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Landsea Homes Corporation, a publicly traded residential homebuilder, announced that homes are now selling at Rev at Eastmark, the Company’s newest neighborhood within the lager Eastmark master plan in Mesa, Arizona.
“We’re excited to announce even more homes for sale in the amazing Eastmark master plan with Rev at Eastmark,” said Todd Condon, vice president of sales and marketing, Arizona division, Landsea Homes in a statement. “This collection of 90 new homes offers a modern take on a suburban aesthetic with an all-new collection of floorplans supporting indoor-outdoor living, and LiveFlex options to cater to homebuyers’ varying lifestyle needs.”
Rev at Eastmark consists of 90 single-family homes in four different floorplans. The homes range from 1,810 to 2,410 square feet with options for three to five bedrooms and two-and-a-half to three bathrooms. Select floorplans will feature LiveFlex options for a study or loft. Prices begin at $554,990.
Located in the heart of Mesa, Eastmark amenities include neighborhood parks, The Mark community center, which is the central hub of Eastmark, a 4,000-square-foot Community Pool, and Steadfast Farm, a two-acre bio-intensive market farm focused on growing fruits, vegetables and flowers using organic practices.
The large-scale community of 3,200 acres integrates new homes with employment, education, recreation, and commerce, and boasts easy access to the 101, 202 and 60 highways. Mesa is the most populous city in the Phoenix metro area’s East Valley.
All homes at Rev at Eastmark also contain Landsea Homes’ High Performance Home features including smart home automation technology utilized by the Apple HomeKit environment and energy savings to make life at home healthier and more comfortable. The smart home automation features include an Apple HomePod mini, wireless network Internet throughout the home, entry door locks, thermostat control, garage door opener control, light dimmer switches, doorbell camera pre-wire, and white glove service with an individualized training session.