The heart of historic Las Vegas holds a glamourous property that personifies a timeless era and has a rich history marked by notable residents including the late country music legend, Kenny Rogers.
The global pandemic and desire for more space and isolation appears to have benefited Lake Las Vegas in a strong way in 2020 and the lakeside community is on pace to have its best year since prior to the Great Recession more than a decade ago.
The luxury new-home market and price point just below $1 million continues to be strong despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and builders say they don’t expect it to slow through the end of the year and into 2021.
It’s a home of understated sophistication, built with quality luxury materials and thoughtfully designed. The owners who built the 6,903-square-foot home in Ascaya in 2017 worked with Las Vegas-based Sun West Custom Homes to create a comfortable modern nest atop the Henderson hilltop. It was one of the first homes in the new luxury residential community that is off Horizon Ridge Parkway east of Green Valley Parkway.
The CEO of Monster Inc. has sold his Henderson home for $7 million as the luxury market sets a record despite the coronavirus pandemic. That’s the third highest price paid for a valley home this year in a transaction that closed Oct. 16.
The 3,249-square-foot, modern-style home in the tiny town of Blue Diamond is a statement of the Las Vegas Valley’s growing sophistication in luxury trends.
Located in Lake Las Vegas’ exclusive South Shore community, 12 Dolce Luna Court expresses the sleek sophistication and laid-back comfort of luxurious resort living down to its stunning lake views.
Las Vegas doesn’t have an NBA franchise yet, but the city is serving as a home for many current and former professional basketball players.
Las Vegas saw its second highest sale of 2020 recorded Monday when a Summerlin home in an enclave in The Ridges known for the one of the highest elevation in the valley sold for $10.15 million.
In addition to the crafted stonework, mosaic tiles, marble in-lay and alderwood built-ins, the home has an unusual rooftop observation tower, which gives a 360-degree of the Las Vegas Valley. Robertson and her family call it the Watch Tower.
Comedian and actor Andrew Dice Clay calls it his “lucky house” for his career — an appropriate place to call home for the last 19 years in a gambling mecca like Las Vegas — and where he’s entertained celebrities and fellow comedians over the years.
A three-story Mediterranean-style mansion in Lake Las Vegas, which was designed based on a couple’s love of Italy and built for entertainment, has hit the market for $7.95 million.
The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted many high-rise owners and their lifestyles. However, a Palms Place penthouse that recently listed for $2.5 million has most of its lifestyle amenities open.
The 2017 Home of the Year in the valley has been bought for $4.71 million by a real estate investor who is the CEO and owner of World Gym Taiwan.
Vegas Golden Knight right wing Alex Tuch paid $2.35 million for a new home in The Ridges in Summerlin. The deal closed July 2.