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I am for sale. A two-story Harvard Model home in the Anthem Coventry Homes development in the City of Henderson, NV 89052 built in 2001. Here are a few pictures that I feel represent my status as a beautiful home for my next owners. MLS#469000

View from the Cul-de-Sac

View from the Cul-de-Sac

One of my great features is my prime location on the end of a cul-de-sac. Here's my front view taken shortly after my family moved in in 2001, so the plants are still young. You can see the large two car door and the 3rd car garage is that room in front. All though it's a planned community, and there are 4 Harvard models (that's me!) on the Cul-de-Sac, the elevations (that's the way the front of the house looks) are so different that you would never know it. HOA rules are in effect, so everyone's front yard always looks nice too.


Backyard Snow

Backyard Snow

This photo was taken on January 6, 2005 when the Las Vegas valley was visited by a morning blanket of snow. This picture is looking back to the far corner of the lot (see lot plan) from the kitchen door. We were originally planning to put the pool in the far corner figuring that by the time you walked from the pool to the house in the heat of summer you'd be dry. It also makes it easy to fence off from any exploring toddlers.


Balcony View

Balcony View

Another view of my backyard, this time from the balcony off the master suite. This view looks back to the far corner of the lot. A great place to put a pool if you're so inclined.


View from my backyard

View from my backyard

If you've read the description, then you know I have the largest lot in the Anthem Coventry Homes development. At .62 acres there is plenty of room to build the backyard of your dreams. Heck even my two sideyards are the size of most Las Vegas area backyards. I'm aligned pretty much North/South with my back facing south. As you an see there are plenty of windows, and set of french doors, from which to enjoy the sun and the view.


Front Entry Way

Front Entry Way

My front entryway leads upto a nice covered patio with tall double doors. The plants are a little undergrown here, but today they are a full healthy community of green things.


My Kitchen

My Kitchen

My kitchen adjoins the large family room and together they are the social center of the house. With double ovens, microwave, refridgerator, stovetop, and dishwasher from the GE performance profile appliance group my family makes great dishes for the holidays and all year round. The huge oak cabinets provide lots of storage space for their many dishes and and smaller appliances too. A good sized island in the middle makes food preparation easy. My family's wife likes to bake and the husband cooks a lot. There is plenty of room for both to be in the kitchen at the same time, which they enjoy.


Child's Bedroom Mural

Child's Bedroom Mural

The wife in my family is an amazingly talented artist and craftsperson. She hand painted this Dr. Suess mural in her first child's bedroom. This room also has great views of the LV strip and a nice walk in closet for all the kids clothes and toys.


Child's Bedroom with Mural - 2

Child's Bedroom with Mural - 2

Another view of the mural in the front bedroom. Look at those great Tuffula Trees and the Cat in the Hat!


December 2003 Snowfall

December 2003 Snowfall

In 2003 the whole Las Vegas are experienced a 20 year snowfall. I had 5 inches of snow on my front yard for most of the morning. It was fun. My family came out and made snow angels, the neighbor kids built snowmen, and a fun time was had by all. My family loves to decorate for christmas too, note the wonderful garland they have decked me with.


Disneyland Marquee Castle - Move Day

Disneyland Marquee Castle - Move Day

When the moving truck drove up to my driveway, the first thing they unloaded was this amazine 18ft tall and 11ft wide metal Disneyland Marquee Castle. This is the actual castle that sat on the top of the Disneyland sign for all those years. I was excited to have it on my property. Alas, it had to be sold back to Disneyland before it could be installed in my large living room with the 24 foot ceilings.


Disneyland Marquee Castle in Crate

Disneyland Marquee Castle in Crate

On moving in day my family suprised me with a special one of a kind collectible. This was the actual 18 foot tall gold castle off the old Disneyland Marquee. It was to go in my 24 foot ceiling front room, but through a series of strange events I hope to explain later, ended up getting sold back to Disneyland. It was fun while I had it.