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Solstice in Aliante offers move-in residences

Pardee Homes’ Solstice, located in the master-planned Aliante community in North Las Vegas, features a selection of move-in ready homes that offer as many as six bedrooms and three baths.

The gated Solstice neighborhood is located just off of Aliante Parkway and Nature Park Drive, within walking distance to the 20-acre Nature Discovery Park in Aliante, as well as close to retail and restaurants, schools, the Aliante Library and access to the Las Vegas Beltway.

A move-in ready Solstice Plan 2-XA measures 3,110 square feet with five bedrooms, three baths, three-car garage, bonus room, large kitchen island, designer interior paint, low-e windows, radiant barrier and prewired for a home theater.

The home is priced from about $280,300 and is situated on a large cul-de-sac home site.

Another move-in ready home at Solstice is a Plan 4-A, which measures 3,959 square feet with six bedrooms, three baths and three-car garage, loft, den, designer interior paint, low-e windows, radiant barrier and buyer’s selection of flooring. It is priced at $338,425.

A Plan 3-C at Solstice is also move-in ready and measures 3,643 square feet with five bedrooms, three baths, three-car garage, bonus room, hobby room, low-e windows, radiant barrier and buyer’s selection of flooring. It is priced at $301,325.

Floor plans at Solstice range from 2,337 to 3,959 square feet with features including three-car garages, bonus rooms, loft, optional office/library configuration, island kitchens, separate living and dining areas and as many as seven bedrooms.

Solstice features the builder’s LivingSmart brand that offers 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.

Solstice is also part of Pardee Homes’ New Standard program that provides granite kitchen countertops, beech cabinets and stainless steel kitchen appliances as standard.

One of the West’s largest and longest-established home builders, Pardee has built homes for more than 40,000 families in Southern Nevada since 1952.

For additional information, visit pardeehomes.com or call 604-3332. You can also follow the company on Facebook at fb.com/pardeehomeslasvegas.

To reach Solstice via the Las Vegas Beltway, exit at Aliante Parkway and travel south. Turn left on to Nature Park Drive and follow the signs to the community. All Pardee Homes’ sales offices and model homes are open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday.

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