Terra Bella luxury condos are 'lock-and-leave' ready

Terra Bella Condominiums homeowners say they love to travel.

“We travel quite a bit, including a few months per year in Hawaii. So when we were ready to downsize, we looked for someplace that we could just ‘lock and leave,’  ” said Judi Weber. “This community is so lovely, and so secure. Between the front gate and the security systems on each building, we feel comfortable leaving our condo to travel.”

Weber and Charles Eddy purchased a two-bedroom two-bath condo in Terra Bella, a luxury, age-qualified condominium development in Henderson’s Anthem master-planned community.

Amenities include a clubhouse, covered barbecue cabanas and an outdoor covered patio with lounge areas and a fireplace.

Weber said she was impressed with the process of selecting and buying a home at Terra Bella.

“The whole process from our first tour all the way through signing the final papers was top-notch. The Terra Bella team is very professional — great communicators — user-friendly,” she said.

Each three-story building has elevators and interior courtyards visible from all three levels. The landscaped courtyards include tall palm trees and sitting areas with tables and chairs. It also has enclosed private garages.

Terra Bella’s five floor plans range from 1,400 to 2,200 square feet. Design features include high-end finishes such as granite, tile and upscale cabinetry. Prices in the community start at $195,000.

Anthem is a 5,000-acre community that includes golf courses, trails, recreation areas, shopping centers and landscaped common areas.

The sales office and model homes are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. To visit, take Eastern Avenue south to the entrance of the master-planned community. Veer left at Anthem’s entrance and continue to Hampton Road. Turn west on Hampton, and the office is on the left. For more information, call 702-361-1223 or visit www.terrabellacondos.com.


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