From the elevated ridges along the base of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area to the cascading slopes of the Spring Mountains, Summerlin, the Las Vegas valley’s premier master-planned community, is currently selling homes priced from the high $200,000s to $2.5 million. More than 60 floor plans with thousands of design options are offered by nine builders to accommodate a variety of lifestyles. These include single-family homes in single- and two-story floor plans, townhomes, semi-custom designs and custom home sites.
Finding out about Summerlin’s newest neighborhoods and amenities is as easy as sending a text message. On your smart phone or tablet, the free Summerlin new home finding app features an easy to use search tool that provides detailed floor plans, prices, photos, videos and maps. A direct connect feature easily links you to on-site builder sales reps. Summerlin.com provides a more detailed look at the community and offers the same easy to use search tool in addition to downloadable maps and brochures.
Realtors who already sell or want to cut their teeth in the Summerlin new homes market can attend a free orientation seminar held quarterly at TPC Summerlin. The Summerlin Realtor Orientation Class provides valuable information about the community pertinent to prospective Summerlin residents. Attend the next session on Thursday, June 4, and get the scoop on future developments in Downtown Summerlin, age qualified neighborhoods and more! Just register today by clicking on the “Realtor” tab at Summerlin.com.
So what’s selling in Summerlin now?
In the south, just across the street from Bishop Gorman High School in The Mesa village are three new neighborhoods. Cielo by Woodside Homes features ten single-level and two-story floor plans in three distinct styles that range from approximately 2,100 to 3,478 square feet. Elegant design elements include lofts accenting high-volume ceilings, unique outdoor living spaces and great views. Monte Bello, by Richmond American Homes features nine floor plans as large as 4,200 square feet with up to six bedrooms and three-bay garages. One section of the neighborhood features only single-level homes. Summerlin’s only currently selling townhome community is Vista Dulce by Toll Brothers. The gated, upscale neighborhood offers three, two-story luxury designs ranging from 1,580 to 1,889 square feet. These homes include full driveways, private backyards and a neighborhood pool and state-of-the-art fitness center. Homes in The Mesa village start from the high $200,000s to the low $500,000s, and models are open.
North of Charleston Boulevard is The Paseos village, showcasing nine neighborhoods by six builders. These single-level and two-story homes offer a variety of features, including up to seven bedrooms, roof-top decks and unique courtyard and backyard lounge and play spaces. Catalina by Lennar has fewer than a dozen homes remaining in just three of the five original floor plans. The largest floor plan at 3,285 square feet offers four bedrooms, four baths and a large loggia. Neighboring Esperanza, also by Lennar is also nearing sellout. Its four floor plans range from 3,242 to 3,864 square feet and offer unique options including one split-level home with a private guest suite. The very popular Santaluz neighborhood by Toll Brothers has just two homes left. These upscale single-story homes are available for quick move-in and are priced to sell. Nearby Montecito, also by Toll, offers three single-level floor plans up to 2,974 square feet with 10-foot high ceilings and three or four bedrooms. Belmonte by Woodside Homes offers three, two-story floor plans ranging from 3,202 to 3,934 square feet and includes standout features like foyers, 20-foot ceiling heights and multi-generational suites. Segovia by Pulte Homes offers three floor plans ranging from 2,776 to 3,364 square feet with cozy design elements including dual-side and rear loggias, a den and owners’ retreat within the master suite. Tevare by KB Home has five floor plans including one single-level home design. At up to 2,625 square feet, these homes offer built-to-order options for home customization. Capistrano by Ryland Homes offers four floor plans ranging from 2,557 to 3,000 square feet with standout options including rooftop decks and a pool in the front courtyard. The newest neighborhood in The Paseos, Altura by Toll Brothers, offers four stunning floor plans ranging from 3,844 to 4,237 square feet and features a first floor bedroom with full bath. Homes in The Paseos start from the low $300,000s to the mid $600,000s.
In addition to magnificent custom homesites, The Ridges features two upscale neighborhoods: Sterling Ridge by William Lyon Homes and Boulder Ridge by Christopher Homes. These upscale homes offer customizable floor plan options and a variety of luxurious upgrades. Sterling Ridge’s six floor plans start in the high $800,000s. Boulder Ridge’s four floor plans start just under $2 million. The Azure custom home neighborhood offers lots from one-quarter to three-quarters of an acre, priced from the low $300,000s to $1 million-plus.
Coming soon to Summerlin’s newest and southernmost village, The Cliffs, is Regency by Toll Brothers, the first age qualified neighborhood in Summerlin in 15 years!
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