Toll Brothers’ Santaluz in Summerlin draws retirees


Active retirees Jan and Art Maran have become extended members of the Toll Brothers family. The California natives have just purchased their fifth luxury home from America’s Luxury Home Builder in Santaluz in Summerlin.

Toll Brothers, the nation’s 2014 Builder of the Year, has attracted the Marans and other perceptive buyers to its award-winning neighborhood of Santaluz in Summerlin.

When asked, “Why Toll Brothers?” Jan Maran offers a variety of advantages. Premier quality construction and design top her list that also includes: excellent customer care, a friendly and professional team, plus a solid homebuilding company that stands behind its award-winning reputation.

Of course, secure and gated communities appeal to this busy couple that equates a Toll Brothers home to many of the same qualities as a custom built residence.

Santaluz was recognized for best in single-family home design and model landscaping by the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association. Three single-level models behind the gates of Paseo Village encompass 2,495 to 2,873 square feet of living area with dramatic views of the Strip and surrounding Spring Mountains.

The Marans are enjoying the ease and convenience of single-story living with their modern plan offering three to four bedrooms and three-car garages. Pricing at Santaluz begins from the mid-$500,000s.

Summerlin has over 150 miles of trails, 150 parks, award-winning schools, shopping, dining and entertainment.

Information, directions and sales office hours are available by visiting www.TollBothers.com.

Toll Brothers, an award-winning Fortune 1000 company founded in 1967, is building nationwide and is a publicly owned company.

The company was recently named Builder of the Year by Builder magazine, and was twice named Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine.

 

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