There are many things about Las Vegas, Nevada that can be considered “world-class”, from its brightly-lit casino-hotels to its professionally-designed gold courses. Aside from the golf courses and hotels, however, Las Vegas has another world-class gem in the MacDonald Highlands. Planned to be one of the lowest-density luxury communities in Southern Nevada, MacDonald Highlands has some of the most spacious and beautiful real estate in the State of Nevada. With some areas and amenities still under development, however, you may have to wait a while before you can purchase your home and lot in this nature-inspired wonderland of a community.
MacDonald Highlands Luxury Homes
MacDonald Highlands, in Las Vegas, is a 1,200-acre community with developers that want to push the boundaries of what a luxury community is. In the true spirit of luxury, opulence, and prestige, MacDonald Highlands is to feature some of the country’s greatest amenities, like the one and only Jack Nicklaus Academy, where you can learn from some of the best golf instructors. Aside from the Academy, MacDonald Highlands features a top-notch clubhouse with a ballroom, swimming pool, and establishments for fine dining , private dining, and family dining, as well as a sports bar. The Dragonridge Country Club also features a state-of-the-art fitness center and an 18-hole championship golf course. The community also features a number of recreational areas, such as parks, gardens, and scenic trails.
MacDonald Highlands Real Estate
When choosing a lot and home in MacDonald Highlands, you get to choose between custom homes or semi-custom luxury homes. The lots here typically range from 4,500 square feet to 7,000 square feet in size. The prices at MacDonald Highlands start at about $600,000 and can go up to the tens-of-millions, depending on the size of the lot and the custom design of your home. With great views of the Las Vegas Strip, beautiful trails in the McCullough Mountains, and top-notch amenities, it’s no wonder that (despite not being fully-developed yet) MacDonald Highlands is already over 50% sold out.