Sports betting icon Bill Walters will roll the dice for the third time with industry leader Concierge Auctions, this time on the sale of his Henderson property overlooking downtown Las Vegas, which will sell to the highest bidder without reserve on April 30.
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“What I love about our home is the lot. We looked at all of the home sites in The Ridges back in 2001 before choosing this one for the views. The back of the home faces the mountains, the nature.”
When Richard Yukes and Bella DuPrie first drove through the guard-gated entrance of The Ridges in Summerlin, they discovered a new place to call “home” with the Spring Mountains of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in the backdrop.
For years, the typical American backyard consisted of a gray cement patio, black-kettle Weber charcoal grill tucked away in the corner, a round glass table with a hole in the center sprouting an oversized beach umbrella and either a small grassy area or some sort of desert plants scattered amongst various grades of dull boring gravel.
The reason the couple moved to Las Vegas in 1979 was to take over Allen Rosoff’s parents’ nearly 50-unit motel, Glass Pool Inn on Las Vegas Boulevard.
“Any high-end home has an outdoor kitchen,” said Florence Shapiro, partner and luxury homes specialist at Shapiro & Sher Group, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties. “It’s an in-and-out way of living.”
When John and Jackie Miller decided to build their custom dream home, they had already checked off “select architectural designer” from their to-do list. They were certain the only choice could be John Miller’s childhood friend and co-founder of Blue Heron Design Build, Tyler Jones.
After five years of helping others realize their dream homes on four different HGTV shows, Las Vegas residents and rock stars of renovation Drew and Jonathan Scott have published their first book, “Dream Home: The Property Brothers’ Ultimate Guide to Finding & Fixing Your Perfect House” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt SRP: $30.00).
As a kid growing up in Puerto Rico, Mickey Gonzalez had his sights set on becoming an architect.
Luxury from the moment of entry best describes Turnberry Place penthouse suite No. 3801. Behind its elegant double-door entry, a grand foyer unfolds with a silver leaf dome and Murano glass chandelier.
The mansion at 8801 Palm Greens Court sits on a nearly 1.2-acre lot and encompasses 19,000 square feet in Summerlin’s prestigious neighborhood, Tournament Hills.
A lot can change in a few years. Need evidence? Look at the Liberace Mansion at 4982 Shirley St.
Thirty-five floors above City Center, Veer Towers penthouse suite, unit No. 3502, differentiates itself with its breathtaking view of the Strip.
Things were looking good for the luxury home market last year, and experts call for more of the same for 2016.
Mike and Linda Huhn love their Blue Heron-designed home in The Ridges of Summerlin so much that they're selling it and building a bigger, better one in Henderson's MacDonald Highlands.
A 13,943-square-foot home is built into a mountainside in Summerlin's exclusive The Ridges village.
Many of us would love to have the perfect space for our pets; fewer of us are willing to buy a house specifically for them.
You might think Nevada is overrun with millionaires but that's not the case.
In the halcyon days before the bottom dropped out of real estate, Las Vegas was the stairway to heaven for high-rise living.
Creating a comfortable, luxurious environment to mimic the spa without leaving the comfort and convenience of home is the latest trend in baths.
High-rises across Las Vegas offer residents spa amenities to promote relaxation.
Henderson luxury community Ascaya has announced it will break ground on its $25-million, 20,000-square-foot clubhouse Tuesday.
This 10,500-square-foot home, listed just shy of $9 million dollars and sits on a 20,000-square-foot lot overlooking the Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear's Best Las Vegas golf course.
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