Meritage's Watermarke residences designed to live like estate homes

Traditional exterior architecture and footpaths between buildings are just a few of the defining characteristics drawing condominium buyers to Meritage Homes' Watermarke at Mountain's Edge in the southwest valley, according to sales agent Bridget Parker.

"The exteriors are really appealing to home buyers," Parker said of the gated community of brand new condominium residences "Buyers tell us that they visit the model homes because of the upscale features."

Watermarke's three-plex, four-plex and six-plex buildings, all constructed to look like estate homes, feature exterior elevations with shutters, stone facades and arched-out windows. A swimming pool and fully equipped fitness center are among the resident amenities; in addition to an entertainment great room, billiards room, outdoor fireplace and spa area with shade canopy.

The development's four designs range from 1,085 to 1,549 square feet, each includes a two-car direct-access garage. Standard features include granite countertops and GE appliance package with washer, dryer, refrigerator, gas range and automatic dishwasher. Concrete pavers accent driveways.

Prices begin from the mid-$200,000s, with 30-day, 60-day and end-of-year move-ins available. Model homes are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except Mondays when they open at 11 a.m.

To visit, take Interstate 15 south, exit at Blue Diamond Road and travel west to Durango Drive. Turn south on Durango, then left into the community. For more information, call 730-2800 or visit


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