The Most Expensive Retirement Communities in The Las Vegas Area

Most Expensive Retirement Communities in Las Vegas

Many couples decide to switch it up at retirement age and move into a community for active adults. However, selecting a community for residents 55+ doesn’t necessarily mean giving up the luxuries the couple enjoyed before retirement. In fact, some active adult communities help couples access more of the activities they love.

Many retirement communities come with the opportunity to access amenities like swimming pools and well-appointed fitness centers that are just a short walk from the home. Take a look at the luxurious amenities of the most expensive retirement communities in Las Vegas.

Scots Pine

Scots Pine is a community of single-story ranch-style homes in Stonebridge. These large residences boast a range of 3,370 square feet to more than 4,000 square feet and are priced from the $700,000s. Some features are customizable.

The homes of Scots Pine offer luxurious features like walk-in pantries, luxurious master suites, gourmet kitchens, and covered patios. Other excellent architectural features include courtyard entrances, spa-like master baths, and pet spas.

Sun City Anthem

Sun City Anthem is another neighborhood within the Summerlin community that was completed around 2000 and offers mature tree-lined streets and resort-style amenities. 

The homes at Sun City Anthem feature covered patios, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens, and dual master bedrooms. Amenities include a clubhouse with a 312-seat theater, an 18-hole golf course, and exercise facilities like an Olympic-size indoor pool, spa, pickleball courts, and tennis courts.

Sun Colony at Summerlin

Also called Sun Colony Siena, Sun Colony at Summerlin is an expansive 665-acre master-planned community built next to the golf course in Summerlin. The gated neighborhood affords its residents excellent views of the nearby Western Mountains, and it’s possible to see the lights of the Las Vegas Strip at night.

The community features several excellent and eye-catching amenities, like the 39,000-square-foot community center that boasts rooms for every sort of activity, as well as a ballroom measuring 7,200 square feet.

Luxury Retirement Communities in Las Vegas

Regency at Summerlin

The luxurious homes of Regency at Summerlin are priced from the $600s and start at around 1,600 square feet. Residents may choose from several models and can work with a design consultant to personalize their homes.

Each series of homes at Regency features a different style and feel. For example, the Delamar is perfect for open-concept living and an excellent choice for those who enjoy entertaining. Future residents can easily entertain themselves in their homes or in their backyard retreats.

Evander at Heritage Stonebridge

Evander is a 55+ active adult community within the masterplan community of Stonebridge. Prices range from the $800s to $900s.

On-site amenities include bocce ball and pickleball courts, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center and swimming pool. Nearby attractions include fine dining, concerts, and all the entertainment of the Las Vegas Strip.

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