Summerlin South, NV, is a small town of just under 25,000 people situated just west of the Las Vegas valley and right next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Summerlin South's proximity to the conservation area makes it one of the most raw and breathtakingly beautiful areas in all of Nevada. Since 1990, the planned community of Summerlin has offered award-winning schools, parks and other quality activities.
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Connect with nature! Located right next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Summerlin also boasts over 150 parks and nature reserves and over 150 miles of award-winning hiking and biking trails, including the Arbors Paseo Park, The Gardens Park, and The Mesa Park. Proximity to the mountains means residents can explore nature from unimaginable heights.
There is room to grow! Summerlin has over 150 neighborhoods offering unique amenities and is in a constant state of growth. Each neighborhood offers its own unique community center for dozens of recreational and social events each year. Due to its attention to community detail, the average sale price of homes for sale in Summerlin continues to grow each year. Encantrada and Starlight are two of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in the area.
Let Them Entertain You! Summerlin boasts nine golf centers, over 150 miles of biking and hiking trails, rock climbing, and over 150 parks, as well as unique shopping and entertainment features such as the Regal Cinemas and the Wonderland Bakery. For more cultural activities, the Nevada Ballet Theatre and the Donald W. Reynolds Cultural Center have you covered. Las Vegas is only a few miles to the east and keeps Summerlin from feeling too far away from civilization. Golfing enthusiasts will also love Summerlin, as it boasts nine golfing facilities, including the Eagle Crest and Highland Falls courses.
Home Prices are Rising! The average home price in Summerlin South is well over $300,000, and homes are selling for 10 percent or more above the estimated value. As the city expands, the average home price will rise as the popularity of the town increases. Look for options including rent to own homes and apartment complexes. Compared with the rest of Nevada, homes in Summerlin South, Summerlin, and Spring Valley are worth an average of $287,000 versus $150,000.
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