MURRIETA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/21/13 -- Delivering brand-new resort-style amenities, an array of home choices and a warm community feel, Spencer's Crossing by Brookfield Residential has evolved into the number-one place to live in Murrieta. This 600-acre master-planned community is experiencing great sales success and incredible excitement felt by residents who are enjoying the newly opened private recreation center and community sports park. As Spencer's Crossing continues to meet the needs of families who want an incredible new home value close to upscale recreation, it's no wonder that this community is the talk of the town!
The centerpiece of Spencer's Crossing is the brand new private recreation center that invites family fun and inspires lifelong memories. Amenities include swimming pool, children's wading pool, spa, barbecue area, playgrounds and shade structures. The community's highly amenitized 11.5-acre sports park with lighted soccer and baseball fields, basketball courts, tot lots, and concession stands, allows local sports teams the opportunity to play close to home, even after the sun goes down.
"When people discover Spencer's Crossing, they are thrilled to find that everything they dreamed of in a new home community is right here in one spectacular location," said Carina Hathaway, Vice President of Marketing for Brookfield Residential Properties, the developer of Spencer's Crossing. "This community truly has evolved into a wonderful place to live, which is evidenced by the happy homebuyers, strong sales, and builders who can't wait to offer their homes here at Spencer's Crossing."
New home neighborhoods now selling at Spencer's Crossing include Altura by Woodside Homes, offering three airy single-story floorplans that range from in 2,214 to 2,535 square feet, with three to four bedrooms, island kitchens and great rooms. Iris by D.R. Horton presents four spacious one- and two-story homes that range from 2,351 to 3,114 square feet, with three to five bedrooms and a host of customizing options. This summer, Spencer's Crossing will welcome more beautiful home choices at Richmond American Homes' new Willow neighborhood.
Spencer's Crossing offers a desired balance of modern amenities today's families are looking for, coupled with the rural charm that makes this area so unique. Four miles of community paseos and regional trails give residents the opportunity to stroll hand in hand, take scenic walks, or get in a run. Nearby shopping, numerous golf courses, a variety of restaurants from casual eateries to fine dining, as well as the popular vineyards and entertainment potential of Temecula are all within easy access of Spencer's Crossing.
The acclaimed schools of the Murrieta Valley Unified School District, one of the highest performing districts in Riverside County, serve Spencer's Crossing's school children with high test scores, highly qualified teachers and a dedicated staff.
A leading North American land developer and home builder, Brookfield Residential operates in 10 markets with two operating divisions. Brookfield Communities entitles and develops land for the communities we develop, and also sells lots to third-party builders. Brookfield Homes designs, builds and markets our single and multi-family residences. Brookfield Residential is listed on the NYSE and TSX under the symbol BRP. For more information, visit www.brookfieldrp.com.
To visit Spencer's Crossing from Temecula take the I-15 north, exit Murrieta Hot Springs Road and head east past the 215 Freeway. Turn left on Winchester Road (Highway 79), left again on Max Gillis, right on Leon Road and follow the signs to the individual neighborhoods. From Riverside take I-15 south, exit Bundy Canyon and head east past the 215 Freeway. Turn right on Leon Road and follow the signs to the individual neighborhoods.
For more information, visit www.SpencersCrossing.com.
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