Aaaaaaah, beautiful Summerlin……Summerlin is located on the west side of Las Vegas. It is unfolding in villages, each centered around its own major park, golf course or major amenity. The communitys home to 30 villages, each featuring dozens of thoughtfully planned neighborhoods with a unique selection of homes, townhomes, condominiums. Each Summerlin village has its own distinctive style of architecture and design, evident in streetscapes, landscaping and village walls.
Summerlin is an extremely desirable area in Las Vegas. It has beautiful homes, beautifully landscaped streets, all amenities, fine dining, parks, golf courses, Hotel Casinos [Red Rock, Rampart Casino, Suncoast], walking trails, hiking trails [Red Rock Canyon], movie theaters, excellent shopping, pride of ownership, Private Schools, excellent public schools [Eight of Summerlin's 12 public schools received a 5, the highest grade on the state's new performance ranking scale, and three schools received a 4], and is only 25-35 minutes to the Las Vegas Strip.
Summerlin Trivia: Summerlin was developed by Howard Hughes and he named Summerlin after his mother whom was named Summerlin!
Below please find some links that will take you to just some of the very special places in Summerlin
Red Rock Hotel and Casino
Red Rock Canyon
Summerlin Library and the Performing Arts
Tournament Players Club Golf Course
To View One of these Lovely Residences, please contact:
Julia St. Marie, ABR, RRG, RSPS
UNITED REALTY GROUP
LAS VEGAS BALL PARK
"The 10,000-fan-capacity stadium blends the architectural style of the Summerlin community with the aviation legacy of Howard Hughes. The ballpark will provide a wide range of seating options including 22 suites, club seats, berm seating, party zones and decks, picnic tables, kids’ zone, bars and even a pool beyond the outfield wall. Designed to create a festival-like atmosphere in Downtown Summerlin, the site will be landscaped to complement the master planned community."
http://www.ktnv.com/sports/las-vegas-51s-approved-for-new-ballpark-in-downtown-summerlin dated October 10, 2017