let the light rail take them to major Silicon Valley employers in San Jose, Mountain View and Sunnyvale. There is even a stop at the Great Mall® for a weekend afternoon of shopping. Close proximity to I-680, I-880 and Highway 237 is another benefit for homeowners who travel for business to the Bay Area and downtown San Jose. Close to home, residents who love the great outdoors can unwind with hikes or mountain bike rides along the adjacent Coyote Creek Trail.

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.

The Resmark Companies is William Lyon Homes' partner in developing Coyote Creek. 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 visit the Coyote Creek Sales Gallery from San Jose via 880, exit E. Tasman Drive and proceed west. Turn right on McCarthy Blvd., left on Technology Drive, left again Murphy Ranch Road, then right on Coyote Creek Way and follow the signs. The Sales Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, please call 408-432-6021 or visit LyonCoyoteCreek.com.

Prices are effective as of the date of publication. Pricing is approximate and is subject to change without prior notice. DRE Officer License: 00982816.

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