You’ll find uniquely designed homes on foothills east of Las Vegas — PHOTOS | Las Vegas Review-Journal

You’ll find uniquely designed homes on foothills east of Las Vegas — PHOTOS | Las Vegas Review-Journal

The mountains of Las Vegas is an interesting place to live. It seems like there are only two kinds of people, ones who hate it, and ones who love it. When you talk to the people who live in the hills it is easy to see why they would choose to live up in the mountains. The view is fantastic, the air is good, everything is just sterile and perfect. As time passes more and more people seem to be occupying the hills of Las Vegas
 

You’ll find uniquely designed homes on foothills east of Las Vegas — PHOTOS | Las Vegas Review-Journal

In the quiet, rural neighborhood on the foothills of Frenchman Mountain east of Las Vegas you can see a Victorian mansion, a geodesic dome and a pagoda, all within a few blocks of one another. On the inside, some of the houses have even more distinctive features, such as walls that can be changed remotely to nearly any color, a bottle art window and a 35-foot fireman’s pole. “That’s what happens when you don’t have a homeowners association and you have a lot of free thinkers,” said John Henry Hoffman, who has built two homes in the neighborhood.

In the quiet, rural neighborhood on the foothills of Frenchman Mountain east of Las Vegas you can see a Victorian mansion, a geodesic dome and a pagoda, all within a few blocks of one another. On the inside, some of the houses have even more distinctive features, such as walls that can be changed remotely to nearly any color, a bottle art window and a 35-foot fireman’s pole.

“When they saw the plans, a lot of the neighbors complained about it and said it belonged east of the Mississippi,” Sharon Larson said. “People called us The Addams Family or The Munsters”

Most people who live on the hill cite the view as a main reason they moved there. Realtor Barb Eagan has one of the smaller homes in the area, but a better view than many.

The mountains of Las Vegas is an interesting place to live. It seems like there are only two kinds of people, ones who hate it, and ones who love it. When you talk to the people who live in the hills it is easy to see why they would choose to live up in the mountains. The view is fantastic, the air is good, everything is just sterile and perfect. As time passes more and more people seem to be occupying the hills of Las Vegas

In the quiet, rural neighborhood on the foothills of Frenchman Mountain east of Las Vegas you can see a Victorian mansion, a geodesic dome and a pagoda, all within a few blocks of one another. On the inside, some of the houses have even more distinctive features, such as walls that can be changed remotely to nearly any color, a bottle art window and a 35-foot fireman’s pole. “That’s what happens when you don’t have a homeowners association and you have a lot of free thinkers,” said John Henry Hoffman, who has built two homes in the neighborhood.

In the quiet, rural neighborhood on the foothills of Frenchman Mountain east of Las Vegas you can see a Victorian mansion, a geodesic dome and a pagoda, all within a few blocks of one another. On the inside, some of the houses have even more distinctive features, such as walls that can be changed remotely to nearly any color, a bottle art window and a 35-foot fireman’s pole.

“When they saw the plans, a lot of the neighbors complained about it and said it belonged east of the Mississippi,” Sharon Larson said. “People called us The Addams Family or The Munsters”

Most people who live on the hill cite the view as a main reason they moved there. Realtor Barb Eagan has one of the smaller homes in the area, but a better view than many. Via reviewjournal.com

 

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