Wimbledon Tennis Club Las Vegas
High-rise community – Homes and real estate
As of January 13, 2019 there are two listed properties, 1,080 and 1,178 sq. ft. and priced at $125,000 and $130,000. . HOA fees run from .25 to .30 per sq. ft. Sales activity over the last six months reflect one property sold at $114,000. That property was 1,080 sq. ft.
This high-rise, condominium development was built in 1975. It consists of 114 units ranging in size from 1,080 to 1,483 sq. ft. It is about 1 1/2 miles east of the Strip. Complex amenities include 24 hour security, pool, spa, tennis, fitness and game room with billiards. The views are spectacular with full strip views from the mid and upper levels on the west side of the building.
The areas surrounding this community include mostly older apartment and condo developments. Lehman Bros. has taken over the site of Vegas Grand, a luxury 20 acre condo development next door. One building of 212 units is all but finished. It will, according to new accounts, no longer be condos and is likely to be finished as luxury apartments. 14 acres have yet to be built on. Whatever the disposition of this property it can only be good news for Wimbledon Tennis Club.
This community is one of three high-rise developments that were built in the Las Vegas area in the mid 1970’s. The other two being Regency Towers and Marie Antoinette. Wimbledon Tennis Club is generally the least expensive option of the three and, for that matter, they least expensive option in high-rise developments in this area.