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What is the Best Neighborhood in Las Vegas to Live? If you ask the Las Vegas locals, the debate is usually the EAST vs WEST rivalry between HENDERSON and SUMMERLIN. We will break down each and include also Southern Highlands, Lake Las Vegas and the often over looked Boulder City.
What’s great is all 3 Communities offer everything from affordable condos from $150K, to townhouses from $250K, houses from $300K and even Mansions over $5 Million.
The Best Neighborhoods in the Las Vegas NV Area
This above map is based off of many factors to include sales, crime reports, local polling and access to amenities. Make note that these are not the most expensive neighborhoods in Las Vegas.
- They are in a master planned community
- They have a network or walking and biking trails
- They have greenbelt areas, parks and recreation to include water effects or pools.
- They are close to shopping, cafes and restaurants.
I will also breakdown probabilities for families, single people and retirees.
each neighborhood is broken down below with more detailed info and images.
(you don’t want to skip the detailed info if your a serious buyer)
Migration of Las Vegas $1 Million Plus Luxury Home Buyers Over Last 50 Years
If you look at the 1st map you will see that The Best Neighborhoods in Las Vegas are right in the middle of the migration path for the last 50 years.
What side of town is closer to your friends, family and work?
There has to be that one anchor that is going to attach you to one of the top ranked communities. If it is not family, friends or work – then maybe it is a favorite gym, yoga studio or walking trail. Las Vegas is actually ranked #1 in the USA as the safest place to live from natural disasters. I wrote an entire article with the facts and data and you can read all about it.
Best Neighborhoods in Las Vegas for Lifestyle
Not only does SUMMERLIN rank #1 for Best Communities in Nevada, it is #4 in the USA and has been a TOP 10 Master Planned Community world wide since 1995. No community has possibly won more awards or has been more recognized as what is possible.
SUMMERLIN is huge and with so many neighborhoods to choose from it can get a bit confusing, but based on local opinion there are 2 main hubs one may want to consider.
- TPC Summerlin Round About: This is the first original part of Summerlin that expanded in 1995 and is still among the favorites for locals as it also has some of the best walking trails and parks. As a point of referrence I would say anything with in a 1 mile walking distance of Summerlin Library.
- Downtown Summerlin: Not only retail shopping and cafes, but the large TruFusion Yoga Studio & on Charelston the LIFETIME FITNESS.
Queensridge is not officially in Summerlin but right on the border and is an honorable mention as it is a master planned community that many have come to admire as they pass the big Horses at the gate.
What are the Safest Neighborhoods in Las Vegas?
The Best Neighborhoods in Las Vegas have gated or Guard Gated entrances, thus making the environment safer families and their belongings.
I wrote an entire article on this and you can read it by clicking the headline above. However, the problem with the data is that Summerlin is part of the actual city of Las Vegas while Henderson is its own city.
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Green Valley Ranch in Henderson is popular due to close access to Lifetime Fitness, The District and the Green Valley Ranch Resort and Casino. There are lots of little shops around the District at Green Valley Ranch.
How to determine the best neighborhood
Before going further into looking for the perfect property, deciding on the location could be the most difficult and most important decision buyers make.
First and foremost, before starting to look for the house, it is important to feel if the location fits the individual’s current needs and lifestyle. Apart from how beautiful the house can be, if the neighborhood does not support the lifestyle, people can easily become unhappy and monotonous.
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Amenities and Conveniences Available
Depending on individual preferences and daily activities, it is crucial to be aware of the amenities and convenience available in a certain neighborhood. Check if the neighborhood has amenities such as parks, community centers, recreational activities, and attractions.
Knowing the fact that the real estate market is in constant flux, it is important to be aware of some factors including home price values, resale value, or the time of how long are the homes on sale.
Family Friendly Community
It is important to check if there are lots of families around the neighborhood. Especially for families with children, this is a great advantage as kids will have great opportunities to socialize with peers.
Another indicator that characterizes a neighborhood is good city services. Before moving to a new location, it is important to check whether the place has in order some crucial things such as picking trash, clean and maintained streets.
Future Neighborhood Developments
It is important for homebuyers to be informed about neighborhood developments as major economic developments do change neighborhoods dramatically either positively or negatively.
With the new Raiders Stadium going in – communities like Southern Highlands, Inspirada and Seven Hills have gained plenty of attention.
Why Are You Moving to LAS VEGAS?
If you decide to live in Las Vegas and you’re looking or high rise condos or single family homes, consider areas such as the Spring Mountains, downtown Las vegas neighborhoods, near the Red Rock Canyon, Rancho Charleston, the Arts District, or the Las Vegas Valley in general. When buying a home, consider the best Las Vegas neighborhoods, as well as crime rates and the average cost of living.
Let us help you find the Best Neighborhoods in Las Vegas so you can decide which is best for you and narrow down to your next dream home.
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*agents are not allowed to steer buyers into any one community or house. It is ultimately up to the buyer on where they wish to live and what they feel is best for their individual lifestyle.