Reminiscent of an English castle, the home known as Dragon Rock in MacDonald Highlands embodies unprecedented elegance, and his its own British pub in the basement.
The chance to own a 2-acre horse property at a 5,490-foot elevation, 25 minutes from McCarran Airport, doesn’t comealong very often in Mountain Springs, a historic community with less than 70 privately owned parcels.
Construction at The Summit Club, Summerlin’s ultra luxury community, is taking shape and the first residents are expected to move into their homes in the spring.
When it comes to acquiring this piece of Southern Nevada real estate, there’s nothing wrong with getting the shaft.
Nipton, California, the tiny, historic town 10 miles south of Primm, was for sale for three years before being bought last October by a Phoenix-based company that promotes grass, and we’re not talking about the kind you have to nag your kids to mow.
It’s not very often that a Realtor lands the opportunity to sell a whole town, but when Tony Castrignano’s friends and Henderson neighbors wanted to sell Nipton, California, they turned to him.
With the newest Toll Brothers community in The Cliffs in Summerlin, homeowners are getting a front-row seat to its namesake at Granite Heights.
The Las Vegas high-rise condo market continues to soar and shows no signs of slowing down and could further benefit in 2018 from Californians ongoing migration to Southern Nevada, according to analysts and real estate professionals.
The boutique residential home building firm Paragon Life Builders was started in 2015 and is responsible for 18 finished homes around the valley from Lake Las Vegas to Mountain’s Edge. And although that number may be modest by comparison, it will likely quadruple in 2018, according to the company’s principals, Mo Seebeck and Eric Tan.
Singer Pia Zadora might have a swanky room named for her at one of Las Vegas’ most revered hot spots, “Pia’s Place” at Piero’s Italian Cuisine, but the place she really holds dear is her home in The Ridges of Summerlin.