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Summerlin builders continue to create 14 new neighborhoods

Summerlin is bustling with construction activity as builders in the valley’s master-planned community continue to develop 14 new neighborhoods offering more than 60 diverse floor plans.

In The Paseos village, Segovia, a gated neighborhood by Pulte Homes, offers four floor plans with a variety of upgrades and options that transform standard designs into personalized dream homes.

Designed with Pulte’s Life Tested construction concept, these homes range from 2,776 to 3,364 square feet and offer as many as six bedrooms and 4½ baths.

Expansive floor plans feature open-air casitas and courtyards at the main entrances, three-car tandem garages, dual-side and rear loggias, entry foyers, large open gathering rooms with adjoining gourmet kitchens, separate dining rooms, dens, second-floor laundry rooms, and a cozy owners’ retreat within the master suite.

Segovia homes come standard with blown-in insulation and tankless water heaters for high energy efficiency.

“Incorporating functional outdoor living space is a key design feature in Summerlin and Pulte has offered new ideas of what homeowners can do in front courtyards-truly blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living and presenting cozy and unique living spaces ,” said Peggy Chandler, senior vice president for Summerlin. “Segovia also offers notable design elements like spacious open floor plans that include separate dens, along with details like master bathrooms with elegant Piedrafina counters and raised sinks that are standard in these homes. Pulte’s optional features at Segovia add to the high level of comfort and style already built into these homes.”

Master bedroom suites can be upgraded to add a mirador, and large extended walk-in showers with bench seating and elegant stand-alone tubs create unexpected luxury in the bathrooms.

Stunning design options include coffered ceilings and gathering rooms with fireplaces, built-in shelving or cabinets.

Optional folding-panel doors or multipanel glass sliders leading to the rear loggia can eliminate first-floor walls to connect indoor living with outdoor lounging spaces, while backyard fireplaces create cozy exterior spaces for entertaining or relaxing.

And family and friends can enjoy second-floor home theaters and stay for an extended visit in optional guest suites or the casita.

Energy-saving solar panels add to these homes’ built-in energy efficient designs.

“Segovia by Pulte offers dazzling living spaces that can be personalized to reflect each homeowner’s needs and tastes within the four walls of their new Summerlin home,” said Chandler.

All three Segovia floor plans start from the $400,000s.

To learn more about Summerlin’s newest homes visit summerlin.com or download the new home finding app by searching “Summerlin” in your app store.

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