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Sterling Ridge in Summerlin

Sterling Ridge by William Lyon Homes, a new luxury neighborhood in Summerlin, opened its sales office this past week. Located in the exclusive guard-gated village of The Ridges, Sterling Ridge offers semi-custom homes in Summerlin. Sterling Ridge will offer two collections of homes with varying lot sizes, floor plans and features for homebuyers to customize their home.

“The Sterling Ridge neighborhood is quickly proving to be one of the most sought-after in The Ridges,” said Peggy Chandler, senior vice president of community development for Summerlin. “With the Summerlin housing market recovering at such an incredible rate, Sterling Ridge is opening at a prime time and with an exceptional unmatched product. Sterling Ridge is providing stunning contemporary features with a consummate setting and exclusivity that only The Ridges can deliver. William Lyon Homes has elevated the finishes and materials setting them apart from the rest.”

The Sterling Ridge neighborhood has two collections: The Premier collection and The Grand collection. Both collections are semi-custom homes available in six contemporary floor plans, ranging from 3,546 to 4,871 square feet.

The Premier collection, now selling with three floor plans, includes one single-story home at 3,733 square feet. The largest floor plan includes a downstairs master bedroom suite and all three floor plans come standard with three-car garages and offers as many as five bedrooms and as many as 5½ baths.

Sterling Ridge homes offer finishes, such as glass garage doors, Corten steel, standing seam metal roofs and 36 different color schemes.

Floor plans for The Premier collection range from the high $700,000s to the upper $800,000s. Models for The Grand collection are scheduled to be unveiled soon.

Sterling Ridge is nestled in The Ridges, a village comprised of contemporary designed custom homes and estates in the southwest Summerlin community.

The Ridges has a private fitness and tennis facility, higher elevations and views of Las Vegas adjacent to the Bear’s Best Golf Course.

Residents in The Ridges have access to the Las Vegas Beltway and is near top-ranked public and world-class private schools, a variety of places of worship, Summerlin’s trail system and parks and adult and family entertainment. For more information, visit www.summerlin.com or download the free new home finding app by searching “Summerlin” in your smartphone app store.

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