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.
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.
Brett Raymer’s home in northwest Las Vegas is such a sanctuary for him that he when he’s away, he often feels like a fish out of water.
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.
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.
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.
The developer of One Queensridge Place has put his posh penthouse on the market for the first time since it was built in 2006. It is one of just four Crown Penthouses built in the ultra-luxurious Las Vegas residence, far from the hustle and bustle of the Strip.
Entertainer Frank Marino, the legendary Las Vegas female impersonator and star of “Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas” at the Linq, has always had flair to spare and plenty of devoted fans.
Ascaya, the luxury community emerging in the southern hills of Henderson, is celebrating the completion of its second inspiration home. From the low-fenced entry courtyard and visible sight lines across the living area, it seems to beckon visitors to come in and enjoy the desert splendor in a comfortable family home.