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Pardee Homes grand opens Montclaire

Pardee Homes celebrated the opening of its newest neighborhood — Montclaire – in the eastern portion of the Las Vegas Valley, with more than 200 guests touring six floor plans during the weekend event.

Located in Henderson just south of St. Rose Parkway at Horizon Ridge Parkway and Jeffreys Street, Montclaire is a Pardee EnergySmart neighborhood.

Floor plans within the gated community, range from 2,368 to 3,959 square feet with up to six bedrooms and four baths. Designs include one- and two-story homes with prices starting from $369,950.

According to the builder, buyers in the first phase at Montclaire will receive a $1,000 Williams-Sonoma gift card, courtesy of Pardee.

The builder’s EnergySmart program includes homes designed with energy-efficient features such as selective glass that helps keep the homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, as well as increased ceiling insulation and sealed ducts for improved air quality.

EnergySmart homes are designed and independently certified to exceed local energy codes.

Pardee has built homes for more than 30,000 families in Southern Nevada since 1952, and has developed several master-planned communities, including Spring Valley, Rancho Las Palmas, Eldorado and Nevada Trails.

To reach the neighborhood, take Eastern Avenue south of St. Rose Parkway and turn right on Horizon Ridge Parkway. Follow Horizon Ridge west, then turn left on Jeffreys Street. The entrance is ahead, on the left.

The sales offices are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., except Monday, when the office opens at 11 a.m.

For more information about Montclaire call 492-0129 or visit pardeehomes.com/montclaire.

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