Centrally located in the midtown district, the 4-acre hub offers easy access to all daily necessities including grocery stores, pharmacies and libraries, as well as extensive recreational opportunities, fine dining, abundant shopping and exclusive lifestyle choices.
“Location is one of the most critical considerations when purchasing real estate,” Char Luxury Real Estate’s Ike Prinsloo said. “Park House offers residents ultra-convenient access to quality of life options many other communities can’t.”
The array of options within close proximity provide residents short commute times of around 15 minutes or less to most everything they need or want.
Minutes from Interstate 215, The Beltway, McCarran International airport is only 13 miles from the community.
“Accessibility to the freeway makes it easier to access places without having to take surface streets,” Prinsloo said. “It affords residents the ability to get anywhere in a short time frame.”
Adjacent major arterial provide a short drive to Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and other major grocery stores.
Only six miles from the iconic Las Vegas Strip, residents have easy access to world-class shopping, dining and entertainment.
The picturesque Chinatown neighborhood on Spring Mountain road offers an array of edible surprises. Just six miles away, the colorful district features enticing restaurants, incredible cultural shopping and unique entertainment.
To the north, the active urban Downtown Summerlin entices visitors with incredible shopping, dining and entertainment choices, including celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s new sports bar Wolfgang Puck Players Locker.
Summerlin’s Saturday morning farmers market lines the Pavilion with booths of fresh fruits, vegetables and homemade goodies.
Unique shopping and dining options also abound at Tivoli Village and Boca Park, just northeast of the community.
“Town Square is only 10 minutes away using the 215,” Prinsloo said about the shopping district on South Las Vegas Boulevard. “You really don’t have to drive 30 minutes or more to get anywhere.”
Just 10 miles away, the Downtown 18B Arts District and Smith Center for Performing Arts bring the world of fine art to residents.
Recreational opportunities abound for those seeking active and healthy lifestyles.
Area manicured parks, such as Desert Breeze Park, just under two miles away, features baseball, soccer, roller hockey, picnic areas, large dog park, community center and pool.
“They have food festivals and an amazing firework display on the Fourth of July,” Prinsloo said of Desert Breeze Park. “You can lay on the grass and look up in the air. It’s nothing but fireworks for 20 minutes. It’s really nice.”
A variety of the valley’s incredible golf courses beckon golfers of all levels. Golfers can choose from Angel Park Golf Club, TPC Las Vegas, Siena Golf Club and Bear’s Best Golf Course.
Bear’s Best Golf course, only three miles away, offers 18 holes hand-selected by Jack Nicklaus. The course encompassing Nicklaus’ favorite holes into one round of golf.
If tennis is more your game, several public courts, including the 11-acre Darling Tennis Center with 23 courts provide convenient access to improve your swing. The Center offers private and group lessons.
Getting in tune with nature is fun at the 180-acre Springs Preserve. In addition to walking trails, The Preserves showcase Las Vegas history with museums, galleries and outdoor events.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, accessed easily from I-215, offers incredible hiking, cycling, rock climbing, camping and other recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.
From Park House, sports fans have easy access to all the area’s professional events. It’s a quick trip to go to a Las Vegas Raiders game this fall, Golden Knights Hockey as well as Triple A Aviator Baseball in Downtown Summerlin.
Movie night is easy with several theaters close by, including Red Rock Casino and Downtown Summerlin.
“Park House’s ease of access to all the area’s premiere attractions and conveniences makes for easy living,” Prinsloo said. “Residents are close to everything they need or want on a daily basis.”
Park House is east of the 215 Beltway at Durango Drive (El Capitan) and West Flamingo Road. It offers 83 luxurious modern-design units in a secure, contained community.
Park House offers one- and two-bedroom condominium flats and three-bedroom loft-style town homes from the upper $200,000’s to the mid-$500,000’s. The units range from 1,058 square feet to 2,500 square feet.
On-site amenities include a 75-foot swimming pool surrounded by two tanning pools, heated spa, plush cabanas and day beds, rooftop sun deck with barbecue stations, communal fire pit areas, residential lounge and game room. Its two-story wellness center has state-of-the-art equipment, yoga/Pilates area, steam room, dry sauna and two massage rooms.
Park House provides enhanced security with cameras on all the exterior walls and interior communal areas. An attendant mans the front desk, seven days a week from 7 to 4 a.m.
This year the community is undergoing a refresh, creating a more luxurious ambiance throughout the common areas. The scope of work includes enhancing all the interior landscaping with large lush trees, shading all the open areas. Resurfacing the entire pool deck with cool decking. Additional workout equipment added to the gym, as well as increased security enhancements.
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