DUBLIN, Calif., April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard Pacific Homes, one of the nation's leaders in homebuilding quality, today announced plans to expand its presence in the Dublin market with the debut of Chateau at Fallon Crossing. Nestled among scenic rolling hills, the new community showcases Standard Pacific Homes' all-new architectural concepts through a collection of three chateau-style home designs that meld old-world charm with modern elegance. A Grand Opening celebration is planned for Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22. Doors open at 10 a.m. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120419/LA90579) "Chateau at Fallon Crossing evokes the serenity of the French countryside," said Tom Burrill, Bay Area President for Standard Pacific Homes. "The natural surroundings blended with our new home designs create a truly unique community that we're delighted to bring to the Dublin market." Standard Pacific Homes' thoughtful new home designs feature large-scale open spaces, including gourmet kitchens that flow into expansive Great Rooms. Strategic window placement fills the homes with natural light and meticulous design details such as landing areas near the entry allow for enhanced home organization. Plus, the homes offer an outdoor covered patio area that extends livable square footage and provides the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful California weather. Priced from the $700,000s, the homes within Chateau at Fallon Crossing range in size from 2,501 to 3,081 square feet of elegant living space. These homes feature up to six bedrooms and three bathrooms. Home shoppers will be greeted with a choice of three floor plans and a menu of options for flexible living spaces to customize their home to fit their lifestyle. Residents will enjoy close proximity to Tassajara Creek Regional Park and activities such as golf, biking and hiking trails and premier shopping and dining. As an ENERGY STAR® partner, Standard Pacific Homes has included energy-saving features at Chateau at Fallon Crossing such as efficient insulation, low emissivity (low-e) windows, and water-conserving plumbing fixtures. Homebuyers can make their homes even more energy efficient with optional solar energy systems.