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Ryland helps owners into homes before holidays

The holidays are upon us and Ryland Homes is helping local home shoppers make them even more special this year. Homes available for quick move-in are offered at most Ryland communities, including the Maravilla Vistas and Evergreen in Mountain’s Edge.

“If you are looking to come home in time for the holidays, we have several amazing homes that are already under construction and will be ready for move-in between now and the end of the year,” said Cyndi Chaudhuri, sales counselor at Ryland’s Maravilla Vistas in southwest Las Vegas.

At Maravilla Vistas, homes available for quick move-in include appliances, blinds and flooring, she said.

“These are turn-key homes and are all available by the end of the year,” she said. “Some are even available by mid-December. All you need to bring is your tree.”

Appliances include a refrigerator, dishwasher, range, oven, microwave and washer and dryer, she added.

Mountain’s Edge in southwestern Las Vegas has been named one of the top master plans in the country, and offers multiple park and recreational facilities. It is near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Spring Mountain State Park and other natural recreation opportunities.

“It is also a very quick drive to the famed Las Vegas Strip, dozens of dining and shopping options and McCarran International Airport,” Chaudhuri said.

Near Maravilla Vistas is Evergreen, a gated neighborhood within the master plan. Residents have access to three pools, a clubhouse, fitness center and a playground.

“Some of our quick move-in homes are available as soon as the end of this month,” sales agent Kodiak Yazzie said. “You could move in just in time to host your family, friends or colleagues for the holidays or new year.”

The clubhouse is big enough for 100 guests and has special touches such as an outdoor barbecue, full indoor kitchen, fireplace and game area.

Among Evergreen’s homes available for quick move-in is the Cypress model. Thes 3,529-square-foot home is on a pool-sized homesite and has four bedrooms, loft, den, courtyard, driveway pavers and a covered patio with second-floor balcony off the master bedroom. It includes a three-car garage, gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and a kitchen island.

In northwest Las Vegas near Summerlin, Ryland’s Indigo at Hillside neighborhood also has homes available for move-in by the end of the year. All Indigo residents enjoy Ryland’s signature rooftop decks with sweeping views of the Strip, city and mountains.

“You can be moved into your beautiful new three-story home at Indigo by the end of the year with several popular models under construction,” said Bethan Dumont-Frusco, sales agent. “One even includes our supermaster bedroom, which is back by popular demand in our Dawn model.

“This home’s third level is a beautiful suite that includes an oversized master bedroom, separate tub and shower and a huge walk-in closet that is more than half the size of a secondary bedroom. Plus, it has private access to a rooftop deck that our homeowners say is one of their favorite living spaces in their homes.”

All of Indigo’s homes available for quick move-in include standard features like granite kitchen countertops, maple cabinetry and twin sinks.

“Some are also on oversized homesites with side yards and backyards up to 20 feet deep,” Frusco-Dumont said.

For more information, visit www.rylandvegas.com. Ryland Homes is selling new homes in eight collections throughout Southern Nevada. Its sales offices are open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and noon to 5 p.m. Friday.

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