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Dunhill Homes offers single-story plans

Dunhill Homes’ Tuscany Village master-planned community, located in Henderson, offers seven single-story floor plans with amenities.

According to Marietta Manayan, sales agent, single-story homes are among the most requested styles she hears from prospective buyers. "They are thinking about their futures and want to make sure their homes fit into their lives both now and years from now," she said.

"Single-story homes also tend to appear more spacious, with higher ceilings and all of the living space on the same floor. At Tuscany Village we don’t ask our residents to sacrifice on space, so we offer some home sites at more than 7,000 square feet."

According to Manayan, Dunhill Homes’ most popular single-story designs in Tuscany Village are Residences 1705 and 2683, named for their respective sizes. "Both include our most popular home feature, the gourmet kitchen island," Manayan said. "And with our current incentives, Dunhill Homes is providing new homeowners with kitchen upgrades including granite countertops, appliances and cabinet upgrades."

Residence 1705 in Dunhill’s Zanetti collection is designed with three bedrooms, two baths, a great room and nook in the kitchen. "This home has vaulted ceilings, which gives it a very dramatic, open feeling," Manayan said.

Residence 2683 in the Pesaro collection is available with home sites measuring about 6,000 square feet. Residence 2683 includes three bedrooms, a master retreat, three baths, and a three-car split garage. According to Manayan, the plan’s master retreat is one of its most popular features and can be converted into a fourth bedroom. "The second and third bedrooms are also separated from the master in the front of the home, so it provides additional privacy," Manayan said.

Dunhill Homes is offering new residences at Tuscany Village starting at $149,990. According to Manayan, in addition to free kitchen upgrades, Dunhill Homes also provides up to 3 percent of each home’s sale price to be used for closing costs when using its preferred lender.

"In all upgrades and savings on our homes can equal up to $10,000 in savings.

"And all residents have access to Tuscany’s multimillion dollar recreation center, La Vita Tuscana," Manayan said. The 35,000-square-foot center includes a lap pool, swimming pool, tennis courts and racquetball courts in addition to an aerobics room, indoor and outdoor basketball, arts and crafts rooms, billiards, conference rooms, social areas and park areas.

"You get all the luxuries and conveniences of a country club without the country club prices," Manayan said.

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 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily For more information, call 873-7287 or visit dunhillhomes.com.

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