Lone Mountain Model Homes Opening in Scottsdale

Lennar is opening two model homes in the gated Lone Mountain community, planned for 800 houses on 600 acres northwest of 64th Street and Lone Mountain Road. Prices range from $460,000 to $531,000 for homes of 2,900 to 3,800 square feet.

Lennar is planning 400 homes, including 48 in the first phase.

Lennar is in a joint venture with Pulte Homes to build Lone Mountain.

Pulte plans to start sales in April on its 390 home sites. That includes 60-foot-wide lots with homes targeted for move-up family buyers and empty nesters, Pulte spokeswoman Jacque Petroulakis said.

Lone Mountain’s model homes are within sight of Cactus Shadows High School.

The project is contoured to protect the washes with roughly half of the site preserved as open space, said Jones, the Lennar executive.

Much of the vegetation, including tall saguaros, has been preserved in place or replanted.

No back-to-back lots

The community is laid out so that none of the homes will be built back-to-back but will instead have open space with view fences. Lots are as large as a half-acre.

Lone Mountain is between 64th and 56th streets from Lone Mountain Road to Dove Valley Road, a mile south of Carefree Highway.

It is in Phoenix and the Cave Creek School District with a Scottsdale mailing address.

Lennar is offering four floor plans, two of them one-story layouts and all with three-car garages. Three of the plans have four bedrooms and a den, and the other has three bedrooms and a flexible room.

A 30-acre community park will feature a playground, basketball court and ramadas with picnic tables and barbecue grills.

A grand opening is planned from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the model homes, 5910 E. White Pine Drive. The entrance is off Lone Mountain Road at 60th Street.

Source: AZCentral

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