Rhodes Ranch features The Irons

Among Rhodes Ranch actively selling collections is The Irons. The Irons offers three single-story floor plans ranging from 1,467 to 1,931 square feet.

Plan 1467 and Plan 1611, named for their respective square footage, are shown as model homes and available for preview.

"More and more homebuyers are realizing the incredible benefits to choosing a new home over a resale," said DeAnna Forsyth, sales agent at Rhodes Ranch. "You are approved within 24 hours and get to decide exactly what you want in your home instead of accepting what is available. From flooring and wall treatments to countertops and fixtures, your new home will be just that — yours."

Residence 1467 includes three bedrooms, two baths and great room. Residence 1611 features four bedrooms, two baths, a great room and a walk-in closet in the third bedroom.

Residence 1931, which is not modeled, includes three bedrooms, two baths, living room, family room and two walk-in closets in the master bedroom. All three homes are offered with media niches and two-car garages.

Vaulted ceilings in The Irons are as high as 15 feet in some rooms and significantly add to the open feeling of the homes, according to Forsyth

The Irons’ kitchens include a food-preparation island in Residence 1931 and beech cabinetry with crown molding, recessed lighting, large kitchen pantries and breakfast nooks are offered per plan.

"And we keep your budget in mind with 3 percent of the home’s price toward your closing costs as well as 3 percent to the broker," Forsyth said.

To visit The Irons at Rhodes Ranch, take Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, to Durango Drive and then go south to Rhodes Ranch Parkway.

The sales office is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily.

For more information, call The Irons at 740-4111 or visit rhodeshomes.com.

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