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Williams Homes _ Valle Di Oro [1]For Southern Californians seeking a new home that truly reflects their needs and priorities, Williams Homes announces that it is set to unveil its newest collection of detached residences at the grand opening sales event of Valle Di Oro in Santa Clarita. Everyone who attends will discover a modern home collection in a gated setting that will feature a future recreation area. Although, the main attraction this weekend will be tours of the three striking model homes that showcase designs inspired by the things that are most important to today’s buyers. Williams Homes invites all home shoppers to visit and tour the model homes beginning at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 18th.

“Valle Di Oro provides a multitude of homebuyers with a great opportunity to enjoy the unique lifestyle found in the Santa Clarita Valley,” says Daniel Faina, sales and marketing director for Williams Homes. “Attainable home prices and historically low interest rates, combined with well-appointed floorplans that emphasize casual living, make Valle Di Oro very attractive to those looking to own a new home and eager to live in a gated community with nearby schools, shopping, abundant city conveniences and recreation, and within close proximity to surrounding employment centers.”

The model tour will spotlight three distinctive detached floorplans spanning approximately 1,794 to 2,375 square feet, including three to five bedrooms and up to three baths, with prices starting in the high $300,000s. An added financial benefit for Valle Di Oro homeowners is the absence of costly Mello-Roos taxes that are found at many neighboring communities.

Wide-open designs expand the opportunities for shared moments, family time and casual entertaining. Fully equipped kitchens achieve the perfect balance of style and convenience. Master baths evoke a sense of serene opulence, while ample secondary bedrooms meet individual family needs and can also welcome visiting friends and relatives. Select plans feature a first floor bedroom with full bathroom. Optional lofts accommodate everything from a quiet hideaway to a media space to a home office. For outdoor enjoyment and entertaining, private rear yards provide a natural extension of the homes’ spacious interiors.

“As we see it, Valle Di Oro presents a high-quality home that responds to the ever-changing lifestyles, needs and desires of today’s families,” Faina adds. “Everything about Valle Di Oro is designed to surpass buyers’ expectations. Our research in developing this property provided a number of key insights, including homebuyers recognizing that Williams Homes has remained faithful to its long-standing commitment to high quality and customer service. I personally invite home shoppers to visit Valle Di Oro and discover the difference for themselves.”

Valle Di Oro is located near the intersection of Golden Valley Road and Sierra Highway in Santa Clarita. To visit, from the 14 Freeway traveling south, exit Golden Valley Road and turn right, turn right again onto Sierra Highway and community will be on the left. From the 14 Freeway traveling north, exit Golden Valley Road and turn left, turn right onto Sierra Highway. Valle Di Oro’s main entry is located on the left-hand side of Sierra Highway just before Rainbow Glen.

The sales center will be open daily from 10 am to 6 pm beginning May 18th, 2013. For additional information phone 661.284.6103 or visit online at www.williamshomes.com.
Prices effective date of publication, subject to prior sale and availability. Williams Homes, Inc. is a California Broker, License number 01449126.

Under the leadership of Lance Williams, Williams Homes has built a reputation with new homeowners throughout Southern California by providing homes of quality and distinction. During the last decade, Williams Homes has built and delivered hundreds of new homes and earned a respected reputation as a builder of exceptional quality homes and communities. The Williams Homes’ team has established a relationship with its family of homebuyers as a builder who stands behind its product and continues to provide a level of customer service that exceeds expectations.

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