North West Las Vegas
North West Las Vegas Communities are known for their quality and great locations. From Cheyenne, just north of Summerlin, to the north and from the I-95 to the west is generally considered north west Las Vegas. Many claim that it has the Summerlin feel without the Summerlin prices.
Communities like Iron Mountain Ranch or El Capitan Ranch offer very comfortable living. In fact, residents enjoy just about every style and price range of housing found in the valley. Las Vegas real estate from starter homes to elaborate custom homes people can find what they want. The north west is one area where a lot of custom building is still happening. Huge homes spread over considerable acreage have been around for years as neighboring homes are being built. Many homes in Las Vegas look alike in style and feel but certain parts of the north west display new unique homes. Some of the communities are designed in conformity for those who enjoy the traditional neighborhood feel. Some of the newest communities developed in the valley can be found as ground is broken daily.
Many people decide to live in north west Las Vegas because of its distance from the hustle and bustle of city life. They have adequate access if they want it but in many cases residents are 40 minutes from the strip which narrows down the noise, traffic, and activity. It is out of the way for those who prefer a quieter standard of living.
North west Las Vegas communities tend to have fewer or lower HOAs than some other parts of the valley. Some of the communities were built with the idea in mind that the residents and home owners would govern themselves and maintain great neighborhoods. For those who don't mind paying for an HOA to ensure their community remains clean and orderly there are communities for them.
Many of the streets and neighborhoods have been around for a decade so shopping centers and business parks are already established which isn't the case in some still developing parts of town. Huge grocery centers, pet stores, furniture, banks, restaurants, etc. are close at hand.
Well kept parks are frequently found throughout the north western real estate developments. Some are specific to a community and some are available to the general public. Swimming pools, basketball, sand volleyball, barbques, and many more features are available.
Though the north west is out of the way there is great access to the rest of the city. The Beltway 215 has been expanded to handle a great deal of traffic. The I-95 cuts strait toward the strip when going south and towards Mt. Charleston when going north. Both intersect with the I-15. Arterial streets run through the area as well providing for ample access to most areas of town.