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Pardee Homes opens Montclaire neighborhood

One of Pardee Homes’ newest neighborhood in Southern Nevada is Montclaire, located in Henderson just south of St. Rose Parkway at Horizon Ridge Parkway and Jeffreys Street.

Montclaire is a Pardee EnergySmart gated neighborhood. Pardee’s EnergySmart program includes homes designed with energy-efficient features, such as selective glass that helps keep the homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, as well as increased ceiling insulation and sealed ducts for improved air quality. EnergySmart homes are designed and independently certified to exceed local energy codes.

Montclaire Plan One measures 2,368 square feet in a single-story design with a three-car garage, three bedrooms and a den or optional fourth bedroom.

Plan Two at Montclaire measures 2,786 square feet in a two-story design with a three-car tandem garage. The home can be built with up to six bedrooms and three baths.

Montclaire Plan Three measures up to 3,380 square feet with four bedrooms, 31/2 baths and a two-car garage in a two-story design.

Plan Four measures 3,643 square feet with up to five bedrooms and 21/2 baths. The two-story home has a three-car garage, laundry/hobby room or optional four-car tandem garage, bonus room and den or optional fifth bedroom.

Montclaire Plan Five is available in two versions — Five and FiveX.

Plan Five measures 3,449 square feet with four bedrooms and three baths, three-car garage, library and loft.

Plan FiveX measures 3,959 square feet with six bedrooms and up to four bath, loft and library plus three-car garage.

Prices start from about $329,950 for homes ranging in size from about 2,368 square feet to 3,959 square feet.

To reach Montclaire, take Eastern Avenue south of St. Rose Parkway and turn right on Horizon Ridge Parkway. Follow Horizon Ridge west, then turn left on Jeffreys Street. The entrance is ahead on the left. Pardee Homes’ sales offices are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Monday. For additional information, call 614-1400 or visit pardeehomes.com/monclaire.

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