Las Vegas, located in southern Nevada near the Colorado River, is the largest city in the state. Discovered by Spanish explorers in 1829 and settled by Mormons in the 1850s, the area that would become Las Vegas developed as a stopping point for settlers on their way to California.



The Las Vegas Valley as a whole serves as the leading financial, commercial, and cultural center for Nevada.

At the turn of the century, railroads helped grow the city, but the most significant development came in 1931, when gambling became legal in Nevada. Casinos and hotels sprung up in the downtown area; after World War II, “the strip” was created, with huge hotels, restaurants and entertainment and gambling complexes that lure vacationers and fortune seekers from both coasts. Las Vegas now has more hotel rooms than any city in the world, and 19 of the world’s 20 largest hotels. Those looking to visit should have no problems finding a travel agent that is well equipped to highlight all that Las Vegas has to offer. With no city or state taxes and new hotels constantly creating jobs, Las Vegas attracts young transplants seeking fortunes from its bustling economy.


Summerlin is a Master planned community in the Las Vegas Valley on the Northwest side of town between the Spring Mountains and Red Rock Canyon.
Howard Hughes acquired this area in the 1950s and named it after his Grandmother, Jean Amelia Summerlin. Homes started popping up at the end of 1990  and occupy over 22,500 acres with 230 parks and over 24 public and private schools. 9 golf course(so far).

Summerlin is divided into  Summerlin North, Summerlin, South Summerlin, West Sun City, and Siena.

In 2014 Downtown Summerlin opened with 125 shops, dining, and entertainment. There are 25 parks and 4 community pools, Res rock canyon offers 26 hiking trails, Bouldering, rock climbing, and camping!

Summerlin is also Home to the Las Vegas Ball Park and City National Area. Which is the practice facility for the Vegas Golden Knights.

There are 5 communities adjacent to Summerlin:
Desert Shores
Peccole Ranch
Queens Ridge
Spanish Hills

Centennial encompasses the NW corner of Las Vegas and is one of the new Las Vegas Neighborhoods and has low crime. It’s about 30 min from the Strip and McCarran Airport and 10 min from the entrance heading to Mt Charleston.

Desert Shore encompasses 682 acres with 4 man-made lakes. Its adjacent to Summerlin in the northwestern corridor by Smoke Ranch and N Rampart.

The Desert Shores community was developed in the 80’s and has 3,351 homes including custom homes in gated communities. The custom homes have access to the lake and some may have private docks. All the Desert Shores residences have access to one of the sandy beaches with volleyball, basketball, paddle boating, a 2100 sq. ft clubhouse and 8.5 miles of community trails.

The Lakes is Located in the Western part of Las Vegas. West of Summerlin and North of Peccole Ranch and Canyon Gate on the corner of Sahara and Durango. Its Approximately 2 Square miles and the centerpiece is a Man-made lake called Lake Sahara. There you will find Gated and Guard gated homes and a small group of Condos.

The lakes consist of 300 + homes with 7 lake villages which consist of shopping and commercial plazas.  20 minutes from Red Rock Canyon, Close to I 215, and downtown Summerlin. At the North end of Lake Sahara is Lake Town Center Plaza. With a restaurant, mini market, dry cleaner that you can actually pull your boat right up to dock! The Lakes is only 1 of 2 places in the valley where you can walk thru your backyard to your private dock, and jump on your own boat.

Lake Las Vegas in Henderson Nv has a 320-acre man-made lake and 3 hotels.  If you’re looking for something on the waterfront, estates at Reflection Bay would be for you. Custom lots sitting on 1acre waterfront property on the Northshore. For an Added sense of Security and prestige, the Estates At Reflection Bay is Double Gated.

Homeowners get more for their money living at Lake Las Vegas. Currently, there are 1900 homes and more and more permits are being pulled monthly, the majority of Buyers are from Europe, Cali, and New York.

With 10 miles of shoreline, you can enjoy hiking, biking, boating, kayaking, Stand Up paddle boarding(SUP) Yacht cruises, electric paddle boat rentals and competitive rowing and don’t forget the Reflection Bay Golf Course a signature design by Jack Nicklaus.

Paradise Nevada is govern by the county not the city of Las Vegas and actually contains McCarran airport and UNLV.  This is in the Southern part Las Vegas Valley and is about 55 sq miles. Later it would be split into Paradise A and Paradise B. Today, Paradise A is now known as Winchester. The Las Vegas strip is 4.2 miles long South of the LV city limits in the unincorporated towns of Paradise/Winchester. Here’s a short list of Luxury homes below, contact me about the Private Estate Homes:

  • Agave Sunset
  • 5 Pennies
  • Happy lane
  • Equestrian EST
  • Beverly village
  • Sierra Vista Ranchos
  • La Mesa est
  • Tonto EST
  • Paradise Palms
Southern Highlands is a newer development in the southern foothills of Las Vegas, just west of I-15 Southern Highlands is a 2300 acre community with a 230 acre Robert Trent Jones 18 hole private championship golf course, Southern Highlands has over 50 acres of parks, biking and hiking paths, tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields, volleyball courts, lakes and waterfront shopping and restaurants. The Estates are custom sites on 1/2 acre to 2 acre lots along the course and offering sensation city and golf views.
If you are interested in booking a showing for any of the listed properties please fill in the contact form below.