There’a a $10 million sale — the second highest sale on the Multiple Listing Service in nearly three months — for a two-story home built in 2002 in an enclave of Anthem Country Club. That’s $3.6 million more than paid for the home in 2018, and highest-ever sale in that community.
Set high above the Las Vegas Valley, SkuVu is a limited collection of luxury estates by award-winning Christopher Homes at MacDonald Highlands. An exclusive 24-hour guard-gated country club community near DragonRidge Golf Club,it is the latest residential collection of the Vu brand by Christopher Homes, joining Vu, Vu Estates and Vu Pointe.
“Sitting by the creek with the waterfalls under the shade in the cool temps,” Debbie Olsen said. “It’s just priceless.”
As 2021 enters its final quarter, the luxury home market remains strong with 15 homes on the public market worth $11 million and higher, and 11 at $12.5 million and up, but Realtors are optimistic some sales will go through by the end of the year.
A developer announcing plans for two luxury housing communities wants to give buyers a Model 3 Tesla electric car, building on its brand concept of smart and sustainable homes.
$5.5M Hughes Center condo sale leads third-quarter
A completely custom estate along the esteemed DragonRidge Country Club golf course in Henderson has just hit the market. The 10,205-square-foot home at 596 St. Croix St. in the highly sought-after MacDonald Highlands community is listed at $7.4 million.
Tomo Yebisu, executive vice president of production at LoanDepot, set the mark for a home purchase in August when he paid $12.5 million for a 9,500-square-foot, five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home that sits on an 0.86-acre lot in MacDonald Highlands. Luxury Realtor Kristen Routh-Silberman represented the buyer and seller.
Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden and his wife, Cindy, have finally closed on their new Southern Highlands home at a price tag of $4.31 million.
A California-based brokerage has set up shop in Las Vegas, has taken some of the leading talent from other firms, and vowed to be the No. 1 agency in terms of volume within 18 months or at least within the top three.
“We have more equestrian zoning in Southern Nevada than people realize,” said Forrest Barbee, broker for BHHS, Nevada Properties.
The Vegas Golden Knights and one-time members when they’re not on the ice this off-season are busy buying and selling luxury properties in Las Vegas.
Some of his friends and acquaintances call him the Tony Stark of Seven Hills. He’d rather be known as the Mark Lindsey of Seven Hills. Stark is the wealthy industrialist played by Robert Downey Jr. in the super hero film “Iron Man.” In the series, Stark owns a private, luxurious and modern-looking seaside mansion known for its gadgets and advancements.
Former Vegas Golden Knights right wing Ryan Reaves has his Summerlin home under contract to close in September.
Former Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc André-Fleury, who was traded to Chicago in July, has sold his Summerlin home in The Ridges for $8 million.