HAWTHORNE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/12/13 -- This summer is the perfect time to discover the best-selling new home community in the South Bay at William Lyon Homes' gated ThreeSixty. With at William Lyon Homes' gated community of ThreeSixty at South Bay. Featuring a fantastic selection of brand new neighborhoods and floorplans to accommodate a diversity of lifestyles, including The Townes, which recently hosted a very successful grand opening, ThreeSixty continues to captivate homebuyers with its new home opportunities, terrific location and resort-style recreation. Visit the South Bay's best-selling community now and tour the beautiful model homes for The Townes, The Flats, The Row and The Lofts. For more details, homebuyers are encouraged to log on to www.360southbay.com and Like ThreeSixty on Facebook.
"One of the most exciting elements surrounding ThreeSixty is its incredible choice of new neighborhoods, especially for buyers who prefer the convenience of attached architecture and who desire an easily accessible location near work and the beach," said Lesley Pennington, Vice President of Sales for William Lyon Homes. "The community's diverse selection now includes The Townes, which offers the first floorplans of its kind in the nation and presents a groundbreaking collection of townhomes inspired by classic modern architecture and LA's most iconic landmarks."
The award-winning ThreeSixty has over 250 satisfied homeowners, a result that underscores the incredible appeal and value of The Townes, The Flats, The Row and The Lofts neighborhoods.
Five attached designs at The Townes range from approximately 1,579 to 2,106 square feet, with two bedrooms plus a den and up to four bedrooms plus den or loft, and two- and one-half to four bathrooms. Floorplans include expansive, panoramic windows, spacious bedrooms, kitchens with islands, two-car bypass garages and two-car garages with additional storage, plus large decks. Prices are from the low $600,000s to the low $700,000s.
The Flats at ThreeSixty offers single-level floorplans that range from approximately 957 to 1,662 square feet, with up to two bedrooms plus a retreat, up to two bathrooms and one- and two-car garages. Prices are from the low $400,000s.
The Row offers a trio of three-level townhomes that range from approximately 1,549 to 2,152 square feet, with two to three bedrooms, two- and one-half to three bathrooms and two-car tandem garages and two-car garages. Prices are from the low $500,000s.
The Lofts is a very limited opportunity now selling at ThreeSixty, with July and August move-in dates. Six attached designs range from approximately 1,135 to 1,810 square feet, with one to two bedrooms, one- and one-half to two- and one-half bathrooms and one-car or two-car tandem garages. Prices are from the high $400,000s to the high $600,000s.
The Terraces at ThreeSixty will debut in the fall, a rare collection of single-family homes that evoke the classic modern architecture of LA's most nostalgic neighborhoods. Five floorplan designs will range from approximately 1,695 to 2,506 square feet, with three to four bedrooms, two- and one-half to three- and one-half bathrooms and two-car attached, direct access garages. Prices are anticipated to start from the mid $700,000s.
Exclusive recreational amenities that define the community's social, energetic atmosphere revolve around The Center, which includes a resort-style swimming pool, four-lane lap pool, spa and cabanas enveloped by swaying palm trees, as well as basketball, paddle tennis and bocce ball courts. There is also a billiards lounge and bar, wine room, outdoor entertainment area with barbeques and fireplace, state-of-the-art gym, a multi-purpose room, neighborhood park and tot lot.
ThreeSixty is located within the Westside area of the I-405 off El Segundo Boulevard in the city of Hawthorne. This prime LA address is near Manhattan Beach Pier, Hermosa Beach and Marina del Rey; retail destinations include Manhattan Village and The Grove. ThreeSixty is within walking distance of the Metro Green Line and near LAX.
Broker will receive a 2% broker referral fee per closing at ThreeSixty. Broker must bring client on first visit to register for broker referral fee. Buyers cannot be registered online prior to first visit. Broker referral fee to be paid at the close of escrow.
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. Learn more by visiting www.lyonhomes.com for updated information on William Lyon Homes' new neighborhoods.
At the recent 2013 Eliant Homebuyers' Choice Awards, William Lyon Homes was honored with 20 awards, more than any other builder at this event, in a diversity of top categories ranging from overall construction quality to an impressive selection of designs and amenities. Eliant is a leading provider of consumer research who surveyed more than 76,500 homeowners regarding their experiences with 148 major homebuilders across the U.S. and Canada.
To visit ThreeSixty at South Bay when traveling southbound on the I-405 from the north, exit at El Segundo Blvd., turn left on La Cienega, right at El Segundo Blvd. and left at Isis into the community. Traveling northbound on the I-405 from the south, exit at El Segundo Blvd., turn left on El Segundo and left again at Isis. ThreeSixty at South Bay is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 310-727-0762.
Prices are effective as of the date of publication. All homes are subject to prior sale. Prices and availability of homes are subject to change without notice. BRE Officer License: 00982816.
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