Mountain’s Edge is celebrating Discovery Days, a series of sales events and community activities lasting throughout the month. The 3,500-acre southwestern master-planned community’s home builders will offer a variety of promotions, incentives and reductions.
Visitors can tour more than 170 model homes being sold by top builders including Amstar Homes, Avante Homes, Beazer Homes, D.R. Horton, Engle Homes, KB Home, Kimball Hill Homes, Lennar, Meritage Homes, Pardee Homes, Pulte Homes, R/S Development, Ryland Homes, Toll Brothers, Warmington Homes Nevada and Woodside Homes.
The American Heart Associations’ Heart Walk kicked off Discovery Days Oct. 13. The walk brought nearly 5,000 participants to Exploration Park in Mountain’s Edge.
A Mountain’s Edge Fall Festival, planned for Oct. 24 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., will be held at William Wright Elementary School and will serve as a fundraiser for the school.
The final event of Discovery Days will be a pre-Halloween scavenger hunt in Exploration Park that also includes pumpkin-painting contests, Halloween costume contests and carnival games. It will be held Oct. 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“This is a great time for people thinking about buying at Mountain’s Edge to purchase a home,” said Deonna Stocker, manager of the Home Search Café at Mountain’s Edge. “We want to let everyone know about the promotion so that they don’t miss out on the great savings and specials offered by the participating builders during this sales event.”
Discovery Days kicks off the fall season with community activities paired with sales promotions, Stocker said.
“Discovery Days presents a great opportunity for people thinking about buying at Mountain’s Edge to purchase a home during October, and for those who want to learn more about this wonderful community to come out and take a look,” she said.
In recent months, Mountain’s Edge has played host to a Print-A-Thon dedicated to helping parents update their children’s records with fingerprints; a 5K race and 1-mile walkathon benefitting Candlelighters for Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada; National Night Out featuring a movie night in the park; a summer pancake breakfast and a series of evening concerts.
Mountain’s Edge’s quarterly water-smart landscaping seminars will be held at the Desert Demonstration Garden, located in the backyard of the Home Search Café. Seminars teach residents how to landscape using materials that are desert adaptable. The next one is scheduled for Nov. 17.
Exploration Park is the first of six parks planned for the community. The most visible feature in Exploration Park is a Western Theme Park that blends natural elements of the area’s geography and history. Focus Property Group, master planner of Mountain’s Edge, looked to create an Old West village with building facades that double as climbing structures and other play equipment.
For those interested in hikes and scenic walks, Exploration Peak offers trails that lead to the top of 2,846-foot Exploration Peak.
When complete, Mountain’s Edge will have four elementary schools, one of which is already open, two middle schools and a high school.
In addition to the aforementioned home builders now selling at Mountain’s Edge, three other builders are on the verge of putting new residences on the market. Astoria Homes, Phillips Homes and StoryBook Homes are expected to begin sales in the coming months. For more information, visit focuspropertygroup.com.
Those looking to learn more about Mountain’s Edge can visit the Home Search Café, located at the community’s entrance on Buffalo Drive at Blue Diamond Road, or visit mountainsedge.com. The Café is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For more information, call 898-5777.