The pricing on Las Vegas new homes has been drastically reduced over the past few years (along with the rest of the inventory in the Las Vegas real estate market), and it is amazing how affordable some of the luxury new home developments have become. Dunhill Homes has two gorgeous neighborhoods in lush guard gated golf course communities, Tuscany Village and Rhodes Ranch, which are offering some surprising values.
Rhodes Ranch is located in the popular southwest area of Las Vegas near Summerlin. One and two story floor plans in this community range from 1532 sf to over 3600 sf, and are priced from $185k to $329k. The Rhodes Ranch community offers residents a 35,000 square foot recreation center with fitness facility and resort style pools, a Fun Zone Water Park for the kids, an award-winning golf course, and miles of walking trails. The Rhodes Ranch Golf Club, a par 72 championship course named a “Best Value” by Vegas Golfer Magazine, was designed by renowned architect Ted Robinson. Standard features include: Energy Star Certification, granite slab countertops, rich beechwood cabinetry, Whirlpool appliance package, front yard landscaping and paver walks and driveway.
Tuscany Village is located in the southeast area of the Las Vegas Valley, adjacent to the world-renowned Lake Las Vegas master planned community. One and two story floor plans in this community range from 1364 sf to over 2600 sf, and are priced from $130k to $260k. Residents can play the Tuscany Championship Golf Course, work out at the 35,000 sf recreation center with fitness center and resort style pools, or walk for miles among open trails, crystal clear lakes and palm trees. Standard features at Tuscany Village include: Energy Star Certification, granite slab countertops, rich beechwood cabinetry, Whirlpool appliance package, front yard landscaping and paver walks and driveway.
Both communities have standing inventory, or you can pick your own lot and floor plan and have a home built exactly the way you want it from the ground up. And in addition to the low pricing, Dunhill is currently offering buyers between $10k to 20k in incentives that can be used towards closing costs or design upgrades.
Email us now at email@example.com to get floor plans and the latest pricing and buyer incentives for either of these two great communities!
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