7867 Buffalo Edge Ct Las Vegas NV 89178 Beautiful and like New 3818 sq ft 2-story, large 3-car garage home in the master plan of Mountains Edge! This Customized Property features 5 bedrooms Plus downstairs Den, 4.5 baths, formal dining room, family room, and spacious kitchen. Pre-wired for Surround sound and Flat TV’s. A sizeable covered front porch, paver walkway. Ceramic wood plank style flooring in all downstairs areas, carpet in bedrooms, and tile flooring in all bathrooms. Modern kitchen with glass tile and backsplash, gorgeous White Granite Counters, and Espresso 42 Inch cabinets. GE SS App with double oven and sit down Island. Large private backyard backs to future expanded Mountains Edge Regional Park area. Resort Style backyard w/ fully tiled travertine hard surface deck area, covered patio with pre-wired outdoor TV and Surround Sound. Backyard with stunning Tropical Pool and Spa w/ Stacked Stone Waterfall and Sheer Decent. Multiple benches & color changing LED mini lights in pool. Also includes a connected seating area with glass fire stone in gas fire pit, perfect for hosting events under Mountain Edge Desert skies.
Mountain’s Edge is located in the town of Enterprise, tucked into the southwest corner of the Las Vegas Valley. Founded in 2004 and developed by the Focus Property Group, Mountain’s Edge grew from 3,500 acres of raw land to a manifestation of more than 12,500 homes, like a fantasy springing to life. This neighborhood is unique compared to other master planned communities in the market, since it sprouted from nothing and yet still offers tremendous value through meticulous planning and excellent amenities.
Mountain’s Edge was the #1 selling master-planned community in the USA for four years in a row, and has repeatedly ranked in the country’s top 10. It attracted some of the nation’s top home builders to carve out a multitude of neighborhoods, recreational amenities, public facilities, open space and various retail and industrial centers.
Built with concern for environmental resources, Mountain’s Edge is devoted to restoring native landscape where it was previously eroded by human presence. The entire community now follows development guidelines to save water, and the residents of Mountain’s Edge are committed to helping maintain and restore natural beauty in the area.
Mountain’s Edge represents a partnership between old and new, where legends of the Old West meet the future of environmentally conscious living. It was created as a new community with depth and character engrained in its design. The community’s honest vibe of insight and character is evident to those who live in Mountain’s Edge, as well as to anyone who visits these neighborhoods to have a look around.
The parks, trails, streetscapes and homes all come together to form a genuine connection between family, community, and natural surroundings with a history that goes back centuries. The people who lived here before us, and the land they dwelled on, are well respected in Mountain’s Edge.
Mountain’s Edge Parks & Amenities
Mountain’s Edge is home to many parks integrated with the natural environment. Exploration Peak, the mountain park at the main entrance to the community, was re-vegetated with close to 10,000 native yucca and creosote plants. The playground is on a 2,800-foot natural mountain with an 80-acre western-themed park at the bottom.
Walking and biking trails lead to scenic mountaintop vistas with a panoramic view of the Las Vegas Valley, as well as the Mountain’s Edge community itself. Other features of Exploration Park include replicas of a western town and Indian village, an archaeology dig site, a water play area and outdoor amphitheater.
The 220-acre Mountain’s Edge Regional Park offers enhanced picnic facilities, BBQ pits, shelters, restrooms and dog water fountains, with an ice-cream man on the weekends. Its 18-acre fitness area features racquet sports, basketball court, baseball diamond, multi-use turf fields, an outdoor climbing experience, large outdoor gym area with exercise stations, walking trail, skate park, and two age-specific jungle gyms. There’s also a mini bike town complete with tiny streets, stop signs and crosswalks for kids to learn bike and scooter safety as they ride.
Nathaniel Jones Park is the perfect neighborhood park and meeting area. You can play basketball, jog along the walking trail, take the kids to the tot lot and splash pad, and gather the family for a picnic.
Paiute Park is a newer park in Mountain’s Edge, and it features a multi-use sports field, basketball courts, sand volleyball and tot lot.
This southwest Las Vegas community also puts you close to an incredible number of businesses and industrial plazas up and down Blue Diamond Road, otherwise known as State Route 160. The town of Blue Diamond is only 10 minutes away and offers a blast from the past, complete with a general store where you can grab a soda or play board games with some friends. Further down the highway, you’ll find Mountain Springs and the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
To the east of Mountain’s Edge is the Silverton Casino, one of the favorite local hangouts for catching live entertainment, conventions and a night out gambling. Next door, you’ll find Bass Pro Shops and the first Cracker Barrel built between LA and St. George, Utah.
Being right along Blue Diamond Road, and close to the 215 Beltway, Mountain’s Edge gives you easy access to the entire playground of Las Vegas, including the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy a night out on the town with a 5-star dinner and a live show, or grab some Happy Hour cocktails with friends before a movie at the gorgeous Town Center open-air mall. Either way, it’s a 15-minute trip, just like the commute to McCarran International Airport. Or you can drive west and head straight to California.
A slightly longer drive east takes you to Henderson, Lake Las Vegas, Boulder City, Lake Mead, and Hoover Dam, depending on how many minutes you want to drive. The world is your oyster when you live at Mountain’s Edge.
Mountain’s Edge Schools
Mountain’s Edge is easily accessible to some of the best private and charter schools around, including several campuses of the Coral Academy of Science, Doral Academy, Pinecrest Academy, and Legacy Traditional School.
Public schools in this community include Carolyn S. Reedom Elementary School, William V. Wright Elementary School, Jan Jones Blackhurst Elementary School, Lois and Jerry Tarkanian Middle School, Lawrence and Heidi Cannarelli Middle School, Wilbur and Theresa Faiss Middle School, and Desert Oasis High School.