Summerlin is one of the largest residential communities you'll find anywhere, which can make a home search there rather daunting. With so many different neighborhoods, housing types, and countless other factors to consider, where should home buyers considering the Summerlin master plan start? Well, if your budget maxes out at $500,000, here are a few great places we think might be a great fit...
Castlewood at Summerlin
One such location to start is Castlewood at Summerlin. The neighborhood offers homes at this price point generally including two- to four-bedrooms, in single-story designs.
Springfield at Summerlin
The Springfield at Summerlin neighborhood also provides homes for under $500,000, often affording three-bedrooms and three-baths. In addition, it’s possible to find private swimming pools and open floor plans throughout the community of Springfield at Summerlin.
Kingsway Ridge at Summerlin
Look for Kingsway Ridge at Summerlin to include some options for four-bedroom, three-bath homes, all for under $500,000. This typically allows for around 2,400 square feet of living space and plenty of updates with the homes of this neighborhood.
Sun Colony at Summerlin
Not to be overlooked either are the homes of Sun Colony at Summerlin. This particular neighborhood offers some two-bedroom, two-bath options for under $500,000, some with up to 2,000 square feet of living space. The price point also affords some mountain and canyon views.