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Pardee Homes ready to debut Eldorado Heights neighborhood

Eldorado Heights, a new Pardee Homes neighborhood, will debut Jan. 19. It will feature seven new floor plans and the builder’s new GenerationSmart concept.

Pardee’s GenerationSmart suite concept, offered exclusively at Eldorado Heights, provides a private entrance and living area to accommodate multiple generations that want to live together under one roof, according to Pardee Homes’ regional sales director Rob Tuvell.

"Research indicates what our buyers have already told us – they want flexible floor plans for various living situations, including multigenerational households," Tuvell said.

In fact, United States Census Bureau research indicates that Nevada has one of the highest percentages of multiple generations living together. An estimated 21.4 percent of households in Nevada in 2011 were "shared," providing a home to an additional adult, such as a grown child or some other relative .

Located in the builder’s Eldorado master-planned community in North Las Vegas, Eldorado Heights is a gated community featuring floor plans with kitchen islands, game rooms and a four-car garage. Pricing is anticipated to start in the high $200,000s.

For more information or to join the interest list, visit pardeehomes.com or contact a sales agent at 702-604-3332.

Located off Deer Springs Road at Gentle Brook Street, just east of Aliante Parkway, Eldorado Heights homes range from 2,385 to 4,241 square feet in one- and two-story designs with as many as seven bedrooms and five baths.

Each of the two-story designs offers a downstairs bedroom, and Pardee will offer its optional 12-foot glider window package at the covered patio on select plans.

Eldorado Heights also will feature Pardee’s LivingSmart brand with standard and optional measures that boost energy efficiency, save water, improve indoor air quality and encourage material conservation and the use of recycled or sustainable resources in new homes, according to Tuvell.

Also in Eldorado is Pardee’s LivingSmart Homes Eldorado Ridge neighborhood featuring homes that range from 1,849 to 3,001 square feet in one- and two-story designs. Prices start from $210,450.

All Pardee Homes’ sales offices and model homes are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday.

Through two new programs, Pardee is helping homebuyers. The company’s Homeward Bound program provides assistance to prospective buyers on credit issues that can affect home loan availability.

Offered exclusively for Pardee homebuyers in this market, Smart Move Advantage, an independent company, will rent a qualified buyer’s existing home for as long as three years.

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