IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 09/21/12 -- William Lyon Homes' The Branches is coming soon and will represent the first new home neighborhood in the established community of the Village of Woodbridge for more than 15 years. Family-oriented buyers who are focused on a brand new Irvine home in a complete master-planned community and a top education for their children will be delighted to learn that from the first day of kindergarten until high school graduation, the Irvine Unified School District will provide a great education every step of the way for residents of The Branches. For more information on this limited opportunity of 48 single-family detached homes that will offer the rare and exceptional financial advantage of no Mello Roos fees or CFD and low HOA dues, join the interest list to get on the inside track for special preview events and early pricing information by visiting www.lyonthebranches.com; buyers can also Like The Branches on Facebook.
"As residents of the Village of Woodbridge, the youngest family members at The Branches will have the privilege of attending some of the best public schools in all of California and the country. We agree that children should have the best of everything, particularly a fantastic education and homebuyers who are interested in The Branches should take into consideration that their children will attend Eastshore Elementary School, Lakeside Middle School and Woodbridge High School," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "The value of a superior education at every age is priceless and this high-performing district has the academics, arts, and athletics parents want and every child deserves. The neighborhood's access to these acclaimed public schools will offer a significant advantage for buyers and we anticipate a very enthusiastic response from young and growing families in the months ahead."
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