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Monterey generates sales, friendships

In addition to 27 floor plan variations and resident amenities, including mature shade trees and five swimming pools within a golf course setting, Monterey at Las Vegas Country Club offers a strong feeling of community, according to Nancy Green, sales agent.

“I love coming to work every day at Monterey and getting to know the home buyers,” Green said. “We spend a lot of time together during the home-buying process and often remain in touch after their purchase.”

Green’s colleague in sales, Amy Tabor, said the off-the-Strip location appeals to smart, urban buyers who can lock and leave but who also appreciate good neighbors.

“It’s very unlikely that there will ever be a community like Monterey again. The setting is irreplaceable,” Tabor said.

Architectural highlights of the studio, one- and two-bedroom, single-level homes as well as two-story townhomes, include private patio or balcony, walk-in closet, formal entry, built-in bookshelves or floor-to-ceiling fireplaces. Some condominiums are available for immediate move-ins.

Floor plans range from 624 to 1,600 square feet. Prices start from the mid-$100,000s.

Green said a furniture package program is a popular design option among buyers. The condominiums featured in this program are custom furnished with coordinating artwork and designer accents throughout, all included in the purchase price.

The Las Vegas Country Club setting offers opportunities for leisurely walks and jogging, Green said. Picnic areas with gas barbecues are situated on the grounds. An on site fitness center features state-of-the-art equipment.

There development offers views of nearby Strip hotels, golf course fairways and water features.

To visit from the Las Vegas Strip, take Sahara Avenue east. Turn right on Paradise Road and go left on Karen Avenue. Enter through the Las Vegas Country Club Estates gate on Karen between Paradise Road and Maryland Parkway.

The sales office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For more information, visit montereylvcc.com or call 796-9700.

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