Toll Brothers has introduced three new contemporary home designs now selling at Ironwood in The Cliffs village in Summerlin. This gated and all single-story neighborhood encompasses 77 homes, each embodying the village’s rugged contemporary design aesthetic and architectural style.
The Cliffs is Summerlin’s newest village, named for the picturesque cliffs and ridgeline that form its spectacular backdrop. Offering exquisite views of the valley, the Strip and the Spring Mountains, The Cliffs is now taking shape on the area’s terraced landscape that has set the tone for the village’s look and feel that maximizes its topography and harmoniously blends with the environment.
Ironwood homes range from 2,516 to 2,823 square feet priced from the $500,000s and feature spacious floor plans with unique indoor/outdoor living spaces that take advantage of the village’s elevation, views and stunning natural landscape appealing to today’s modern families.
“We are pleased Toll Brothers has designed floor plans that blend with the natural topography of the village and create a modern approach to living spaces and aesthetic treatments unique to Summerlin,” said Peggy Chandler, senior vice president, Summerlin. “The rugged contemporary architectural theme in The Cliffs village allows homebuilders to introduce new and novel designs expanding Summerlin’s already diverse new home offerings.”
The Cobalt floor plan spans 2,515 square feet and includes a large covered patio. It features three bedrooms, 2½ baths and a three-car garage.
The Indigo floor plan features a high-plains architectural style, encompasses 2,705 square feet and offers three bedrooms, 2½ baths and a three-car garage. An expansive sliding door system unifies the interior with a large covered patio.
And finally, the Jade floor plan features a contemporary design aesthetic, spans 2,823 square feet and offers a choice of private courtyard or generous covered patio. It offers three bedrooms, 3½ baths and a three-car garage.
A Cliffs village address comes standard with all that Summerlin offers, including nearly two dozen village parks, resident exclusive community centers and pools, 150-plus miles of interconnected trails, two dozen public and private schools and Downtown Summerlin with more than 106 acres of dining, shopping and entertainment.
Village amenities in The Cliffs include Faiss Middle School, Faiss Community Park, Wet ‘n’ Wild water park and an indoor aquatic center built by The Howard Hughes Corp. and now operated by Clark County as a public facility. A new public elementary school is set to open in 2017, and future trails and a village park are in the planning stages. Eventually, The Cliffs will be home to 11 neighborhoods encompassing more than 1,700 single-family homes.
Stretching south of Bishop Gorman High School near the southernmost tip of the community, The Cliffs village is on Hualapai Way near the 215 Beltway for easy access to all points in the valley, including McCarran International Airport, the Strip and Downtown Summerlin.
For more information about Summerlin homes and amenities, visit Summerlin.com.