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D.R. Horton adds new floor plans at Riverwalk

D.R. Horton announced the grand opening of two new neighborhoods in the northern portion of the valley. D.R. Horton has added new single-story floor plans at Riverwalk Ranch located at Tropical Parkway and Decatur Boulevard.

“We have worked with the city of North Las Vegas and are now building single-story homes on lots initially designed for multifamily townhomes. The single-story home sites at Riverwalk High Noon are exceptionally wide, as they were designed to provide space for three homes. In addition, this community is privacy-gated, offers tons of community parking and has an outstanding pool amenity typical of our triplex communities,” said Jeff Ward, director of marketing for D.R. Horton-Las Vegas

The three new Vista plans at Riverwalk High Noon are single-story and range from 1,630 to 2,060 square feet. Prices start at $149,900.

New single-story floor plans are also available at Riverwalk Vista’s sister neighborhood, Riverwalk Cove. Formerly an exclusively two-story neighborhood, D.R. Horton has added new single-story plans.

Three new plans are available ranging from 1,600 to 2,320 square feet. Prices begin at $149,900. All of the new plans are single-story with the exception of the 2320 which is a Flex Room Over Garage (FROG) plan, measuring 1,880 square feet of living space with bonus space exclusively over the garage for a rumpus room, home theater room, studio or additional bedrooms.

According to Ward, the builder’s concierge service was created for the home buyer. “We encourage home shoppers to call 501-6301 and describe the perfect home for their family. In addition, our concierge has information on new communities which we haven’t yet placed on our website. For example, we are taking an interest list on our newest master-planned community, Buffalo Ranch, which is located just north of Spanish Trails.” For more information, visit drhorton.com.

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