Providence Homes are located in the Northwest section of Las Vegas. Providence is in the nations top 10 selling master planned communities and in the top 2 selling master planed communities in Nevada. The developer of Providence homes put a lot of thought and creativity into the overall design. The developer, Focus Property Group, has been able to provide the residents with the beauty of desert landscaping to preserve water use in the Las Vegas valley. There are a variety of Providence homes starting in the high $100's. The builders here offer everything from single story homes to 3 story homes and even options that offer roof top decks and solar.
Providence Amazing Parks
Providence currently has three large, beautiful parks; Huckleberry, Knickerbocker and the Promenade. Huckleberry Park is the newest one of the three. It recently had its grand opening in September of 2015. The name was inspired by the classic Mark Twain character Huckleberry Finn. This park has a multi-use event field where you can do anything from play sports to have holiday event parties for the whole neighborhood to enjoy. Huckleberry Park has something to do for all ages including full court basketball, swings, picnic benches, elevated outdoor stage, plus a large and small dog park. The community has already utilized this amazing park by hosting some of their biggest events of the year such as Providence's 1st annual Food Truck Round-Up. This event was held in November where the event's theme was "Together We CAN Food Drive". For every 5 canned food items donated you would receive $1 in Truck Bucks. Famous food trucks lined the park selling delicious options such as full course entrees, hot chocolate, cookies, pies and so much more. The event had a DJ, games and offered tons of fun for all ages. Huckleberry park also hosted Providence's December event called Hometown Holidays. From 4-8pm residents enjoyed festive holiday activities. At the end of the night the event finished with a beautiful firework display around Providence Homes.
The second park that has everybody in Providence buzzing about is called Knickerbocker Park. This 15 acre park cost a total of $2.2 million dollars to construct. Knickerbocker Park received it's name much like Huckleberry. Knickerbocker was named in honor of literary great Washington Irving, whose “Knickerbocker Tales,” a collection of stories from 19th century upstate New York include “Rip Van Winkle,” “The Headless Horseman” and many others. This park is equipped with a multi-use events field, youth baseball field, splash pad, swing sets, two playgrounds, jogging paths, picnic areas, dog parks and exercise stations. Knickerbocker Park has also hosted many of Providence's events. The 4th of July event, "Stars, Stripes and Sparks", had the entire community raving about the incredible firework extravaganza. The 10-minute firework show incorporated a variety of multi-colored, patterned, color-changing special effects all while being choreographed to the music of popular patriotic songs. In addition to the fireworks, "Stars, Stripes and Sparks" featured live music, contests, food vendors, sponsor booths and an array of fun activities for the entire family within Providence homes.
The 3rd park, hidden from the hustle and bustle, is called the Promenade. This park is the center piece of Providence homes. The peaceful Promenade joins the community together. Here residents can enjoy a nice jog, walk or bike through the Promenade pathways. In the middle of the path lies a beautiful secluded park with grassy fields and a playground. Residents can take a break from their active lives to rest on the bench and take in the lush scenery. At night the Promenade path is lit for evening strolls right in between Providence homes.
Providence homes is very community oriented and thrives on the community coming together by offering a multitude of events. Providence has community yard sales, block parties, ice cream socials, canned food drives, holiday events, superb landscaping, roaming security patrol, decorations at the parks and on street poles for holiday seasons. All of this is just the main community itself, but each individual community has additional events and activities specific for that neighborhood. For example some neighborhoods will have a holiday light contest, host a trick or treat gathering, or plan a park movie night. Don't be surprised when you see bounce houses, face painting and free catered food at these neighborhood events. Some of the top builders in the country have built stunning homes in Providence. These builders consist of Pulte, Woodside, Lennar, Toll Brothers, Richmond American, Ryland, Beazer, KB Homes and Summit Homes. Providence homes offers a large variety of homes to choose from and the majority of the homes are equipped with energy efficient qualities; giving you more savings on your utility bills. Call us today so we can show you the excitement behind the Providence lifestyle and the amazing Providence homes for sale with great prices 702.996.6656.