Many of these historic homes and neighborhoods are on display during the fifth annual Nevada Preservation Foundation’s Home + History event April 26-28.
Retro to the last detail, David Ibarra and his husband, Jeff Andrews’s, 1963 rancher has a cool, hip, space-age vibe.
The former co-star of the Animal Planet reality television show “Tanked” has put his northwest Las Vegas Valley Tuscan-style villa on the market for $3.2 million.
It’s a good start to the luxury single-family home market for 2019, which shows no signs of slowing after a strong 2018.
Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous work Fallingwater, 613 Lido Drive in Boulder City is more than just a stunning property. Its past involves two different owners’ uncommon philanthropic support for The Meadows School in Summerlin.
Las Vegas home builder Jim Rhodes was like a dad with a newborn baby handing out cigars when he gave a tour of the Spanish Hills home he’s completing and has on the market for just shy of $30 million.
The 4,000-square-foot private courtyard of One Queensridge Place garden-level unit 103 mirrors the private villas found along the Italian hillsides.
Rick Harrison, the star of “Pawn Stars” on the History Channel knows who he is, and his Red Rock Country Club house in Summerlin that he’s put on the market reflects it.
Phil Maloof has put his one-of-a-kind Las Vegas condo in Palms Place on the market for $15 million dollars. It was most recently listed in 2014 for $38 million.
Our living environment could play a bigger role in our lives than we think. According to the laws of Chinese feng shui, it plays a significant role, directing the flow of energy in and through our surroundings.
Randy Johnston started out building a home in 2000 without knowing what the end result would be. All he wanted was a place that gave him seclusion some 187 miles from Las Vegas near Death Valley.
Late mobster Tony Spilotro’s Las Vegas home that garnered international attention when it was placed on the market in January has closed at its list price.
While living in the high-rise Turnberry Towers, the Smith Center President and CEO asked his Realtor to find him a “traditional” house close to work, and soon found the home that sang to him.
Bristol and Aubrey Marunde, the stars of HGTVs “Flip or Flop Vegas” are happily living in Henderson’s Anthem community and plan on staying put for a long time.
High-rise condo resales at the Waldorf Astoria in City Center dominated the highest end of the luxury market in 2018 as that sector remains stronger than the housing market as a whole.