Seven Hills luxury home represents new Las Vegas aesthetic

Seven Hills luxury home represents new Las Vegas aesthetic

Your home is supposed to be the most sacred place in your life. Lynn and Craig Ferguson spent two years working on their 2 acre dream home in Alabama. They sat down one day, dreamed up a home, which turned out to be a 5,300 square home and made it possible. Dennis Suggs chose to build his dream home with Toll Brothers. He was also pleased when his dream home was finished, though it did take some time.

Seven Hills luxury home represents new Las Vegas aesthetic

A Seven Hills luxury home might be representative of a city culture emerging from adolescence. The striking, glass-and-steel structure contains five bedrooms and measures nearly 8,500 square-feet of living space.

“People who live in Las Vegas also have a home someplace else — in Newport, in Tahoe, or they have a home out in the country,” said Ivan Sher Group, principal with luxury real estate broker Shapiro & Sher Group Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties. He has the listing for the $6.2 million home at 2673 Boboli Court. “What is happening is, they are seeing the same or greater level of architecture, design and build quality in their home (here). Las Vegas is now growing up.”

The property offers all the features luxury homebuyers have come to expect: smart-home technology, home theater, gourmet kitchen and expansive views from multiple vantage points.

Less common amenities include fire pits and an elevator connecting the first-floor living room to the sleeping quarters on the second level. Read more…

Your home is supposed to be the most sacred place in your life. Lynn and Craig Ferguson spent two years working on their 2-acre dream home in Alabama. They sat down one day, dreamed up a home, which turned out to be a 5,300 square home and made it possible. Dennis Suggs chose to build his dream home with Toll Brothers. He was also pleased when his dream home was finished, though it did take some time.

A Seven Hills luxury home might be representative of a city culture emerging from adolescence. The striking, glass-and-steel structure contains five bedrooms and measures nearly 8,500 square-feet of living space.

“People who live in Las Vegas also have a home someplace else — in Newport, in Tahoe, or they have a home out in the country,” said Ivan Sher Group, principal with luxury real estate broker Shapiro & Sher Group Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties. He has the listing for the $6.2 million home at 2673 Boboli Court. “What is happening is, they are seeing the same or greater level of architecture, design and build quality in their home (here). Las Vegas is now growing up.”

The property offers all the features luxury homebuyers have come to expect: smart-home technology, home theater, gourmet kitchen and expansive views from multiple vantage points.

Less common amenities include fire pits and an elevator connecting the first-floor living room to the sleeping quarters on the second level.

Your home is supposed to be the most sacred place in your life. Lynn and Craig Ferguson spent two years working on their 2-acre dream home in Alabama. They sat down one day, dreamed up a home, which turned out to be a 5,300 square home and made it possible. Dennis Suggs chose to build his dream home with Toll Brothers. He was also pleased when his dream home was finished, though it did take some time.

A Seven Hills luxury home might be representative of a city culture emerging from adolescence. The striking, glass-and-steel structure contains five bedrooms and measures nearly 8,500 square-feet of living space.

“People who live in Las Vegas also have a home someplace else — in Newport, in Tahoe, or they have a home out in the country,” said Ivan Sher Group, principal with luxury real estate broker Shapiro & Sher Group Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada Properties. He has the listing for the $6.2 million home at 2673 Boboli Court. “What is happening is, they are seeing the same or greater level of architecture, design and build quality in their home (here). Las Vegas is now growing up.”

The property offers all the features luxury homebuyers have come to expect: smart-home technology, home theater, gourmet kitchen and expansive views from multiple vantage points.

Less common amenities include fire pits and an elevator connecting the first-floor living room to the sleeping quarters on the second level.

 

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