Lamplight Gardens offers extras

Lamplight Gardens at Spencer Street and Cactus Drive in Silverado Ranch is a gated Lennar community filled with amenities that include a clubhouse, swimming pool and spa, basketball court, equipped children's playground, built-in barbecues and a turn-of-the-century-style gazebo.

The community offers three two-story homes -- the Lilac with 1,286 square feet, the Iris with 1,341 square feet and the Orchid with 1,369 square feet.

All of the homes are based on an open great-room design with three bedrooms or two bedrooms with a loft, 2 1/2 baths and a one-car garage.

Home prices start in the $200,000s.

Some of the standard amenities included in the price of the home are kitchen appliances, including the refrigerator; washer and dryer; granite countertops; window coverings throughout; raised-panel oak cabinetry; ceramic-tile entry; plush wall-to-wall carpeting; decorative no-wax flooring in the kitchen, laundry room and baths; and high-tech wiring and prewiring throughout.

Each home has a raised and covered entry porch, and a fully enclosed backyard.

Lamplight Gardens is also an Energy Star-certified community with superior-value insulation, programmable thermostats, low-e windows and doors, energy-efficient gas-heating system and 13 SEER air conditioning.

To visit the Lennar Welcome Home Center take Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, to Eastern Avenue, exit south on Eastern to St. Rose Parkway, then west on St. Rose Parkway to Spencer, north on Spencer to Cactus.

The sales office and home models are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except Monday when they close at 3 p.m.

For more information on the community, call 614-0592 or visit


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