At the end of a long Monday, you hop in the car and make the drive home. After a short stint on the highway, you pull up to the Anthem Highlands gate. Input the code, and catch yourself thanking the system that allows you to have peace of mind when sleeping at night.
This service keeps your family safe. You pull into the driveway and then the two car garage and see your spouse is already home. Relief. Happiness. You’re anxious to get inside to the comfort and warmth of your spacious Anthem Highlands home. Warm tiles and hardwood floors greet your feet as you kiss the spouse and the kids, doing homework at the table. The smell of dinner coming from the oven brings a warmth and comfort to you.
You cross to the plush carpeted stairs to change out of your work clothes. You walk into the familiar but always stunning master suite— spacious, warm, a place to relax. The walk in closet provides plenty of storage for all the t-shirts you refuse to throw out. You hear the kids’ laughter downstairs and smile to yourself. Your home is plenty big for everyone to have their own space, the three kids all have their own rooms, and yet you’re all still connected by the wide halls, the open balcony on the second level.
The doorbell rings. It’s the next door neighbor, dropping off a plate of cookies with their kids, just because. After small talk, you say you’ll see them this week at the local park for the soccer game that they boys will play in. And don’t forget the golf at Anthem Country Club this Saturday. You’d never imagined you’d have this kind of community when you moved to Anthem Highlands in Henderson. You walk into your office with its refined bookshelves made of rich oak and write a thank you letter to give them later this week.
You walk back into the kitchen and set the dining room table for dinner, and settle down to a warm meal with your family. Tonight you’ll read books with the kids and tuck them into bed. Maybe catch the latest episode of your favorite TV show in bed, your sanctuary.
Anthem Highlands in Henderson: this is home.