Engle Homes At Ladera Terrace Las Vegas Offers A $60,000 Incentive

Magazines.com, Inc.Engle Homes at Ladera Terrace in The Mesa Village of Summerlin Las Vegas offers a builder’s incentive. Ladera Terrace is the builder’s first Summerlin real estate.

This is a perfect time for Las Vegas home buyers to take advantage of the generous incentives and competitive new home pricing for an address in a very popular master plan in Southern Nevada’s Red Rock real estate.

Prices for the new homes start in the upper $300,000s for two story homes with three floor plans from 2,031 to 2,574 square feet.

The new homes for sale in Summerlin incentive is valued up to $60,000.

Standard upgrades include stone veneer, courtyard areas, 3 inch baseboards, 9 foot ceilings and an Energy Star rating.

Additional new homes buyer incentives include dual master walk in closets or a patio area.

Other home builders in Ladera Terrace at Summerlin real estate include Richmond American Homes and KB Home.

Nine different home plans at Ladera Canyon by Richmond American range from 1,750 to 2,800 square feet.

Ladera Ridge in Summerlin, NV by KB Home offers four home plans from 1,642 up to 2,103 square feet, and Ladera Crest has six floor plans with square feet from 2,388 to 2,883.

Over 600 home owners will call Ladera home when completed.

The Mesa Village in Summerlin offers several residential neighborhoods including Ladera.

Residents have easy access to the future public elementary school, Bishop Gorman High School and a future 17 acre Summerlin community park.

Summerlin’s 19th residential village is The Mesa Village. This village is almost 500 acres with desert vegetation lining the streets and a desert contemporary architectural style. This is the village’s hallmark.

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Engle Homes at Ladera Terrace Las Vegas offera a $60,000 buyer incentive.

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