“It’s one of Nevada’s most unique locations,” says Geoff Gorman, vice president of sales for Harmony Homes speaking about Laughlin, Nev. “It’s 90 minutes from Las Vegas, on the Colorado River, with a bustling gaming strip of its own and a whole lot of small town charm.”
Known for its riverside resorts and outdoor recreational opportunities, Laughlin attracts nearly 3 million visitors each year.
Gorman said Harmony Homes sees a growing demand for new homes in Laughlin, a town of more than 8,000 residents that hasn’t seen many new homes built there in recent years.
For these reasons and more, he said Nevada’s southern-most town is an ideal location for the two newest communities being introduced this month by Las Vegas-based builder Harmony Homes.
Both Harmony Homes communities in Laughlin are made up entirely of single-family homes built on lots that are larger than most new home sites in Southern Nevada.
The first of those new communities is Crossing at Bilbray Ranch. It offers three floor plans ranging from 1,479 square feet to 1,722 square feet. Two- and three-bedroom models are available. Standard features include great rooms, covered patios and courtyards.
The builder’s second community in Laughlin is Manor at Bilbray Ranch. It features larger one-story residences offering up to 2,388 square feet. While three bedrooms are standard, Manor Residence 2388 allows the homeowner to add a fourth bedroom and a third bath. Manor Residence 2593 offers options for a fourth bedroom, casita or home office.
“We designed these homes to offer plenty of room inside, with spacious interiors and incredible options, plus the amenities people need to live an active outdoor life,” says Gorman.
In addition to their oversized home sites, he said popular options at both neighborhoods include boat garages and RV parking.
Prices at Crossing begin at $146,990. Manor begins at $175,990.
“With interest rates hovering around all-time lows, and local home prices still at bargain levels, there’s never been a better time to buy in Laughlin,” says Gorman.