Luxury Real Estate Awaits You in Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Homes in Summerlin

By purchasing Summerlin real estate, not only will you own a customized home in one of Las Vegas, Nevada's best master-planned communities; you will own peace of mind.

Summerlin is known to have one hundred and fifty parks, easy access to the Summerlin community hospital, Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, and extensive access to community gym and yoga studios, providing any Summerlin resident with the means for improving their wellness and health at a moment's notice. For those families with children, the Summerlin community has twelve public schools, fourteen private schools and seven child care facilities, allowing Summerlin's residents to have their children educated regardless of whatever age they may be. The council of Summerlin also arranges for and hosts a dozen youth camps for Summerlin residents each year.

By living in Summerlin, one can boast of living in a year-round warm, sunny, and dry climate through living in Las Vegas, a boast that can only be matched by residents of just a few other places in North America. By living in Summerlin you will be able to further take advantage of this warm and sunny climate by having access to the aforementioned hundreds of parks, which contain more than one hundred and fifty miles of community trails creating links between all the parks in the community, allowing for bikers and runners to travel all throughout Summerlin’s extensive parks network with ease. Summerlin is home to nine golf courses, including the only two in Nevada with TPC designation. Summerlin also contains Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa for those interested in an exciting taste of Las Vegas gambling culture without driving onto The Strip.

Summerlin homes can be ordered and built using an extensive list of criteria, providing potential residents with expansive options when considering the purchase of a new home for themselves.

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