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Madeira Canyon home to The Club and its amenities

The Club at Madeira Canyon offers new homes starting from the mid-$300,000s.

The guard-gated enclave is within the 487-acre master-planned community of Madeira Canyon in the southern portion of Henderson.

Madeira Canyon offers an elevated location, along with a host of amenities including walking trails, an arroyo and a 19-acre community park with lighted ball fields, sports courts, splash pad and play equipment. Nearby is Wallin Elementary School, shopping and entertainment, restaurants, golf and parks.

“Our new-home offering at The Club at Madeira Canyon allows us to offer homebuyers fresh, innovative floor plans at affordable prices,” said Andy Lee, general sales manager for Pulte Homes and Del Webb in Southern Nevada. “We’re excited to introduce both single- and two-story home designs to meet the needs of all ages, such as those looking for floor plans in a prestigious location. Buyers should also know that a limited number of preserve and oversized home sites still remain.”

Homes at The Club range from 2,354 to 4,574 square feet, offering as many as five bedrooms, 4½ baths, two- or three-car garages, great, game and media rooms, dens and lofts.

The homes come with standard features including granite kitchen countertops, Whirlpool appliances, tile flooring, covered patios and front-yard landscaping.

They also come with Del Webb’s special “Greenbuilt” features, assisting homeowners with conserving energy and saving money, Lee said. Greenbuilt features include blown-in insulation, low-e windows, tankless water heaters, 15 seasonal energy efficiency ratio rated air-conditioning systems and Energy Star appliances.

Homeowners have access to a private community center complete with fitness center, exercise, massage, conference and multipurpose rooms, kids club and teen lounge with computers and a large-screen television. Outside, residents also can take advantage of a resort-style pool and spa, tennis courts and a basketball court.

Community social events include themed pool parties, movie nights and restaurant samplings. Residents may also schedule services such as massage therapy and tennis lessons.

To visit The Club at Madeira Canyon, take Interstate 15 to St. Rose Parkway and head east. Turn right on Las Vegas Boulevard, left on Volunteer Boulevard, right on Via Inspirada and right on Anthem Highlands Drive. Follow the signs to The Club at Madeira Canyon. Office hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, except Wednesday when it opens at noon. For more information, call 702-403-1681 or visit www.clubatmadeiracanyon.com.

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