Fairway Hills by Toll Brothers, an enclave of luxurious condominiums, is now selling in The Ridges village within the master-planned community of Summerlin. Considered the most exclusive village developed to date in Summerlin, The Ridges is best known as the home of many custom-home neighborhoods, along with a handful of exceptionally elegant single-family production home neighborhoods.
As the only condominium neighborhood within The Ridges, Fairway Hills brings the opportunity for carefree, maintenance-free living to one of Southern Nevada’s most desirable areas.
Nestled in a peaceful desert setting against Jack Nicklaus’ Bear’s Best golf course, which meanders throughout The Ridges staff-gated village, Fairway Hills is a gated neighborhood that features a clean and contemporary design aesthetic.
It offers three home designs in both one- and two-story options with floor plans ranging from 2,105 to 3,274 square feet and priced from the $700,000s. Models are expected to be complete this summer.
Fairway Hills condominium homes feature spacious outdoor living spaces that maximize the natural beauty of The Ridges and create a seamless indoor-outdoor environment. Its dramatic floor plans are ideal for entertaining and social gatherings.
According to Danielle Bisterfeldt, vice president of marketing for Summerlin, Fairway Hills is a long-awaited neighborhood in The Ridges that completes the village’s wide range of living opportunities.
“For nearly two decades, The Ridges village has become home to many of the city’s influencers, leaders and celebrities who have built some of the valley’s most stunning custom homes,” Bisterfeldt said. “The addition of Fairway Hills, an elegant and upscale condominium enclave, provides a lifestyle opportunity that has previously been missing in The Ridges. Demand for condo living in The Ridges is high, and as a result, Fairway Hills is poised for immediate success.”
Fairway Hills’ single-story Oakmont model spans 2,105 square feet with three bedrooms plus den, two bathrooms and a two-car garage. Expansive sliding doors open up the great room to the spacious covered porch; a versatile den offers great secondary living space, and the floor plan’s open design makes for easy entertaining.
At 2,500 square feet, the single-story Pinehurst model offers three of four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a two-car garage. A large den creates supplemental living space. The model features a well-equipped kitchen with a large center island with a breakfast bar, and select elevations offer covered balconies and decks.
The Monterey floor plan spans 3,274 square feet with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two half bathrooms. This two-story model features a three-car garage, an expansive balcony, a lower level guest room and a master bedroom overlook that highlights outdoor living and expands the overall size of the room.
As its name implies, The Ridges sits high above the valley on the western rim of Summerlin near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and the Spring Mountains. Many homes in The Ridges are situated adjacent to protected lands that never will be developed, further enhancing the area’s sense of sanctuary.
Homeowners in The Ridges, including Fairway Hills, have exclusive access to Club Ridges, the village’s 9,000-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness facility. Jack Nicklaus’ Bear’s Best golf course creates a green ribbon of open space, offering immediate access to this popular high-daily-fee course that features replications of many famous Nicklaus holes from other courses.
Just minutes from the 215 Beltway, The Ridges offers residents easy access to McCarran International Airport, the Strip and the Downtown Summerlin area, which offers fashion, dining, entertainment, Red Rock Resort and the future NHL practice facility for the Vegas Golden Knights, the city’s first professional sports franchise.
While The Ridges boasts desert contemporary architecture, its natural setting and elevation is what sets it apart from other luxury enclaves in Southern Nevada. Views from The Ridges are exceptional from sunrise to sunset and encompass both the glittering Las Vegas Strip and the dramatic rocky ridgeline that forever protects The Ridges from future development.