Pulte's Madeira Canyon suits couple


Mark and Cristi Leafstedt searched for a home after returning to Las Vegas from a brief move to Flagstaff, Ariz. The couple said they found what they needed at Pulte Homes' Madeira Canyon, a community located in the foothills of southern Henderson.

"We were looking specifically for a single-story floor plan and checked out a lot of resale homes, but never found anything that was just right," Mark Leafstedt said. "While we were looking at homes, we would see signs for Madeira Canyon, and when we finally decided to stop by and see the models, we knew our search had ended."

The couple chose the Andora model at The Club at Madeira Canyon neighborhood. It measures 2,096 square feet and features an open design with a den and detached casita.

"The floor plan fit us really, really well. We really like upgraded homes and were pleased to see that we would not have to upgrade this one," Leafstedt laughed. "It is also very open and large with a very well designed kitchen."

The home also includes a den, which they use as an office, and a casita, which they use to host family, such as their 10-year-old granddaughter, Arriah Van Guney.

Cristi Leafstedt's mother was also impressed by their new community.

The Club at Madeira Canyon neighborhood features homes that range from 2,096 to 4,817 square feet. Prices start from the lower $600,000s.

To visit The Club at Madeira Canyon, take Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, to Eastern Avenue and go south, past St. Rose Parkway, to Anthem Parkway, then turn left. Continue on Anthem about six miles, then make a left onto Bicentennial Parkway, a left onto Anthem Highlands Drive, then follow the signs to the model park. Office hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

For more information, contact the sales office at 403-1681 or visit Pulte.com.

 

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