The adobe-style home at 624 E. Fairway Road in Henderson is owned by Mike and Michele Williams, who kept the style of this single-family home intact after they purchased it in 2011.
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When March Madness ends, college basketball fans will be left wanting until the next season rolls around. But for an elite few, whose homes are complete with a private indoor sports court, there never has to be an off-season.
Otho Behr, son of the founder of Behr Process Corp., a manufacturer of paints, stains and varnishes, is selling his Las Vegas Homes in Seven Hills for $2,363,600.
▶ 9101 Alta Drive, Unit 1601 – $3.75 million; 6,891 square feet. Parcel No. 138-32-213-109. Seller: Dean Hoffman and Marie Hoffman. Buyer: Terry Chase and Lauren Chase.
One of the largest transactions of the year in Las Vegas’ luxury home market closed March 8 in Queensridge, a neighborhood covered in controversy over the shuttering of the community’s Badlands Golf Course.
Andy Walmsley’s career as a set designer has reached a stage many in show business only dream about, including “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” and “So You Think You Can Dance.”
A Seven Hills luxury home may be representative of a city culture emerging from adolescence. The striking, glass-and-steel structure contains five bedrooms and measures nearly 8,500 square-feet of living space.
Ascaya, a luxury home development in Henderson, welcomed its first occupants into a stunning custom-designed home at the beginning of the year.
Las Vegas residents and beloved stars of the HGTV series “The Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott are giving their devotees the opportunity to own a bona fide, Scott brothers-designed home.
During the 1980s when Las Vegas was a much smaller community, Andrew and Jodi Fonfa met, married and worked hard at their respective careers. By the time the new millennium arrived, they were successful enough to build their dream house in The Ridges of Summerlin.
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