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Situated in southern Nevada, along the beautiful western rim of the Las Vegas Valley near the Spring Mountains and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, is where you’ll find charming Summerlin. This 22,500-acre planned community is currently being built by The Howard Hughes Corporation (now an affiliate of General Growth Properties). As the development continues to grow, Summerlin real estate is rapidly taking over the local market.
After all, any Summerlin Realtor can tell you that the planned community incorporates a variety of land uses, which include (but are not limited to) residential, commercial, recreational, educational, medical, open space, and religious.
More than 84,000 residents presently occupy Summerlin homes. As Summerlin real estate grows even bigger, this number is expected to rise substantially.
History of Summerlin
Back in the mid-1950s, a man by the name of Howard Hughes purchased 25,000 acres of land through the Hughes Tool Company. At this time, the Summa Corporation acquired additional holdings of similarly undeveloped land along the western edge of the Las Vegas Valley. The majority of this land was acquired for the mere price of $0.25 per acre, as the land was considered virtually worthless at that particular time.
By 1987, Summa Corporation advanced to exchange 5,000 acres of land adjoining Red Rock for 3,000 acres of land that would become Summerlin South. In 1990, Summa Corporation subsequently began construction of Summerlin, in Summerlin North. The name Summerlin was given in honor of Howard Hughes’ grandmother, Jean Amelia Summerlin.
Fast forward to 2004, when the Howard Hughes Corporation exchanged more land along the mountains for additional land that was further into the valley, adjoining Summerlin South. By 2005, this move was followed by approval to annex over 900 acres into Summerlin South, which increased the total area of Summerlin real estate. This year (2005) also marked the year the community first printed its newspaper, the Summerlin News.
Today, Summerlin real estate is where you can find wide-open spaces and the most expansive selection of beautiful, new Summerlin homes. Many people who seek the services of a Summerlin Realtor will express their fondness for the amazing mountain peaks that provide incredible views for those fortunate enough to own Summerlin homes. There are also more than 100 neighborhood parks that are connected by more than 120 miles of winding trails and tree-lined streets.
Summerlin real estate is soaring, and the community offers more choices with regards to how and where you want to live than any other highly coveted Las Vegas master planned community. Summerlin’s unmatched natural and man-made beauty further enhance this beloved community.
Living in Summerlin
Summerlin real estate and Summerlin homes exist within a planned community that is managed by several homeowners associations. Among the many villages that your Summerlin Realtor can show you are the Gardens and the Vistas. Each Summerlin village consists of several developments, some of which are gated.
The associations and villages throughout the community that comprise Summerlin real estate include Summerlin North – home to The Arbors, The Canyons, The Crossing, The Hills North, The Hills South, The Pueblo, and The Trails; Sun City Summerlin; Summerlin Centre – home to Summerlin Square; Summerlin South – home to South Square, The Gardens, The Mesa, Ridebrook, The Ridges, and The Willows; Red Rock Country Club; Siena, Summerlin West – home to The Paseos and The Vistas.
No matter what kind of Summerlin homes you are searching for, you are bound to find a home perfectly suited for you and your family in this most unique community. An expert Summerlin Realtor will be able to tell you everything there is to know about the area, including specific details about all of the villages and associations.
Further contributing to the popularity of Summerlin real estate is the array of recreational activities available to those who live in Summerlin homes. As a fact, more than one-third of the entire 22,500-acre community is dedicated to wide-open community spaces. Simply put, those who own Summerlin homes and other residents are provided access to a glorious 7,000-acre playground with more than 120 miles of community trails and 100 neighborhood and village parks.
Some of the many activities in Summerlin include cycling on the numerous bicycle lanes provided on most major Summerlin roads, in addition to tennis, golfing, hiking, swimming, baseball, football, soccer, and much more.
Additionally, those who own Summerlin homes frequently visit the parks that are available in all Summerlin communities. The names of these parks are The Arbors Tennis and Play Park; Community Park, featuring two soccer fields; Cottonwood Canyon Park, North Tower Park, featuring chess tables; South Tower Park, featuring water; The Crossing Park; Gardens Park, complete with a community center; Oxford Park; The Pueblo Park; Ridgebrook Park; Spotted Leaf Park; Tree Top Park; The Trails Park; Village Green Park; and The Willows Park, featuring a community center and swimming pool.
Other Summerlin area parks that are maintained and operated by the City of Las Vegas are The Hills Park, The Summerlin Sports Park, Bruce Trent Park, and the Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex. Additionally, there are nine golf courses to delight and challenge golf enthusiasts ranging from beginners to experts.
Pools that are maintained and operated by the Summerlin Council are The Trails Pool and The Willows Pool. One pool is maintained and operated by the City of Las Vegas — the Pavilion Center Pool.
With more than 100 model Summerlin homes that are presently selling in 20 active neighborhoods, finding the home of your dreams is a breeze. For more information on Summerlin real estate, please fill out the contact form on this page to have a luxury home specialist contact you shortly.
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