The Lakes represents another large scale, master planned community developed amid the market Las Vegas Nevada real estate encompasses. The Lakes Las Vegas appears due south of the strip and is also south of the popular Summerlin community. Real estate in The Lakes unfolded around the mid 1980’s, and as the name implies includes several man-made lakes. These lakes provide beautiful surroundings, views and a relaxed setting. They also offer a variety of water sports for a variety of enthusiasts. The Lakes Las Vegas real estate adds up to numerous, lovely amenities, including green spaces, jogging and walking trails, tranquil neighborhoods and a variety of Las Vegas homes for sale on the market at any given time.
The Lakes Las Vegas Real Estate and Homes for Sale
The community resides in the 89117 zip code, close to every convenience, including plenty of shopping, and schools are quite close by. The Lakes host a main lake that is private, for the use of residents and their guests only. Boats, including those with electric motors can be used on the lake. Especially on any given weekend, residents can be seen relaxing on lake cruises or floating through the canals making up adjoining water features here.
The Lakes Las Vegas real estate consists of about 4,000 plus properties. These range from condos and townhomes to single family homes and tastefully extravagant luxury homes. Some of the upper-end, custom homes appear in secluded niches on the waterfront with private boat docks. These homes can easily sell for $1 million plus. Although, homes for sale in The Lakes range nicely in price, attracting a variety of buyer and family types. Find out more. Use the state-of-the-art, map based tool on this page to find all the available Las Vegas homes for sale in the Lakes. Get details on community amenities, even lifestyle preferences. Contact us directly with any questions about The Lakes, or other communities and real estate in the Las Vegas Valley.
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