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New MacDonald Highlands Custom Home Breaking Ground Early December

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Chateau Development is proud to announce that in early December of this year, they will be breaking ground on a new custom home. The property is located inside of the exclusive guard gated community, MacDonald Highlands. The energy-efficient custom home is 6,744 square feet, situated on a hillside lot with breathtaking views of the entire valley. This contemporary designed home has four bedrooms, along with four and two half baths.  The massive great room features a balcony overlooking the Las Vegas Strip and the entire valley. The lower level includes a game room with full bar and retractable walls for the perfect outdoor entertaining as well as a large office with a private entry. Other features include a home theater with seating for nine, a large gourmet kitchen complete with Viking appliances and a large island for family gatherings. The floor plan is open and spacious with retractable walls in the great room, dining room and master bedroom for seamless indoor/outdoor living.

Chateau Development is partnering with Richard MacDonald Sr. for this Richard Luke Designed property. The expected date of completion for this home is December 2014. If you are interested in hearing more about this spectacular home, please contact Chateau Development at 702-303-5480.




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Materials and Labor Costs Causing Home Price Increases

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Have you ever wondered why does the cost of a new home seem so steep?

With the material and labor costs increasing, home development prices are on the rise too. There are plenty of hidden costs in the price of building a home that most buyers don’t think about. Each section of your house can take multiple hands to fully construct from framing, plumbing, cabinets and countertops, to gas and heat and don’t forget about the tile, grout, and wood finishing too! All these tasks require special traits of multiple craftsmen who need to cover their overheads. There are 3 rising materials and labor costs to a new home development that most home buyers do not take in to consideration when buying (see below).
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