William Lyon Homes' Triple Crown Saddle Club Playhouse Now on Display at Irvine Spectrum Center® Continuing to make a difference in the communities where they build, William Lyon Homes Southern California is proud to donate this one-of-a-kind playhouse that was created on the core values of a noble Equestrian - honorable, skillful, and courageous.

Triple Crown Saddle Club Playhouse

We are extremely grateful to our contributors who generously donated their time and experience to help build our Triple Crown Saddle Club playhouse

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 7, 2010

For every horse enthusiast in Orange County, don't miss the opportunity to tour William Lyon Homes' custom equestrian theme Triple Crown Saddle Club playhouse that is now on public display through September 5 at the Irvine Spectrum Center®. As part of HomeAid Orange County's 19th Annual Project Playhouse® fundraiser, William Lyon Homes' Triple Crown Saddle Club was designed on the tradition and spirit of English-style horsemanship that will bring out the inner horse lover in everyone.

Continuing to make a difference in the communities where they build, William Lyon Homes Southern California is proud to donate this one-of-a-kind playhouse that was created on the core values of a noble Equestrian - honorable, skillful, and courageous.

Designed as a child-size equestrian stable, Triple Crown Saddle Club is one of seven intricate playhouses included in this year's Project Playhouse event. Honoring the charm of a rural English countryside stable, the exterior details of this rustic style playhouse are exquisite and required extra time and effort from the framing company and all involved. Enhanced with Dutch doors, batt and board siding, a large wrap around front porch and metal standing seam roofing, this playhouse will be a wonderful enhancement to anyone's garden. The professionally decorated and fully furnished interior features stained wood beam ceilings, bead board trim, distressed hardwood floors, custom crafted cabinetry and a usable sink and counter top. Table and chairs, loft area and electric fireplace offers the comforts of home, while a flat screen TV, DVD, IPod hook up and indoor/outdoor speaker system will keep even the busiest caretakers entertained.

"We are extremely grateful to our contributors who generously donated their time and experience to help build our Triple Crown Saddle Club playhouse," said Tara Morenc, Director of Purchasing for William Lyon Homes. It is also very exciting to help support and be a part of HomeAid's efforts to provide shelter for the homeless in our community. William Lyon Homes and our trade partners invite families to tour our Triple Crown Saddle Club playhouse and participate in the upcoming live auction for the opportunity to buy a playhouse that will help build a house for someone else."

Fantasy Village Tours of the seven playhouses on display will be held Fridays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. through September 5, for a $5 donation, per person.

Opportunity drawing tickets are only $2 for a chance to win a pre-selected playhouse by HomeAid. Six of the playhouses will be awarded to the highest bidder at the live public auction on September 10, which will be held for the first time at a private residence in gated Crystal Cove. Tickets are available at Irvine Spectrum Center Guest Services and at HomeAid Orange County's Irvine office. For more details and auction bidder information, please visit www.ProjectPlayhouse.org.

Project Playhouse debuted in 1992 and has become HomeAid Orange County's signature fundraiser. For 18 years, dedicated homebuilders, trades, architects and designers have donated their talents and resources to create these whimsical playhouses. The unique event has raised more than $5 million to help the more than 20 year old non-profit organization build or renovate 47 housing developments for homeless men, women and children.

HomeAid Orange County is the founding chapter of a national non-profit organization with the mission to build and maintain dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. Founded in 1989 by the Orange County Chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California, HomeAid acts as the housing developer and liaison between service providers, community volunteers, builders and specialty contractors. To date the organization has completed 47 housing developments that serve victims of domestic violence, pregnant homeless women, abused and abandoned children, homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS and homeless families. www.homeaidoc.org.

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 homes throughout the West since 1954.

For more information on William Lyon Homes, visit www.Lyonhomes.com.

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