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Warmington features new neighborhoods, models

Warmington is offering three neighborhoods and 12 brand-new models within Claremont, Emery and Westcott at Northern Terrace in Providence. Homes are priced from the mid-$100,000s to low $200,000s and all residents receives membership to The Club at Northern Terrace, a recreational facility featuring three pools, a spa, on-site fitness center, entertainment and play areas.

“It’s true. Now is the time to buy if you are able and want to get the best value on a new home and benefit from this buyer-friendly market and low, low rates,” said John Upchurch, sales manager for Warmington Residential Nevada.

“At Northern Terrace, we’ve got a great selection of homes, a recreation-based lifestyle, many flexible financing options with low monthly payments, special pricing and incentives.”

Within Northern Terrace at all three neighborhoods, shoppers who are invited to tour the 12 models are open daily until 6 p.m., make an appointment for a no-obligation consultation with an onsite representative from Wells Fargo Home Mortgage who can illustrate the available financing options and calculate estimated monthly payments and speak with a sales agent about pricing and incentive packages that are now available per residence.

New buyers are also offered a meeting with an onsite designer from Chateau Interiors and Design to make standard and optional interior design selections for their new home.

Claremont, Westcott and Emery offer four styles that range from 1,388 to 3,043 square feet. Westcott and Emery offer single-story floor plans, while Claremont offers two-story floor plans.

The three-bedroom homes at Claremont include a loft in one plan or an option for a fourth bedroom, 2½ baths and attached two-car garages from the $140,000s.

Westcott plans offer as many as four bedrooms in its standard configuration, 2½ baths, and direct access two-car garages from the high $100,000s. Plan Two in Westcott features a gated courtyard entry.

Emery offers a gated neighborhood setting with plans offering as many as six bedrooms with 2½ baths and two- and three-car garages for prices that start from the $200,000s. Stainless steel appliances and designer-selected granite slab countertops are included features at Emery.

All three neighborhoods have a selection of homes that will be move-in ready 45 to 60 days. They include designer preferred selections, two-tone interior paint and cabinetry and countertops combinations. Buyers select their choice of flooring.

These homes may be offered financial incentives of up to $8,000 that can be used toward buydowns, design center upgrades and closings costs. For buyers working with a real estate agent, Warmington is offering a 4 percent commission.

To visit Northern Terrace, exit Interstate-215, the Las Vegas Beltway, at Hualapai Way and go north for one mile. Go left on Farm Road for ½ mile, past Egan Crest Way and turn right on Crescent Mountain Street. To access Claremont and Westcott sales offices, turn left on Silver Peak Run Drive and left on Mount Victoria Lane and it will be on the right. To access Emery, turn right on Mount Sheridan and the sales office will be on the right. For more information, visit HomesByWarmington.com/NorthernTerrace or call 877-930-5599.

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