Summerlin in las Vegas named as a top 10 area to live in
Location, location, location is at the top of every home buyer’s wish list and Northeast Dallas is top of the hotspots in the US.
The right neighborhood can be pivotal when it comes to access to good schools, reliable public transport, proximity to work and how safe the area feels.
Real estate website HouseFresh has now ranked the neighborhoods American buyers are currently most interested in moving to, compiled from Zillow sales listing data from America’s 100 most populous cities.
The Summerlin North area of Las Vegas has attracted much attention from prospective buyers coming in at number 7 in the list of the top 100 area to live in.
Homebuyers hopeful to secure a place here will have to fork out an average $547,652.
The narrowly Democrat leaning area offers a suburban feel with an array of coffee shops and parks. Most residents own their own homes rather than rent, which can help build a feeling of longer-term community.
Southern Nevada’s Las Vegas Valley is home to the master-planned community of Summerlin. It borders Red Rock Canyon and the Spring Mountains to the west; It is part of unincorporated Clark County and part of the official city limits of Las Vegas. This quickly developing local area possesses north of 22,500 sections of land and as indicated by its engineers, “has developed to envelop in excess of 230 parks, multiple dozen public and non-public schools, 14 places of love, nine fairways, three retreat lodgings, sporting offices, retail and diversion focuses, deep rooted office stops, a clinical focus, and the sky is the limit from there.”
There are three associations in the community—North, South, and West—that are in charge of two dozen residential and commercial villages.
At the hour of the 2010 statistics, Summerlin’s populace was almost 100,000, having ascended from 59,000 occupants in the year 2000. In 2007, National Geographic Adventure ranked the community as the “#1 best place to live and play,” and Money magazine ranked it as one of the “Best Places to Live in America” in 2014.
Jean Amelia Summerlin, the grandmother of Howard Hughes, a billionaire land developer, inspired the name Summerlin. The Howard Hughes Partnership keeps up with responsibility for ace arranged local area, alongside Downtown Summerlin (the local area’s chief shopping, eating, and amusement region) and the Las Vegas Ballpark (home of the Las Vegas Pilots small time ball club, which is named in Hughes’ honor).