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.
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▶ 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.”
Las Vegas interior designers will get a chance to showcase their talents in a home remodel that will benefit the educational needs of under-resourced kids.
It’s probably a safe assumption that the typical Las Vegas high-rise buyer expects a view of at least one or two directions. In a $5.5-million penthouse, they probably expect even more, and…
According to a 2015 American Pet Products Association survey, 79.7 million (out of a total 124.6 million) American households have pets, with just over 54 million of those accounting for 77.8 million canine companions. Taking into consideration the 2010 U.S. Census reporting the nation’s urban population increasing by 12.1 percent between 2000 and 2010; the trend would suggest that more of our nation’s canines are becoming urbanized.
A pending home sale and plans to film a horror movie have prompted Penn and Emily Jillette to hold a yard sale this weekend at his old bachelor pad, The Slammer, 7601 W. Wigwam Ave. The couple said Saturday’s sale could spill over into Sunday.
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