Las Vegas Homes & Real Estate

Las Vegas is loacted in Southeastern Nevada, U.S. The only major city in the American West to have been founded in the 20th century, Las Vegas grew from a tiny, desert-bound railroad service centre at the outset of the 20th century to the country’s fastest-growing metropolis at century’s end. This transformation—made possible by a combination of shrewd entrepreneurship, access to water, an extensive transportation network, and permissive state laws—has created the city now often known simply as “Vegas,” a place of vast casinos, elaborate hotels, and spectacular entertainment venues that attracts masses of visitors from throughout the world.

Las Vegas is Nevada’s economic centre and largest city. Its metropolitan area, with more than twice the number of people outside the city limits as within them, contains roughly three-fourths of the state’s population. 

Las Vegas is a place of million-lightbulb signs and fantastic architecture, of readily visible wealth and carefully hidden poverty. It is a place of superlatives, both positive and negative. Within the city stand the largest glass pyramid in the world; one of the largest hotels in the country, with more than 5,000 rooms; and one of the most expensive hotels ever constructed, the Bellagio. The area along Las Vegas Boulevard and its adjoining near-downtown streets—the famous “Strip”—is the “City Without Clocks,” whose multibillion-dollar economy is devoted to servicing a wide array of impulses and addictions of many kinds. It is this Las Vegas, the flashy playground unofficially known as “Sin City,” that the American novelist and essayist Joan Didion once termed.

Beyond the bright lights of the Strip, however, lies a perfectly ordinary Western city, with neighbourhoods, churches, shopping centres, and strip malls. It is that city, and not the hotels and casinos, that draws thousands of new residents each year. This growth, coupled with its unusual economic basis, has made Las Vegas one of the wealthiest cities in the country, but it has also brought problems to the area. Las Vegas is among the country’s leaders in personal and property crimes, as well as suicide rates, alcohol consumption, and illegal drug use. The city also suffers the modern urban ills of air and water pollution, and the roads are choked with increasingly heavy traffic as new suburbs spring up in all directions.

Las Vegas’s historic core lies at a site once occupied by marshes, freshwater springs, and grassy meadows (hence the city’s name; vegas is Spanish for “meadows”), long since covered by streets, buildings, and parking lots. The modern-day city sprawls across a broad, arid valley at an elevation of roughly 2,000 feet (610 metres). The valley fans out eastward from the picturesque, pine-clad Spring Mountains, whose highest point, Charleston Peak, rises above 11,910 feet (3,630 metres). To the north lie three lower ranges, the Pintwater, Spotted, and Desert mountains, and to the east are the McCullough and Sheep ranges. A wide pass between those two ranges leads to Hoover Dam and Lake Mead, the huge reservoir on the Colorado River impounded by the dam; Las Vegas Wash, the valley’s major drainage, leads through this route.

The Las Vegas Valley is ecologically part of the Mojave Desert, whose characteristic plant is the Joshua tree. The smallest of the North American deserts, the Mojave supports significant human settlement only in the Las Vegas area and at a few points along the Colorado River. More than four-fifths of the city’s water supply comes from the Colorado River at Lake Mead. 

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Las Vegas.

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Las Vegas April 23, 2024
3806
Listed
62
Avg. DOM
$321.66
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$468,000
Med. List Price
3806 Properties
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$512,999
Neighborhood: Twilight At Cactus Hills
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,198
Sq.Ft.
2006
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2526358
MLS
$545,500
Neighborhood: Silverado Estate Limited Partnership
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,776
Sq.Ft.
1997
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577426
MLS
$189,800
Neighborhood: Desert Inn Mobile Estate 3 Amd
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,436
Sq.Ft.
1985
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2576665
MLS
$475,000
Neighborhood: Echo Park
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,762
Sq.Ft.
2021
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577451
MLS
$380,000
Neighborhood: Lake Mead Torrey Pines
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,483
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577437
MLS
$425,000
Neighborhood: Luxe Lofts Condo Amd
2
Beds
1F13/4
Baths
1,539
Sq.Ft.
2008
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577466
MLS
$1,250,000
Neighborhood: Summerlin Village 15A Parcel 1 - Latitude Phase 2
3
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,715
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577361
MLS
$314,900
Neighborhood: Terra Linda #5
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,332
Sq.Ft.
1971
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577459
MLS
$365,000
Neighborhood: Boulder Dam Homesite Add Tr #01
3
Beds
1F13/4
Baths
1,116
Sq.Ft.
1958
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2535808
MLS
1
Beds
1
Baths
776
Sq.Ft.
1997
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577329
MLS
$375,900
Neighborhood: Hollywood Springs
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,208
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577481
MLS
$579,995
Neighborhood: Ebbets Ranch-Phase 3
4
Beds
2
Baths
2,173
Sq.Ft.
1999
Year Built
1
Day on Site
2577372
MLS