A Hillside Community
Summerlin is a community that combines the best elements of Las Vegas in an upscale area just far enough from the Strip to make commuting convenient and escaping the bustle easy.
The 2018 estimated population is up to 100,000, a big change from its population of 59,000 back in 2000.
With an average annual household income of $139,061, Summerlin is also one of the most affluent communities in Nevada.
The community has received national acclaim for its amenities and quality of life. Notably, it was named the “#1 best place to live and play” by National Geographic Adventure in 2007 and one of the “Best Places to Live in America” by Money Magazine in 2014.
It’s different up here, on the hill.
The communities (or villages, as we like to call them), are ideal for young families and working professionals who are seeking modern, energy efficient homes and quiet neighborhoods.
There’s plenty of nice housing for seniors, too, all of which keeps them close to essential services.
With eight elementary schools, three junior high schools and two high schools, there’s plenty of room for new residents and families.
We’re far enough away from the noise, traffic and commotion of the Strip, but close enough to take in all the finest food, attractions and culture that the Strip offers.
- Summerlin North
- The Arbors
- The Canyons
- The Crossing
- The Hills
- The Hills South
- The Pueblo
- The Trails
- Summerlin South
- The Cliffs
- The Gardens
- The Mesa
- Red Rock Country Club
- The Ridges
- Summerlin Centre
- The Willows
- Summerlin West
- The Paseos
- The Vistas
- Sun City Summerlin (age-restricted)
- Siena (age-restricted)
Downtown Summerlin is probably the most famous destination as it houses more than 100 stores, including high end retail stores, restaurants and movie theaters.
There’s almost no reason to ever go into Las Vegas.
The median home value in Summerlin is around $413,000, up 8.9% over the past year.
Zillow predicts a rise of 3.2% next year. The median rent price in Summerlin is $1,800, which is higher than the Las Vegas median of $1,495.