Desert Shores Las Vegas Real Estate
Las Vegas lake and waterfront community
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|As of this writing, May 9, 2019 sales activity for free-standing homes over the last 3 months reflect 27 free-standing homes sold at prices ranging from $255,000 to $800,000 with a median price of $381,000. Prices on condo/townhomes during the same period ranged from $85,000 to $316,000. Of the 83 properties currently listed, none are represented as a short sale or bank owned/foreclosure. Resale free-standing homes have a median asking price of $178 per sq. ft.|
The planned community of Desert Shores, Las Vegas is located between Lake Mead Dr. and Cheyenne Blvd. It is east of Rampart and West of Buffalo. I am always impressed when driving through Desert Shores. It is a beautiful community with lots of greenery. There are several developments here many of which are gated. Construction started here around 1988. The community is built-out. The most distinctive features here are the beautiful lakes. The recreation center features barbecue area, lagoon style pool, volley ball and a sandy beach. Both homes and condos are available. The condominium developments here include Desert Shores Racquet Club and Mar-A-Lago. There is a commercial center in Desert Shores with restaurants and other services. Many homes are within walking distance of these services. It is built on 700 acres with 3,300 homes. This is a beautiful community with many unique common area features.
I think that Desert Shores is somewhat of a local “sleeper” in that it offers so much in the way of a lifestyle. It is bordered by Summerlin on two sides and has homes at competitive prices. The lifestyle is unique. When I visit this community I usually see residents fishing, boating, using the common area amenities or just going for a walk. Infrastructure is all around you with lots of shopping and services. Pueblo Park, which I regard as the nicest park in all of Summerlin, is right across the street from Desert Shores.
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