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Terraza showcases three new residences

Set within the beautiful award-winning Southern Highlands master plan in Southern Las Vegas, Richmond American offers the three homes from its Arbor Collection at Terraza.

The community features tree-lined streets and community parks.

Starting at $242,990, the Cottonwood floor plan is a two-story, 1,650-square-foot home and offers four bedrooms, 21/2 baths and a two-car garage.

This design features three bedrooms and a study with volume ceiling on the first floor. On the second floor are the kitchen, family room and master bedroom. A balcony is found off the master and another is available off the dining room.

At $252,990, the Maple offers a two-story, 1,700-square-foot setting that includes three bedrooms, 21/2 baths and a two-car garage.

This home includes a kitchen with large island and inclusive breakfast bar. The main floor is accented by a stairway leading to an upstairs loft that separates the master suite from the secondary bedrooms.

Beginning at $262,990 is the two-story Willow. This 2,050-square-foot plan features three bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and a two-car garage.

The first floor features a circular entry, family room, formal dining room and large kitchen with a breakfast nook.

The second floor includes a loft, tech center with an optional built-in desk, two bedrooms and a master suite. The master suite includes a master bath, twin walk-in closets, separate vanities and wash closet.

Terraza is offering special incentives to all new buyers with the Value Stacks Up promotion. Buyers are eligible to choose six options from a variety of Home Gallery upgrades at no additional cost, according to company officials.

For more than 35 years, M.D.C. Holdings Inc. has been building and financing homes for more than 140,000 families across the United States.

To visit Terraza take Interstate 15 to St. Rose/Southern Highlands Parkway. Head north on Southern Highlands Parkway and turn north on South Dean Martin Drive.

The sales office is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except Friday when it opens at noon. For more information, call 702-385-1389 or visit richmondamerican.com

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