Las Vegas has no shortage of single-family homes for sale. Presently, there are over 560 homes on the market. These available homes range from $90,000 to $20,000,000, with a median sale price of $299,900 or $170 per square foot. With so many master-planned communities, trendy neighborhoods, and exclusive luxury estates, purchasing a home in Las Vegas is exciting and customizable. Moreover, there truly is a home for every lifestyle here, including recent retirees, young professionals, outdoors enthusiasts, families, and the affluent. Las Vegas does have a diverse selection of available townhouses and condos for sale. Nonetheless, the vast majority of housing in Las Vegas’ famed master-planned communities are single-family homes.
If you are looking to purchase an affordable home in the Las Vegas area, you will find a decent number of single-family homes for sale for less than $250,000. These particular homes are mainly starter-homes and well-maintained older homes that offer 2-5 bedrooms, 1-4 bathrooms, and a decent amount of living space. For instance, a 2- bed, 1-bath, 797 square foot home built in 1948 is for sale for only $90,000. This single-family residence is situated on a 7,405 square foot lot and located near downtown Las Vegas. Likewise, a 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,104 square foot residence is available for $155,000. This particular home was built in 1980 but has had recent upgrades.
Currently, Las Vegas has a surplus of mid-range homes for sale. Here, mid-range homes typically range from $250,000 to $800,000. Thus, if you have a sizable budget, you can quickly secure a contemporary home in one of the most exclusive communities in Las Vegas. For example, for only $599,999, you can own a 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,662 square foot home in the beautiful gated Southern Highlands. This Southern Highland home was built in 2017 and offers first-rate home amenities such as a gourmet kitchen, a pool, a spa, plus an oversized fire pit. Other amazing home features include a media room, a home office, a 3-car tandem garage, and an upstairs loft.
Of course, you can surge a little and purchase a high-end home if you so choose. One Las Vegas residence, in particular, that is worth considering is a 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 5,011 square foot home for $884,000. This high-end home is located in a cul-de-sac and span over half an acre. Inside, you will find spacious rooms, multiple fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen, stunning master suites, and more. This home also has an out-of-this-world backyard oasis complete with pool, grotto, spa, waterfall, fountain, and covered patio. Then again, for $900,000, you can purchase a 3-bed, 3.5-bath, 3,455 square foot 2002 single-family home. This particular residence also has a backyard oasis and one of the most elegant interiors around.
Lastly, Las Vegas is home to some of the most luxurious residences and estates in the country. As a result, there is no shortage of million-dollar-plus homes for sale here. But, be prepared to spend a pretty penny with these luxury homes ranging from $900,000 to $20,000,000. Ultimately, depending on your budget, you can choose to live like a king or a movie star in your extravagant single-family mansion. For instance, an 8-bed, 9.5-bath, 19,190 square foot estate is on the market for $14,900,000. This almost 15 million home offers it all—a resort-style backyard, slide, a pool with spa, an outdoor kitchen, a 13-seat movie theater, an underground basketball court, a fitness room, a 6-car garage, and spacious ensuite bedrooms. Alternatively, if you have 20 million, you can purchase a 31-bed, 17-bath hidden compound with a private amphitheater, a chalet, two private lakes, beautiful gardens, forested acreage, and fruit trees.