As spring weather begins to bloom in Southern Nevada, residents of Tuscany Village enjoy dozens of indoor and outdoor recreational activities available exclusively to residents of the Henderson master-planned community.
"From an award-winning golf course to a multimillion dollar recreation center, Tuscany Village is the perfect community for residents who like to stay active and be social," said Marietta Manayan, sales agent at the community. "You'll never need another gym membership. Everything you need is right outside your door, and all of your neighborhood friends are there, too. There is no better motivation for staying fit than that."
At Tuscany Village, Dunhill Homes offers residents exclusive use of their very own 35,000-square-foot La Vita Tuscana recreation center.
"People are already taking advantage of the beautiful weather at our outdoor beach volleyball court, tennis courts and two basketball courts," Manayan said. "And with several playgrounds around the recreation center and community, there is never a shortage of places to take the kids to get some exercise for them, too."
According to Manayan, Tuscany Village residents take advantage of miles of scenic trails every day to walk and run.
"There are lots of things to see when you're out on the trails," she said. "From different parts of the community you can see the golf course fairways and greens, mountains and the city. The views are really outstanding."
Inside La Vita Tuscana, Tuscany Village residents enjoy access to racquetball courts, a large indoor gym with a basketball court, sauna, aerobics room, arts and crafts rooms, billiards, meeting rooms and social areas.
"Whether you want to spend the day indoors or out, you have dozens of options at Tuscany Village," Manayan said.
"You can even join one of the leagues or clubs and get to know your neighbors. It's like living in a country club without the country club prices."
Additional amenities at Tuscany Village include a 24-hour, guard-gated entrance and roving security patrol.
"Once you pass through the beautiful entrance, you are transformed to the hillsides of Tuscany," Manayan said.
"It's a little slice of serenity in the middle of this busy metropolitan city."
Prices at Tuscany Village start at $139,990 with floor plans ranging from 1,264 to 2,700 square feet and offering eight single-story options.
"In many cases, our homebuyers have found that their new monthly payments are about the same as what they were spending on rent every month," Manayan said. "Why would you rent if you could own your own home?"
Adding to the benefits of purchasing a new home at Tuscany Village are incentives worth thousands that can be used towards options like upgraded appliances, kitchen cabinets and countertops, according to Manayan.
Dunhill Homes is currently offering $10,000 in options at its Zanetti collection and $12,500 at its Pesaro collection for each new home purchased, she said.
Buyers can also receive up to 3 percent of their home's sale price to be used for closing costs when using Dunhill Homes' preferred lender, according to Manayan.
"At Tuscany Village, you get all the luxuries and conveniences of a country club without the country club prices," Manayan said.
"And unlike other master plans, there are no improvement district fees (special improvement district or local improvement district) to worry about."
To visit Tuscany Village, take Lake Mead Drive in Henderson heading east. Follow the signs to the community and turn left on Mohawk Drive to the main entrance.
Tuscany's sales office is located in the La Vita Tuscana recreation center and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call 702-873-7287 or visit www.dunhillhomes.com.