Warmington provides upgrades


Warmington Homes Nevada is offering residences that are ready for immediate occupancy with upgrades at reduced prices at three developments in the Las Vegas Valley.

The Cambria features condominiums in the northwest; Carlisle Place offers single-level homes in the southwest; and Mandolin at Mountain's Edge presents two-story single-family homes in the southwest.

Buyers at the developments will receive a closing cost allowance when they obtain financing through the builder's preferred mortgage broker.

"We're upping the ante at these three neighborhoods and hope that serious home buyers will recognize that these are real deals -- prices have been reduced, upgrades are being included at no additional costs and incentive levels have been increased," Vice President of Sales and Marketing Amy Thill said. "If you are thinking about making a move now, make the most of it by taking advantage of one of these really attractive and valuable opportunities."

Cambria has entered its grand finale phase and prices begin in the low $200,000s. Condos measure 1,162 to 1,683 square feet and contain two bedrooms, lofts and direct access one- and two-car garages.

Per plan, the homes include washer, dryer and refrigerator, blinds on all doors and windows and upgraded flooring. Community amenities include a pool and exercise room, both of which are maintained by the association.

Prices at Carlisle Place begin in the $260,000s. Floor plans range from 1,271 to 1,428 square feet.

Per plan, they can accommodate two and three bedrooms, two baths, direct-access two-car garages, private yards and patios. Upgraded kitchen countertops, radiant barrier roof sheathing, exterior stonework, fireplace, refrigerator, and washer and dryer are also included.

Mandolin at Mountain's Edge offer plans that range from 1,277 to 1,657 square feet.

Per plan, they include three and four bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, direct-access one- and two-space garages and private front and rear yards.

For more information, visit WarmingtonHomesNV.com.

 

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