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RL Homes offers various incentives at The Village of Centennial Springs

According to Robert Lively, president of RL Homes, residential developer of The Village of Centennial Springs, the neighborhood in the northwest valley is featuring sales promotions.

“With the incentives and pricing currently offered at The Village of Centennial Springs, there isn’t a better time or place to buy,” he said.

Current incentives include paid closing costs or two years of homeowners association fees, as well as up to a $10,000 shopping spree from RC Willey Home Furnishings.

“These incentives are designed to eliminate some of the upfront financial responsibilities associated with buying and moving into a new home,” Lively said. “We want to help eliminate some of those stresses and make the home buying experience exactly what it should be — fun and exciting.”

Nine models are available. Floor plans range from 1,286 to 2,251 square feet with special incentive pricing starting in the high $100,000s.

The development features the Garden, Cottage and Square models. Each concept features three floor plans that are available in a variety of architectural styles, including American Traditional, French Country and Spanish Colonial.

Lamplight Garden homes range from 1,286 to 1,408 square feet and feature two to three bedrooms and a single-car garage. Lamplight Cottage homes range from 1,640 to 2,026 square feet and feature three to four bedrooms with a two-car garage. Lamplight Square homes range from 1,936 to 2,251 square feet and also feature three to four bedrooms with a two-car garage.

To date, nearly 1,500 Lamplight homes have sold in more than a dozen neighborhoods throughout the valley.

“In a city where stucco homes are the norm, Lamplight homes really stand out,” Lively said. “We value the Lamplight difference and are proud to offer it at The Village of Centennial Springs.”

Located on 41 acres, The Village of Centennial Springs features a combination of residential, retail, restaurant and office development organized around a tree-lined, landscaped boulevard to create a “main street” environment.

Planned amenities include a clubhouse with a fitness center; private pool; amphitheater for social, cultural and civic events; and a community park.

The village is located next to a variety of city amenities including houses of worship, schools, dining and retail venues and health care services.

For more information on The Village of Centennial Springs, call 457-4511 or visit centennialsprings.com.

The sales center is located at 8479 Orly Avenue. To visit from Interstate 95 north or Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, exit northbound on North Durango Road, turn right on Farm Road, right on Tule Springs Road and right on Orly Avenue.

For more information, call 405-2250 or visit rlhomesnv.com.

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