The second highest real estate sale in the Las Vegas valley for November 2022 was by Charles Eshnaur, with the Signature Real Estate Group. Representing the buyer, this 6,330 square foot luxury home located at 9 Sky Arc Ct in the high-end community of Ascaya was originally listed for $7.3 million. Charles negotiated the price down $700,000 to $6.6 million dollars.
Property description from Zillow: “Welcome to this stunning desert contemporary masterpiece majestically perched within exclusive guard gated community of Ascaya. Once inside, take a deep breath as you gaze through the floor to ceiling disappearing window walls & enjoy the breathtaking panoramic strip views. The creative design of this masterpiece is the living spaces all open to the infinity edge pool that overlook the entire valley below. The primary suite features the same indoor/outdoor experience, stunning views & steps to the pool. The primary bath w/ fabulous walk-in closet w/dressing room & an indoor/outdoor shower! Boasting nearly 7k sqft of living space, w/ 5-bedroom suites each unique unto themselves & w/their own entrance to the patio/outdoor area. Complete smart home technology from Control 4 allows you to operate this entire home effortlessly & orchestrates the mood as the day unfolds to night. LEED platinum certified w/a specialized air filtration system throughout. This home is truly one of a kind!”
Ascaya rises from the desert floor like a series of magnificent stone steps built into the McCullough Mountain Range. The homesites here range in elevation from 1,900 to 3,200 feet, providing sweeping and unrivaled views of the mountains, the canyons and the world-renowned Las Vegas skyline.
The 670-acre luxury community is punctuated with native flora landscaping, open spaces with panoramic vistas and 31 miles of rockery walls. Averaging 12’ in height, these one-of-a-kind walls complement the rugged natural environment and provide residents with additional privacy.
Listing agent Joe DiRaffaele with eXp Realty
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