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Madeira Canyon is in Henderson

Madeira Canyon, Richmond American’s planned community in Henderson, has floor plans with four to six bedrooms, standard three-car garages and are as large as 4,200 square feet.

The homes have features and details that are included in the price of the home. They may include deluxe master baths and gourmet kitchens with stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, maple cabinets and large islands. Depending on the floor plan, available features may also include multislide patio doors, main-floor master suites, free-standing bathtubs, wet bars, courtyards and landscaping packages.

The larger community offers a guard-gated entrance and a host of amenities, including a swimming pool, tennis courts and community center that hosts regularly scheduled activities. The neighborhood is within walking distance to parks and elementary schools. Residents have access to shopping, dining, the Rio Secco Golf Club and the Anthem Highlands Country Club. Madeira Canyon is an hour’s drive from Mount Wilson Wilderness Area and Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.

Homebuyers can select design options such as countertops, cabinetry, flooring and fixtures with the help of a design consultant. This is a complimentary service.

The Heidi and Henley model homes in Madeira Canyon are open for touring. Highlights include the Heidi’s courtyard entry and staircase; and the Henley’s multislide patio doors and swimming pool. Both homes feature main-floor master suites.

To check out Madeira Canyon’s current selection of quick move-in homes, starting in the high $500,000s, visit RichmondAmerican.com. For details, contact the builder at 702-638-4440.

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