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Neighborhood features golf-course views

Southern Highlands Realty is now selling home sites in its Olympia Ridge Estates neighborhood. The lots are perched along the ridgelines and hilltops that surround the Southern Highlands Golf Club, offering views of the fairways, natural rock outcroppings or the lights of Las Vegas.

These lots offer estate living within a 24-hour, guard-gated community. The neighborhood consists of 110 estate home sites ranging in size from one-half acre to 2 acres. Prices start at $1 million.

Purchases include an invitation to join the private Southern Highlands Golf Club, according to Southern Highlands Realty President Mitch McClellan.

The club was cited as the 15th best golf-course community in the nation by Golf Week, and as the No. 1 Club in America by Golf Digest Index.

The course was designed by the father-and-son team of Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr.

Members are entitled to all the amenities of the Southern Highlands Clubhouse and Spa Southern Highlands, which includes a 25-meter lap pool, private cabanas, separate children’s swimming pool and fun play area, oversized outdoor Jacuzzi, full workout facilities, spa treatments and tennis courts.

“It has been exciting watching the hillsides of this community transform,” McClellan said. “This highly prestigious neighborhood will be unlike any other in the Las Vegas Valley.”

To visit Olympia Ridge at The Estates at Southern Highlands, drive south on Interstate 15 to exit 27 and exit west onto Southern Highlands Parkway. Continue on Southern Highlands Parkway to Robert Trent Jones Lane and then make a right-hand turn to The Estates Sales Center. For more information visit SouthernHighlandsRealty.com or call Southern Highlands Realty at 616-2500.

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