Summerlin’s Montecito offers single-story designs


North of West Charleston Boulevard along the edges of the rising slopes of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Montecito by Toll Brothers offers single-story homes brimming with options in one of Summerlin’s newest gated, luxury neighborhoods.

Three single-story floor plans, the Catania, Messina and Trapani, come standard with dazzling 10-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchens and master bedrooms.

The Spanish and Mediterranean-style homes offer three or four bedrooms, as many as 3½ baths and range from 2,496 to 2,874 square feet. Floor plans include oversized master bedroom suites with dual sinks, two spacious walk-in closets and 6-foot soaking tubs with separate glass-enclosed shower.

Architectural design elements include courtyards, entry foyer, covered patios and a 12-foot multisliding glass door which seamlessly connects the home’s indoor living space with backyard lounge space.

Design elements and options also include a casita, paver driveway, outdoor fireplace, 8-foot interior doors, granite countertops throughout, bonus room, wet bar and an upgraded millwork trim package all complemented with two-tone paint. Montecito homes start in the mid-$500,000s.

“Single-story homes are some of the most popular floor plans in Summerlin, and Toll Brothers has been hugely successful with its single-story Santaluz neighborhood, which opened last year,” said Danielle Bisterfeldt, director of marketing, Summerlin. “Opening Montecito just to the north of Santaluz gives even more new homebuyers the opportunity to find their dream home in this beautifully designed village.”

Homeowners at Montecito will find amenities at their doorstep, including Paseos Park with its lighted junior soccer/tee-ball fields, basketball courts, a large shaded children’s playground, picnic pavilions and an interactive water feature. A second 12-acre park will open next year and will feature a central climbing tower, geometric turf bumps, slides built into the hillside, zip lines and innovative play equipment. Both parks will be linked via the community’s trail system that connects Summerlin’s neighborhoods and amenities including schools and shopping centers. Residents in The Paseos have access to the Interstate 215 beltway and are near Downtown Summerlin, where a 106-acre regional retail, dining and entertainment destination that is scheduled to open Oct. 9.

For more information, visit summerlin.com or download the new home-finding app by searching Summerlin in your app store.

 

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