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Pardee offers Solamar home in northwestern valley

The two-story Plan Four at Solamar by Pardee Homes measures 3,084 square feet with four bedrooms, three baths, playroom, loft and a three-car garage. Currently the builder has a Plan 4-B and Plan 1-A that are move-in ready.

Solamar Plan 4-B at home site No. 145 is priced at $290,262 and features upgraded flooring, stainless steel appliances including GE Profile refrigerator, washer and dryer, homework station, window coverings, low-e windows and radiant barrier.

Solamar Plan 1-A at home site No. 3 measures 2,491 square feet with three bedrooms, 2½ baths, three-car tandem garage and is priced at $258,000. The move-in ready home features stainless steel appliances, designer interior paint, walk-through pantry, low-e windows and radiant barrier.

For additional information on homes at Solamar, visit the sales office; call 604-3332 or visit pardeehomes.com/solamar.

All of Pardee’s newly designed homes, including those at Solamar, are part of the builder’s LivingSmart brand, a program 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.

To visit Solamar from U.S. 95 Highway north, exit to the Las Vegas Beltway west. Exit at Durango Drive and turn right. Turn left on Deer Springs Way, right on Grand Canyon, then right on Bay Ledge Avenue to the models. Visitors are welcome from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday.

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