Silverleaf Realty closes 5 homes in newest neighborhood

Construction on the newest Silverleaf neighborhood. (submitted photo)

Construction on the newest Silverleaf neighborhood. (submitted photo)

Silverleaf Realty in Scottsdale has announced that five of 19 homes in the newest Silverleaf neighborhood, The Village are sold.

Two villas and three cottages have been purchased by buyers new to Silverleaf and current Silverleaf owners.  Two of these homes will also feature basements. The sold homes range in size from 2,733 to 4,851 square feet and sale prices range from $2.5 million to over $4 million, according to a press release.

The homes were sold by Silverleaf Realty.

The Village at Silverleaf broke ground in December and buyers on the reservation list have started to close on their new homes in this exclusive enclave that sits at the edge of the Silverleaf Golf Club. There are 12 villas and seven club cottages in the neighborhood.

These “jewel boxes” were designed by world-renowned Oz Architects and will be constructed by Cullum Homes, the release stated.  The architectural style of the Clubhouse continues in these homes.

“The homes in the Village at Silverleaf are architecturally striking and built to live in with ease and elegance,” stated Mike Sweeney, designated broker of Silverleaf Realty in the release. “Add that to the amazing views and its enviable location in Silverleaf, next to the course and the club, and buyers are ready to design their dream home at the Village.”

A number of the homes in this neighborhood are under reservation and sales are continuing.  Buyers interested in The Village at Silverleaf can contact Silverleaf Realty at 480-502-6902.

An artist's rendering of the new Silverleaf neighborhood, The Village. (submitted photo)

An artist’s rendering of the new Silverleaf neighborhood, The Village. (submitted photo)

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