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Capstone Communities announces availability of pre-sale homes at Virginia Lake Crossing



Capstone Communities is the first new homebuilder in Northern Nevada since the real estate collapse in 2008 and announces the availability of pre-sale homes at its Virginia Lake Crossing community prior to the expected Grand Opening in March.

Single family and townhome models are currently under construction and the first homes are expected to be ready for move in by March. “We believe we’ve reached the bottom in the real estate market and have a great opportunity to be part of the economic recovery in Northern Nevada,” said Capstone partner, Mike Branson. “We’re developing this unique community with a variety of floor-plans and excellent amenities at a price point we know will interest a variety of buyers looking for value in this market.”

Both Camden Place and Glen Manor offer two spacious floor plans in a community centrally located in Reno across from Virginia Lake. Prices and sizes range from the Camden Place homes starting at $174,950 for a 1,494 square foot home with 2 car attached garage to Glen Manor’s largest model of 1,839 square feet offered at $213,950 also with a 2 car attached garage. “Interested buyers will find a lot of value in our homes and not just in the quality construction and home warranty, but in the lifestyle we believe people in our area look for. There’s just not another community in Reno like it at these price points,” stated Darrin Indart, Capstone partner.

Virginia Lakes Crossing is the only community inside the McCarran Blvd. loop offering new homes of this type. Its location allows for easy access to shopping, entertainment and all the outdoor activities the Reno/Tahoe region affords.

Capstone is currently accepting requests for information about this community. To receive information, contact them at (775) 248-8317, email [email protected] or visit www.capstonenv.com to view more information about each floor plan. More details about the Virginia Lakes Crossing Grand Opening will be announced in February.

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