During the past year, local builder Summit Homes has played a part of the success at Providence with three new-home communities — Claremont, Emery, and Westcott. Together, these neighborhoods have contributed 28 percent of the overall sales within the Providence.
“Having the opportunity to participate in the success of such a well-considered and developed master plan was a real coup for us,” said Nathan White, Nevada Division manager for Summit Homes. “The tremendous sense of community that exists, and the long list of amenities that Providence has created for the residents played a large part in the success of our neighborhoods. It’s definitely been a partnership where each complemented the other — and the real winners are the families who have chosen to live here.”
Providence includes three parks — The Promenade, Knickerbocker and Huckleberry Park, all featuring panoramic views of the city. The community also has an award-winning information center; baseball parks and a demonstration garden. It is near schools, shopping, dining and recreation areas, and has easy access to the 215 Beltway and U.S. Highway 95.
At Providence, the developers took a serious approach to protect the desert’s limited natural resources within and surrounding the area. Since the beginning, the intent has been to “walk softly on the land” to shape and ensure an eco-friendly environment. Utilizing water-saving native desert flora and cutting-edge technological innovations resulted in a sustainable community that will continue to thrive for generations to come.
“All of these elements combined made it an easy decision for Summit Homes to offer some of our most popular new homes at Providence,” White said. “Our designs and features were a perfect fit, as our buyers have shown us. With homes in three distinct neighborhoods that offer something for every buyer and price range, we’ve enjoyed exceptional success, nearing 100 new home sales this year within Providence, alone.”
The three neighborhoods currently available from Summit Homes are all within the Northern Terrace subdivision, which includes exclusive membership to The Club at Northern Terrace. This 16,000-square-foot, recreation center boasts a state-of-the-art fitness center, three, a relaxing spa, cabanas, sheltered barbecue and play areas and a spacious indoor entertainment center with big-screen televisions. The club is available to Northern Terrace residents year-round. It offers classes during the year and can also be booked for private events.
Summit Homes’ Providence neighborhoods begin with Claremont, which offers five two-story floor plans from 1,618 to 1,990 square feet, with as many as five bedrooms and 2 ½ baths starting in the low $200,000s. Homes include generous great rooms, elegant master suites, spacious kitchens and room variations per model. Standard design features include two-car garages, front yard landscaping and energy-efficient windows.
Next is Westcott, with three diverse floor plan designs and priced from the low $200,000s. They measure from 2,090 to 2,334 square feet and have as many as five bedrooms. Unique design elements include a side courtyard area to covered portico entry, along with a wide variety of room configuration options and finish upgrade opportunities.
Third is Emery, which is in a closeout mode and priced in the low $300,000s. With one home still available for a quick move-in, it offers a covered entryway and rear-covered patio, a great room and gourmet kitchen.
Summit Homes’ neighborhoods at Providence are near Hualapai Way and Farm Road. For more information, call 702-396-4623 or visit www.SummitHomesNV.com.