A Seven Hills luxury home may be representative of a city culture emerging from adolescence. The striking, glass-and-steel structure contains five bedrooms and measures nearly 8,500 square-feet of living space.
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Ascaya, a luxury home development in Henderson, welcomed its first occupants into a stunning custom-designed home at the beginning of the year.
Las Vegas residents and beloved stars of the HGTV series “The Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott are giving their devotees the opportunity to own a bona fide, Scott brothers-designed home.
During the 1980s when Las Vegas was a much smaller community, Andrew and Jodi Fonfa met, married and worked hard at their respective careers. By the time the new millennium arrived, they were successful enough to build their dream house in The Ridges of Summerlin.
Beyond spindly, denuded trees, a cold breeze softly rippled the surface of the rounded swimming pool surrounded by verandas. Only a few residents were visible, traversing the large, grassy common areas between the units and clubhouse. On this late afternoon, the grounds took on a feeling of hibernation, but this perception was deceiving. Elysian West — emblematic of the city’s residential building surge — is buzzing.
Christopher Homes has launched a new luxury hillside development in MacDonald Highlands featuring townhomes.
Sometimes a home’s curb appeal is the best it has to offer. In the case of 5114 Spanish Hills Drive, a 12,000-square-foot home in the guard gated community of Spanish Hills, it’s only the beginning.
The lack of a state tax is fueling entrepreneurs to relocate to Las Vegas and build luxury custom homes.
Behind 8101 O’Bannon Drive’s double iron gates lies an unexpected luxurious estate marked in sophistication.
Despite the responsibilities of being a husband, the father of four young daughters, and putting on his “Comedy Hypnosis” show six nights a week, for the past seven years Marc Savard has produced the mesmerizing display. For some in the community, it has become a beloved tradition and has even earned its own Facebook page with a YouTube video shot from the sky: www.facebook.com/houseonrobindale .
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