Sustainable luxury homes with integrated Tesla technology coming to Southern Highlands
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Growth Luxury Homes announced Monday that it had acquired the majority of land in a neighborhood that is a part of the Southern Highlands Golf Club.
Located at the edge of the southwest valley, the land adds to the company’s holdings in the master-planned community dubbed “The Canyon Collection,” which is a combination of the Augusta Canyon and Shadow Canyon neighborhoods.
The land will make available to customers Growth Luxury’s custom homes made with organic design elements and Tesla technology integration aimed at optimizing sustainability.
The community is meant to be an exclusive desert haven while offering panoramic views of the valley and mountains.
“Our homes in Augusta Canyon will be the best-valued luxury custom residences in Las Vegas, while also offering organic, thoughtful designs that encourage a sustainable lifestyle through intuitive technology,” said Founder and Chairman of Luxury Growth Homes Phillippe Ziade.
Pricing for the homes will start just above $2 million, giving homeowners the opportunity to design, build and move into their fully-furnished, Tesla-powered home within 13 months or less through an efficient custom home building process.
The company says that it plans to bring green technology into the designs of homes while maintaining sophistication, effectively making the homes sustainable and able to reduce waste and cost.
Ziade explained, “The architecture will blend indoor and outdoor spaces to capture the extraordinary natural lush greenery woven throughout the neighborhood, a rarity in the Southwest United States.”
Each home will come with a Tesla electric car, as a standard amenity, along with a charging station, a solar panel system and Tesla’s “Powerwalls,” which store electricity like batteries.
Plus, these homes will be nestled in Southern Highlands, which is ranked top 100 golf communities in the country by Travel + Leisure.
Those interested in learning more about this project and others like it can head to the website.
Courtesy of News 3 Las Vegas