When Ben and Jessica Reber visited Warmington’s Ridgehaven community, they knew they were home. The beautiful model home they toured was within their budget and the perfect size for the new family of four, inside and out. Plus, the idyllic gated community, which is located in Southwest Las Vegas, is in the area they wanted to live in.
“It all just worked out perfectly,” said Jessica.
The Rebers moved in to their brand-new home on March 1, 2016, which they share with a teenage son and daughter. Not only was it their first home as a couple, the Rebers were one of the first residents to move into the family-friendly community.
The couple chose the Hillcrest, Plan 3 at Ridgehaven, which is the most spacious home available. At approximately 2,393 sq. ft., the two-story home has three bedrooms – two upstairs and one downstairs – and three baths, and also offers a covered patio and two-space garage.
The outside of the home is brown stucco with brick and a Spanish tile roof, which blends seamlessly into the surrounding desert landscape. The inside is impeccably-designed with granite countertops and dark espresso cabinetry in the kitchen, and hardwood laminate flooring the couple chose, which “came out beautifully,” Jessica said.
Green-living and energy conservation is important to Warmington, and each home in the Ridgehaven community is equipped with energy-efficient appliances. The Rebers’ home included a stainless-steel GE Profile refrigerator.
The driveway and patio feature paving stones instead of a solid concrete slab, which was an included upgrade.
“It looks upscale and classy and adds a lot of character to the home,” said Jessica.
The couple also chose the optional upstairs loft, which is their family room where they watch movies on their large screen TV and play games. The home also features spacious ceilings, which reach approximately 12-feet high.
Another perk of living at Ridgehaven, Jessica says, is living close enough to the 215 Beltway to be convenient, but far enough away to not hear the traffic. The family also likes living within walking distance of the new and exciting The Gramercy, a luxury urban village that combines luxury highrise residences, apartments, beautiful light-filled lofts, Class A office space, amenity-filled courtyards, and high-end retail including restaurants, a coffee shop, a nail salon and a gym.
The brand-new gated community, which offers a community pool with cabanas, is currently celebrating its grand opening and homes are now selling! Floor plans offer 3 -5 bedrooms, 2.5 -4 Baths, and range from 2,056-2,393 sq. ft. Prices start from the low $270,000s.
Ridgehaven is located at 9353 Briar Bridge Avenue (Oquendo Road and Fort Apache Road) in Las Vegas. Model homes are open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily, except for Wednesday from 1-6 p.m.
For more information, call (877) 930-5599 or visit Ridgehaven.
The Southern Nevada Home Builders Association installed its 2012 slate of officers and directors during the installation and awards luncheon Thursday (December 8th) at the Four Seasons Hotel. CAMCO and Southwest Gas Corp. were co-sponsors of the event.
Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal
Effective Jan. 1, Greg Oberling of Warmington Residential Nevada is president of the 300-member trade group; Rocky Cochran of Pardee Homes is first vice president; and Robert V. McGibney of KB Home is second vice president.
Oberling is division president at Warmington, which he joined 16 years ago. He has worked in the real estate industry for 25 years, three years as a lender and 22 years in homebuilding. He started attending SNHBA events in 1989 when he was vice president of development at Falcon Development, becoming an active member in 1996. He has served as first vice president, second vice president, chairman of the association’s Legislative and Community Planning and Development committees, and a member of the Executive Committee. A native of Quincy, Ill., he moved to Carson City at age 16 where he graduated from Carson High School and the University of Nevada, Reno.
Diana Bossard of B2 Development Services continues as the association’s treasurer; and Tony Stipanov of Southwest Gas Corp. continues as secretary in 2012.
The builder members on the board of directors are: Mark Bivins, Inspiration Homes; Don Boettcher, Dunhill Homes; Clinton M. Cox, Meritage Homes; James Gomez, Richmond American Homes; David S. Jennings, D. R. Horton; Brandon Laughter, Pulte Homes; Robert V. McGibney, KB Home; Frank Pankratz, EHB Cos.; Jeremy Parness, Lennar; Brian Plaster, Signature Homes; and Tom Warden, The Howard Hughes Corp.
The associate members on the board are: Barbara Baird, B2 Development Services; Scott Donnelly, Cooper Roofing Co.; Jim Fitch, Cox Las Vegas; Sherrie Hermann, Cal/Pac Painting; Ed Lubbers, The Lubbers Law Group; Ken Williams, CAMCO; and Darren Wilson, Sierra Air Conditioning.
These elected board members, along with the officers, the senior directors and past presidents, constitute the board of directors.
During the event, SNHBA’s outgoing 2011 President Frank Wyatt of Pinnacle Homes presented several awards.
The Builder Member of the Year Award went to Rocky Cochran of Pardee Homes, and the Associate Member of the Year Award went to Jerry Helton of Development Consultants for “outstanding service to the association and the industry.”
President’s special awards for outstanding contributions to the community and/or industry went to Nevada State Sen. Michael A. Schneider; Gale Wm. Fraser II, the general manager and chief engineer at the Clark County Regional Flood Control District; former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman; Irene Vogel, the chief executive office of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors; Steve Holloway, executive director of the Associated General Contractors-Las Vegas chapter; and member Southwest Gas Corp.
The 2011 Builder Spike Award for membership recruitment went to Dan Wright of Distinctive Homes as the builder member who recruited the most new members this year; the Associate Spike Award went to David Fortner of American Pavement Preservation as the associate member who recruited the most new members in 2011.
Founded in 1953 by 12 local home builders and incorporated with the state of Nevada in 1954, the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association ranks as the oldest and largest local trade organization representing the residential construction industry. Its members work in all facets of the homebuilding industry.
Moving to Las Vegas? Well you are in luck! Warmington has a GREAT selection of 12 distinctive homes now selling within 3 Las Vegas neighborhoods. And, Las Vegas was recently ranked the best place to buy a home instead of renting one. Read about it here!
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