Upscale consumers who demand a lifestyle of luxury are increasingly looking for ways to add indulgence to the loo.
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The modern contemporary design of Dr. Lionel Handler’s home set in Tournament Hills’ predominantly Tuscan neighborhood gives it an edge in the ever-changing real estate market.
Renowned poker players and owners of Card Player Media Barry and Allyn Shulman didn’t have much luck selling their French-style penthouse condo at the Metropolis the traditional way.
NBA player Jordan Farmar and his wife, Jill Oakes Farmar, a former professional soccer player, have put their MacDonald Highlands house up for sale. Farmar recently signed as a point guard for the Sacramento Kings.
Luxury communities in Southern Nevada offer a lot of things — golf, country clubs and family outings and activities. The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas at CityCenter stands out with its exotic car club.
▶ 2874 Red Arrow Drive — $3.8 million; 6,886 square feet. Parcel No. 164-11-211-010. Seller: The RDC Nevada Trust II dated Nov. 25, 2015. Buyer: Neil Weisbrod.
The first newly constructed townhomes along Lake Tahoe in decades are for sale in Kings Beach on the California side of the border.
A recently renovated Las Vegas mansion once owned by famed pianist and Las Vegas entertainer Liberace will house a charity event for homeless youth at the end of September.
Debating whether your next house should be a custom or semi-custom project? In Southern Nevada, the fiscal dividing point between the two is about $2 million dollars.
Over customizing a home should be avoided, experts caution. Buyers should bear in mind that eventually, they will want to sell the house and that not everyone may share their appreciation for 24-karat gold fixtures, says Realtor Frank Napoli. “I can’t tell you how many times a client has told me, we had no intention of ever leaving, and then … so yes, build your home and customize it the way you’re going to want to enjoy it, but always keep in mind, eventually you will want to sell it.”
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