Akin to Willie Wonka’s golden ticket, one hard-working Realtor has the opportunity to walk away with $1 million. Robert Sibulkin of the Ivan Sher Group at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties is taking a bold step to reach luxury buyer’s agents.
Las Vegas luxury brokers recently experienced the mystic side of home sales. “Mystic” Mona Van Joseph, a professional, licensed psychic, entertained area listing agents during a special brokers open house held Aug. 16.
Inspired by the stunning castles of Europe, Rose Manor is a sophisticated replica of an 1800s Victorian castle.
This week, the Las Vegas-based reality TV stars announced they will be recording their upcoming season of “The Property Brothers” in Las Vegas. Previously, they have focused on homeowners in Canada, New York, Atlanta, Austin and Nashville.
California native Todd Fisher was introduced to Las Vegas via his mother’s career — show business. Debbie Reynolds performed frequently at the Riviera, Sands and Desert Inn.
Designed by the San Antonio-based firm, Lake Flato Architects, the 7,850-square-foot, one-level, Z-shaped home lists for $9.5 million. Its unique design blends the natural landscape into the overall palette, resulting in a desert-modern architectural treasure.
The first residents have moved into the Summit Club, an uber luxury residential community in Summerlin. The development has sold 106 of 146 lots and plans a price increase this fall with a strong demand for its multimillion-dollar lots.
About the Home Price: $650,000 Location: 3671 Tioga Way, Paradise Palms, adjacent to Las Vegas National golf course Size: 3,724 square feet, four bedrooms and four baths and two-car garage Features: One-story ranch-style home on more than one-third of an acre. Saltwater courtyard pool. Some $160,000 in renovations made to the home, including upgrading and expanding the kitchen and install bamboo flooring. History: Built in 1963 by restaurateur Fred Glausman and rented to casinos for celebrities who performed on the Strip. Currently owned by professional photographers Mark and Sarah Gascoine. Listing: Avi Dan-Goor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Rich MacDonald, the developer of MacDonald Highlands, has put his 2.4-acre, gated compound on the market. Named The MacDonald Estate in the MLS listing, the one-story, 10,000-square-foot home sits on a bluff above the fairways at DragonRidge Country Club. The home is listed for $8 million through Kristen Routh-Silberman, a Realtor with Synergy/Sotheby’s International Realty.
Luxury residential community MacDonald Highlands is the first master plan in the valley to install street lights powered by solar energy and is eyeing plans to include Wi-Fi in them in the future.