This Classic Mission-style Townhome with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and den, features its own private, gated courtyard entry and 5 sets of sliding glass doors to allow inside/outside living. Enjoy the park-like green belt common area from the large back patio, accessible from the Living Room and 2nd Bedroom Suite.
The home’s sunny kitchen has fresh white cabinets and counter tops, ample storage and pantry and a pass-through window to the courtyard, making serving and entertaining a breeze. A small breakfast bar opens to a dining nook. A classic brick fireplace with gas log partially separates the dining nook from the open family room with vaulted ceilings.
The Family room’s large and open space allows for flexibility to design your own living concept. The spacious master suite also features a deep, wall length mirrored wardrobe and access to the courtyard as well as an en-suite bath that with tiled walk-in shower and large vanity area and box window that overlooks the unique interior-atrium which allows for lots of natural sunlight to flow through the property.
The large second bedroom suite also offers a private direct entry to the guest bedroom and spacious closet. This unique property can be sold partially furnished; some of the personal property items are negotiable at a price with the seller. Please call the listing agent for more details.
Las Vegas is world-renowned for its glittering lights, beautiful showgirls, perfectly-crafted cocktails, high-class casinos, and luxury homes that you can’t find anywhere else.
While modern master-planned communities offer high-end amenities and beautiful architecture, there’s just nothing like old-school Vegas charm.
Think the iconic Las Vegas lifestyle depicted in Martin Scorsese’s “Casino” with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, “Diamonds are Forever” with Sean Connery as James Bond, and “The Only Game in Town” with Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty.
Unfortunately, it’s getting harder and harder to find homes that embody that timeless and romantic era – harder, but not impossible.
Sunrise Villas Townhomes offer a nostalgic taste of vintage Las Vegas in the center of the city. Built in the 1970s, Sunrise Villas comprises nine separate communities designed with a universal theme of lush landscaping and sweeping floorplans.
Located along the Pecos-McLeod and Eastern Ave corridors, straddling Flamingo Rd and the area south of Desert Inn, the Sunrise Villas communities are mostly gated. Behind the vintage gates you’ll find sparkling community pools, spas and tennis courts, all surrounded by lush green lawns and mature trees.
If golf is your game, these communities are adjacent to the Las Vegas National Golf Course, where part of the movie “Casino” was shot, and just down the street from the Las Vegas Country Club. Of course, the central Vegas location is only minutes from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, not to mention the Las Vegas Convention Center and Sands Expo Convention Center.
These aren’t your standard townhomes, squished together or stacked on top of each other like apartments. These upscale homes come equipped with two-car garages, private courtyards and large block-walled patios overlooking green belts of grass. An inner atrium in the middle of each unit lets natural light shine through, and provides the opportunity for small herb, vegetable or flower gardens accessible from inside your home.
Designed for active adult living, the townhomes are single-story with an expansive feel. The Sunrise Villas aren’t age-restricted, but they do tend to attract more mature residents instead of young families, since you won’t find any playgrounds or kiddie pools in these communities. Typically, your neighbors will be middle-aged professionals or retired couples who appreciate a touch of class and the best of both worlds: a private house that doesn’t require yard maintenance or exterior upkeep.
Ranging in size from 1300 to over 2100 square feet, these townhomes are reasonably priced, typically running between $200,000 and 350,000. And unlike new developments, there’s not an endless supply of these homes. Being an asset that’s hard to come by, they’re sure to be a savvy investment for the future as well as a beautiful living opportunity for today.