Richmond American offers single-story homes


Richmond American’s Estates at Highgate is in the Providence master-planned community in the northwest valley. Residents in this gated neighborhood have access to parks, medical facilities, shopping and dining.

The collection of ranch homes start from the low $400,000s and include as many as five bedrooms and measure as large as 4,000 square feet, depending on the floor plan. Features include kitchens with beech cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and large islands. Deluxe master baths with separate tub and shower also are included, depending on the plan. There also are paver stone driveways and walkways and three-car garages.

Luxury upgrades, such as multislide patio doors, classic free-standing master bathtubs, guest suites and wet bars, are available. Ask for a full list of options at the sales center.

Homebuyers have the opportunity to work with the Home Gallery’s professional design consultants to choose colors, textures, finishes and fixtures to personalize their new living spaces. The consultants professionally color match the selections. They can also give ideas on potential furniture layouts and help create the homeowner’s look.

Richmond American’s affiliates, HomeAmerican Mortgage Corp. and American Home Insurance Agency Inc. offer a streamlined homebuying experience. Potential buyers can speak with a loan officer at HomeAmerican Mortgage to find out which designer upgrades can be rolled into their mortgage payments.

The Estates at Highgate is in northwest Las Vegas, where the Las Vegas Beltway meets North Hualapai Way, and is adjacent to Knickerbocker Park. Visit the sales center at 10326 Artful Stone Ave. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday through Thursday and 12 to 6 p.m. Friday.

To view interactive floor plans with suggested furniture layouts, visit RichmondAmerican.com. To join Richmond American’s interest list, call a sales agent at 888-500-7060.

Richmond American has operations in 11 states throughout the country.

 

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