MEDALLION AT FAIRWAY CANYON MAKES GOLF COURSE LIVING ATTAINABLE
BEAUMONT, CA - Home buyers who value the scenery and the serenity of golf course living will find those advantages uniquely attainable at MBK Homes' Medallion in Beaumont's premier master-planned golf course community of Fairway Canyon, where a new phase of homes has just been released to keep up with strong demand from buyers.
The homes of Medallion reward residents with an uplifting feeling of openness as they look out on the emerald fairways and greens of the PGA of Southern California Golf Club at Oak Valley, and those views are included in prices that begin in the high $300,000s.
"Where else in Southern California can you own a brand-new home in a beautiful country club-style setting for such a reasonable price?" asked Julie Tlilayatzi, Marketing Director at MBK Homes. "Medallion is truly an unbeatable value in golf course living."
Introduced by richly detailed Spanish, Italian and Tuscan architecture, Medallion's four distinctive two-story floorplans range from approximately 2,206 to 2,773 square feet, including three to six bedrooms and two and one-half to three baths plus a two- or three-car tandem garage. Gourmet island kitchens join with spacious great rooms and separate dining rooms to host the full range of household activities, and spacious master suites feature walk-in closets and elegant baths with separate tub and shower.
To tailor their home to their individual needs, buyers may choose from a variety of flexible room options, which vary by plan. Among the possibilities are additional bedrooms, an extra-large family room, a master-suite retreat or a secluded den. In addition, the largest plan is enhanced by a private courtyard for indoor/outdoor living, and most plans offer the convenience of an upstairs laundry room.
The center of community life at Fairway Canyon is the Canyon Club, a state-of-the-art community center and recreation hub that comes complete with its own fitness center, resort- style and competition-style swimming pools, banquet and meeting rooms and more.
Winner of the homebuilding industry's coveted Élan award for Master-Planned Community of the Year, Fairway Canyon is conveniently close to Southern California's popular mountain and desert resorts.
MBK has established a Very Important Buyer (VIB) Registry, an exclusive priority registry for serious buyers. The VIB Registry is designed to ensure a fair and more streamlined sales process. Learning more about the program or becoming a member is an easy process via the company's website at www.mbkhomes.com or by visiting the sales center.
MBK Homes Ltd. combines a lasting tradition of fine homebuilding and real estate development expertise with the financial stability of one of the world's oldest and largest companies, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. MBK's corporate culture blends the honor and pride of Japanese tradition with the passion and ingenuity of American know-how, and each community is the result of extensive research and professional experience, reflecting MBK Homes' unwavering commitment to complete customer satisfaction.
MBK Homes continues to expand its homebuilding activities in some of Southern California's most desirable locations. MBK neighborhoods include: Foxborough and Rivermist in Corona, Tremont at Serrano Heights in Orange, Somervale in Riverside, Ravello in Whittier, Celamonte in Chino Hills and Eton at College Park in Chino. MBK Homes is planning additional communities at: Greenbrier in Yorba Linda, Aragon in Signal Hill and Trieste in Lake Elsinore.
To take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of golf course living in a stylish new Medallion home at Fairway Canyon, take the I-10 freeway, exit at Cherry Valley Boulevard and go west. Turn right on Sanders Street and right again on Anderson Avenue. Medallion will be on the right-hand side. Furnished models are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., except Wednesdays when hours are 2 to 6 p.m. For additional information on Medallion, please call the sales office at 951-922-6735 or visit www.mbkhomes.com.
Posted on August, 16th 2007