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Avante offers savings during closeout

Today and Sunday, Avante Homes will hold a sales event called Save $100K Today, which offers incentives worth up to $100,000 at its Indigo Run in Henderson, according to Dean Welsh, vice president of new home sales.

The neighborhood is preparing for closeout and has only 12 homes remaining, including three professionally decorated and furnished models, Welsh said.

Special pricing ends Sunday. All homes are available for immediate move-in.

“We have designed three very distinct floor plans in this intimate collection of 150 executive homes,” Welsh said. “From large lots to granite tile countertops, Avante Homes is committed to providing Southern Nevadans the opportunity to experience the American Dream.”

Ranging from 2,445 to 3,665 square feet, homes in the gated neighborhood include as many as six bedrooms, 31/2 baths and three-car garages.

The Indigo plan is the neighborhood’s signature design and measures 3,665 square feet. The home includes a formal entry leading to a great-room layout adjacent to an island kitchen with L-shaped counter-bar seating. The kitchen includes two pantries and a dining nook.

Upstairs is open to the floor below with a secondary bedroom offering a second master with bath option. Another secondary bedroom easily converts to a bonus or media room option. The design’s master bedroom is situated downstairs and includes two closets, garden tub and separate shower.

Home buyers will receive a home theater system with the purchase of the remaining Indigo model.

Measuring 2,445 square feet, the Azure contains four bedrooms, 21/2 baths, a great-room layout with courtyard, downstairs laundry room, separate living and dining room areas and split three-car garage.

A secondary bedroom can be converted to a retreat option. All secondary bedrooms include walk-in closets. The master suite features a separate dressing area with walk-in and linen closets. The master bath includes a dual vanity, garden tub and shower.

The 2,918-square-foot Cobalt is a five-bedroom, three-bath design featuring a downstairs bedroom with walk-in closet and full bath. The home includes separate formal living and dining rooms. An island-kitchen with counter-bar seating and nook opens to a great room with media niche and fireplace option. Upstairs, a private master suite includes a walk-in closet and dual-vanity master bath with garden tub and shower.

Situated on pool-sized, RV-compatible lots with mountain views, the homes are anchored by the neighborhood’s private 3-acre park with playground and barbecue stations.

Standard features for each design include upgraded cabinetry, granite-tile countertops, platinum-finished plumbing fixtures, satin-nickel lock sets and brushed-steel light fixtures. The Cobalt and Azure offer an attached casita option. Each home is Energy Star-rated and includes total structured wiring for home connectivity.

Pricing begins from the high $300,000s.

For more information on the builder’s neighborhoods, visit avantehomes.com. For more information on Indigo Run, call 921-8880. Models and sales office are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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