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.
Shane and Willow Jager are right out of central casting and so is their Seven Hills home. The Henderson couple, the owners of Elite Pest Control and whose 100-foot-long pool — three times the normal size — was featured on HGTV’s “Pool Kings,” have listed their home, which was made for entertaining and kids, and includes an indoor basketball court. It’s on the market for $6,750,000.
Hidden west of the Las Vegas Valley is the exclusive Ridges Promontory neighborhood, with an available custom-designed estate, rich in amenities.
Debbie and Lenny Shwetz love living in MacDonald Highlands, so much that downsizing into a smaller home didn’t occur to them, until the option of buying a brand new one in the same community came up. Now they’re having their cake and eating it, too.
In April, interior design consultant Tiffany Sparks of Tiffany Sparks Design presented a home makeover workshop held at MacDonald Highlands DragonRidge Country Club. It was part of a spring Lifestyle Series for residents of the Henderson luxury community, sponsored by Luxury Realtor Kristen Routh-Silberman Synergy, who manages sales of the custom lots in community. Topics ranged from landscaping, exterior renovations and smarthome technology.
Las Vegas Realtor Ivan Sher, who handles luxury real estate, said he has several multimillion dollar deals in escrow as the market continues to be strong. During the first 3½ months of the year, his team did more than $100 million in sales in what is heading for their best year ever.
A simple walk with a friend resulted in a serendipitous encounter with a plot of land and a future modern Mount Charleston retreat.
Sher, who handles luxury real estate, said he has several multimillion dollar deals in escrow as the market continues to be strong. During the first 3½ months of the year, his team did more than $100 million in sales in what is heading for their best year ever.
Behind the black-iron decorative gate with a shiny golden “L” on Shirley Street lies glitz, opulence, a love of music, art, over-the-top design and Las Vegas entertainment history.
Eight of the leading Las Vegas luxury architects, builders and residential designers talk about the recent home design trends, and how modern is replacing the Tuscan and Mediterranean styles in the valley. Most have embraced the popular modern look that has become common in new luxury home communities.