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Just Sold 428 Middlestone Avenue Henderson, Nevada 89011

Posted by Ben Jones on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 at 10:34am.

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Retiring to the Las Vegas Valley!

The buyers were very particular about the home they were buying. They absolutely needed parking for their RV, which can be hard to find in a certain price range. They looked at numerous resales and the buyer finally decided to consider a new build. Their agent, Tami Jacobson of the #1 Tonnesen Team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties in Las Vegas, made them aware of a Henderson Lennar community that offered an RV garage with their home, which was exactly what they were looking for!

The model they selected was a single story in the active adult community of Heritage in Henderson, Nevada, part of the master-planned community of Cadence, one of the newest and most exciting new home communities in Henderson. They love the newness of the home, and the husband is thrilled to have his RV there in their own oversized garage so that when they want to go somewhere, they can just get in and go.

Their home has 3 bedrooms and 2½ baths, with an open concept where the large kitchen is adjacent to the living room. They also have a nice bar area located beside a wall of glass to the backyard and a beautiful outdoor seating area with a fireplace for those cooler nights. The home’s design was perfectly suited for them and for when their children come to visit. 

Once they signed with the builder, they needed to return home. Since they lived out of state, Tami offered to stop by their new home weekly and take pictures of the process, ensuring that they were always involved and informed throughout the process. Though the process of buying a new home and then working with the builder for the months it takes to build can be stressful at times, they could relax knowing that if anything needed to be handled, Tami was able to go visit or speak with the builder directly on their behalf.

They closed on their home on December 31, 2018, but Tami continues to stay involved to make sure that everything is being done to her clients’ satisfaction because she understands that, especially with a new build, the job of being their realtor doesn’t end at closing. 

According to Tami, “They were a lovely couple to work with, and I thank them for trusting me to help them with their new home purchase.”

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