Summerlin - Nevada - Real Estate

Perched along the western ridge of the Las Vegas Valley, Summerlin spans 23, 400 acres of parks, quiet residential areas, and shopping. Divided into 17 sun-drenched communities, the areas village-like atmosphere has become one of its main points of distinction.

Development of the area began in the 1990s and has since flourished into an upscale community with a bounty of country clubs, golf courses, parks, and trails.

This bright new community is endowed with sweeping vistas and ancient mountains that can be seen rippling across the horizon from any window.

Summerlin is well populated with tennis courts, jungle gyms, sports fields, community centers, and swimming pools. Within walking distance from any point in the community are places where everyone from children to adults to seniors can play.

Anyone interested in a night on the town has only a short drive to the Las Vegas strip ahead of them.

Such a combination makes for great real estate involving an array of condos and single family housing. Living in Summerlin is like coming home to a vacation.

Summerlin TPC Clubhouse

Welcome to Summerlin



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$250,000 - $300,000 $500,000 - $750,000
$300,000 - $350,000 $750,000 - $1,000,000
HOMES OVER $1,000,000

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Summerlin is a 23,400 acre (94.6 km) planned community being built by The Howard Hughes Corporation (now an affiliate of General Growth Properties) in southern Nevada, along the western rim of the Las Vegas Valley near the Spring Mountains and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. It includes a variety of land uses, including: residential, commercial, recreational, educational, medical, open space, and religious. As of December 2003, Summerlin's population was 84,350.


In the mid 1950s Howard Hughes purchased 25,000 acres and containing through the 1990s Hughes Tool Company Nevada Operations and the Summa Corporation acquired additional holdings of undeveloped land along the western edge of the Las Vegas Valley. Much of this land was acquired for $0.25/acre ($62/km) since it was considered to be worthless.

In 1987, Summa Corporation exchanged 5,000 acres (20 km) of land adjoining Red Rock for 3,000 acres (12 km) of land that would become Summerlin South.

Summa Corporation began construction of Summerlin, in Summerlin North, in 1990.

In 2004, The Howard Hughes Corporation exchanged more land along the mountains for additional land further into the valley, but adjoining Summerlin South. This was followed in 2005 by approval to annex over 900 acres (3.6 km) into Summerlin South increasing the total area in Summerlin. 2005 also marked the printing of Summerlin's first newspaper, the Summerlin News.


Summerlin lies within two political authorities. The northern portion, north of Charleston Boulevard, is part of the city of Las Vegas. The southern portion, south of Charleston Boulevard, is an unincorporated part of Clark County, Nevada.

Since Summerlin is a planned community it is also managed by several homeowners associations. Summerlin consists of villages like the Gardens or the Vistas. Each village is made up of several developments, some gated and some not. Some communities have their own homeowner associations.

Summerlin consists of several major divisions run by master associations. The county portion is generally a part of Summerlin South. The northern portion, east of Clark County 215, is mostly Summerlin North. The northern portion, west of Clark County 215, is Summerlin West. There is also a village called Summerlin Centre which is the area between Sahara Avenue and Charleston Boulevard running from the eastern edge to Clark County 215. The age-restricted communities of Sun City and Siena have their own associations and are not part of the master associations.

Associations and villages
Summerlin North
The Arbors
The Canyons
The Crossing
The Hills North
The Hills South
The Pueblo
The Trails
Sun City Summerlin
Summerlin Centre
Summerlin Square
Summerlin South
South Square
The Gardens
The Mesa
The Mesa
The Ridges
The Willows
Red Rock Country Club
Summerlin West
The Paseos
The Vistas


Bicycle lanes are provided on most major roads in Summerlin.

All Summerlin communities have small pocket parks which are maintained by one of the Summerlin associations. All of these parks, not in gated communities, are available to all Summerlin residents. They do not offer activities, but usually provide a scenic place for walkers to stop and rest. The following parks are maintained and operated by the Summerlin Council and offer various activities as listed on their website.[1] ]:

The Arbors Tennis and Play Park
Community Park (two soccer fields)
Cottonwood Canyon Park
North Tower Park
The Crossing Park

Gardens Monument
Gardens Park (Community center}
Oxford Park
The Pueblo Park
Ridgebrook Park
Spotted Leaf Park
Tree Top Park
The Trails Park
Village Green Park
The Willows Park (Community center, swimming pool)
The following parks are maintained and operated by the City of Las Vegas:

The Hills Park
The Summerlin Sports Park
All neighborhoods include mini parks that are not listed above. As of mid 2006, there were over 100 parks and 9 golf courses within Summerlin.

The following pools are maintained and operated by the Summerlin Council:

The Trails Pool
The Willows Pool
The following pools are maintained and operated by the City of Las Vegas:

Pavilion Center Pool

Many walking trails are provided through the community.