Las Vegas Luxury Mountain View Homes
Las Vegas luxury mountain view homes provide a striking natural contrast to the often flashy glare of the neon city. Every direction offers a mountain range of some sort. Choosing a perfect location to take full advantage of these natural beauties might prove challenging. With so many options, deciding could be tough.
North of town is the Sheep Mountain Range, a 56-mile stretch of delightful mountain terrain. The Sheep Mountains is the largest range of hills in the Desert National Wildlife Refuge, which in turn is the biggest wildlife refuge in the continental United States. Thanks to the retreat, creatures like desert bighorn sheep and mountain lions thrive. There are even times when the critters make their way into town, and even onto golf courses.
Off to the northwest, lie the Spring Mountains. The mountains are part of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and contain Mt. Charleston, a favorite ski area for locals. On a clear day, visitors can see all the way to California from Mt. Charleston. The name is derived from the natural springs in the area; that create waterfalls in some spots.
On the east side, the aptly-named Sunrise Mountain is a spectacular summit to watch the natural phenomenon for which it is named.
Luxury Mountain View Homes in Las Vegas
McCullough Mountains are south of town and are part of the Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area. An outstanding piece of history remains intact in the conservation. A petroglyph site, 300 rock art panels with approximately 1,700 unique design elements is the highlight of Sloan Canyon.
The considerable advantage of all these mountains surrounding the valley lies in the fact that homeowners can view them from just about every community in Las Vegas. They provide a backdrop to an already fantastic visual feast supplied by the city and its diverse urban landscape.
High-rise condos offer an unobstructed view of the mountains surrounding the city. Luxury condos give residents a bird's eye perspective of the natural surroundings of the city.
Communities like Summerlin are neighbors to the Spring Mountains and the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. In fact, Summerlin's founding father, Howard Hughes traded a considerable chunk of land to help create a buffer zone between residential Summerlin and the Conservation Area.
The North Las Vegas area hosts luxury neighborhoods like Centennial Hills, where homeowners can look out their windows and gaze upon Gass Mountain, the highest peak in the Las Vegas mountain range.
Anthem is a luxury residential development in the McCullough Mountains south of Las Vegas in the town of Henderson. Anthem residents enjoy a striking view of Black Mountain, the area's landmark peak, along with 48,000 acres in the surrounding Sloan Canyon Conservation Area.
It's a good problem to have, picking the perfect view of the slopes that surround the valley. Not only are they aesthetically appealing, climbing to the tops of the mountains provide elevation, a snow-sticker in the winter, and relief from the heat in the summer.
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The Black Swan
Finding a single story custom home in Las Vegas is a rarity. Finding a single story custom home in The Ridges is like looking for a black swan – some say they exist but they are certainly hard to come by.
So here is the black swan of The Ridges – in the form of an immaculate, beautifully finished, 8,400 sf single story custom home on a huge lot with an amazing outdoor area and a large, detached guest house.
It is situated on a premier double fairway lot with impressive mountain views and great privacy.
The floor plan and flow of the home is fantastic. There is a huge kitchen and great room area that opens up to the expansive outdoor spaces. The master suite is one of the nicest you will see, with an...
PERFECTION & PRECISIONThe Ultimate Estate
The Ridges in Summerlin is widely regarded as the premier community in Las Vegas. However, due to the scarcity of large pieces of land, there are no true estates - except for this spectacular home. The original homeowner joined two parcels of land together to create an expansive and private estate.
The two parcels joined total just less than 1.75 acres, offering the utmost privacy. The main house is nearly 9,000 sf, while the guesthouse is about 4,500 sf. Over $15,000,000 was spent to build and furnish the home, with the guesthouse alone costing $3,800,000 - not including the land. The materials used in every single area of the home are the finest available, from Indonesian Sandstone to African Afrormosia to Kirei. There are a total of 8 bedroom suites, each with its own bathroom and many of them with their own living rooms. There was over $1,500,000 spent on state-of-the-art electronics in the...
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