An East-coast inspired property, 9217 White Tail Drive epitomizes the true meaning of home. With beautiful hardwood flooring, heavy solid-core doors, wood-cased windows and tasteful light fixtures, this home exudes a traditional, classic and timeless warmth.
Tall windows and skylights fill the home with natural light and bright ambiance. The beautiful white kitchen has a middle island, breakfast bar and secret walk-in pantry.
The expansive master bedroom features a charming window seat, two-way fireplace, separate sitting room, office and an oversized balcony overlooking the beautiful backyard.
In addition to four sizable guest bedrooms complete with private ensuite bathrooms and large walk-in closets, this property also includes a media room that can be used as a fifth guest bedroom.
The oversized recreational room, complete with a sunken bar, is the perfect space for entertaining and accommodating many guests! Well situated on over 14,000 square feet, this home sits on the greenbelt behind the guarded gates of Eagle Hills.
With a sparkling pool & spa, mature landscaping, built-in-BBQ, and a balanced use of grass and pavers, this backyard is the perfect place to enjoy with friends and family.
Madison works at the Ivan Sher Group where she specializes in the sale of luxury homes in Las Vegas. Madison leverages her knowledge of the local marketplace dynamics and her business acumen to drive her analytical and creative approach to negotiations. An attentive listener, Madison has a strong understanding of her clients’ wants and needs and can produce results accordingly. With her tenacity and around-the-clock work ethic, Madison is determined to provide all of her clients with exceptional service.
Madison graduated Magna Cum Laude from Washington University in St. Louis as a Danforth Scholar with dual degrees in Marketing and Entrepreneurship and a minor in Communication Design. Madison has always had a passion for real estate and has played an active role in numerous real estate projects across the country.
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