Rhodes Homes has reduced prices at its La Luna neighborhood of one- and two-story homes at Tuscany in Henderson. Homes are priced from the mid-$200,000s, down from the $300,000s, sales agent Jimmy Crosswhite said.
"I am thrilled we are able to offer this fantastic new pricing at La Luna," he said. "We are also releasing some select new lots in the neighborhood, so there are a variety of options when choosing your new home."
La Luna's four floor plans range from 1,724 to 3,431 square feet.
"These four floor plans are the perfect size and layout for most new home buyers," Crosswhite said. "They are large enough to accommodate children and guests, but not so large that they are difficult to maintain."
La Luna's Residence 1734, named for its square footage, includes three bedrooms, two baths, powder room, den and two-car garage. This single-story home features a master suite with large walk-in closet, island kitchen with dual sink and dishwasher and an optional fourth bedroom in place of the den.
"Single-story homes are very popular, and this home makes excellent use of its space," Crosswhite said. "The den has an attached casita with a separate entry from the front door and can have its own covered porch. This would be an ideal design for a home office. It's separated from the rest of the home to give residents a bit of seclusion and privacy."
Every home at La Luna includes a standard attached casita with a half bath and private courtyard entrance.
"With casitas offering so many different functions, they are one of the most popular features we offer," Crosswhite said.
Another popular feature in Residence 3431 is a three-car garage, he said.
Residence 3431 also offers five bedrooms, four baths, powder room, formal dining room and loft. The first floor features a formal entry and the kitchen is offered with wall-to-wall cabinetry. A walk-in closet is offered in both the master bath and the third bedroom, and two covered decks are included.
"You won't find so many incredible standard features in most other homes of this size," Crosswhite said. "And with five bedrooms, residents have enough space for their children's rooms, guest rooms and hobby areas."
Standard features at La Luna include 8-foot entry doors and carriage-style garage doors that are prewired for an automatic opener. Interiors are prewired for ceiling fans and a security system, as well as phone, cable and Internet. Energy-saving features includes blown-in cellulose insulation, low-e windows and a 50-gallon gas water heater.
As residents of the Tuscany community, La Luna homeowners pay a $140-a-month association fee and receive access to the La Vita Tuscana recreation center, playgrounds, walking paths and common areas in addition to 50 channels of cable television.
Tuscany Residential Village is a master-planned community developed by longtime Las Vegas developer Rhodes Homes.
The centerpiece of the community is the Tuscany Golf Club, designed by renowned golf-course architect Ted Robinson Jr. The 6,906-yard, par 72 course was recently named Golf magazine's No. 1 Golf Course in Las Vegas in its annual rankings.
Tuscany's 35,000-square-foot recreation center, La Vita Tuscana, includes a lap pool, lagoon pool, hot tubs, full workout facility, aerobics room, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, racquetball and tennis courts, arts and crafts rooms, billiards, park areas and jungle gyms for children.
To visit La Luna, take Lake Mead Drive past Boulder Highway to Mohawk Drive and turn left. Follow the signs to La Luna. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
For more information, call 564-5011 or visit rhodeshomes.com.