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Harmony Homes presents Parkside at Centennial Springs

Parkside at Centennial Springs is located in Centennial Hills in the northwestern valley.

“Parkside at Centennial Springs is a nice little intimate community that offers buyers just about everything they could want nearby. There are parks, schools, a recreational center with swimming pool, and shopping, plus convenient access to U.S. Highway 95,” sales agent Ray Abraham said.

The builder is offering upgrades in the homes such as granite countertops and paver-stone driveways.

All the homes are Energy Star certified and include many standard energy-efficient features including 13 SEER-rated air-conditioning units, low-e windows, programmable thermostats and tankless water heaters.

The neighborhood features three two-story designs that measure from 1,559 to 1,863 square feet and offer three bedrooms, an optional fourth bedroom and 2½ baths. Prices start from $129,900.

Each home offers a second-floor laundry room located near the bedrooms. Homes also have granite kitchen countertops with a backsplash, a ceramic-tile entry, recessed lighting, ceiling fan prewiring in the master bedroom and family room, finished garages with insulated garage doors, paver-stone driveways, and front-yard desert landscaping with drip irrigation.

Priced from $152,990, the 1,863-square-foot Residence Three plan features three bedrooms, den or optional fourth bedroom, great room and loft, as well as a courtyard entry.

“Our biggest model, the Residence Three, really appeals to buyers. What’s interesting about this home’s design is that it has a wraparound, attached casita with a courtyard,” he said.

To visit the sales office at 7509 Nicklin St., take U.S. Highway 95 north to the Durango Drive exit and turn right. At the first stoplight, turn right on Farm Road/El Capitan Way. Turn right on Tule Springs Road and then right on Orly Avenue, following the signs.

The sales office is open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily except Monday, when it opens at noon. Call the sales office at 702-272-2200 or visit HarmonyHomes.com.

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