Henderson & Las Vegas 
Golf Courses Homes

Besides private golf courses, Henderson has 9 public golf courses. Most courses have homes on every piece of land that is not being utilized by the course itself. There are 21 golf courses in Las Vegas, 3 in North Las Vegas, 3 Municipals, and 5 courses in private communities in the valley.

Some of these locations will also have multiple courses. As a grand total, including Pahrump, Mesquite, Boulder City, Primm, the Piute Reservation Course, and Laughlin, there are over 51 golf courses within 50 miles of Las Vegas.

Golf course homes are extremely varied in size, lot size, location, and price depending on the community and course. We’ve sold 2 bedroom homes with golf course frontage and much larger.

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Feel free to explore our website and searches. We are usually available by telephone or fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Please know that we can email you homes currently for sale that fit your criteria- anything to make home searching easier for you.

With over 30 golf courses with homes surrounding them in the Las Vegas Valley, there should be a great home out there for you!

Read about the separate areas and search over a dozen communities with all home types. We’ve separated golf searches into cities on the links below. Feel free to contact us for a Private Showing or for a Home Consultation – 702-750-7599.

Home Choices In Golf Communities: 

Ranging from mansions to Condominiums and everything in between. There are a lot of housing choices and options! Besides what type of home is available in your price range, there’s a variety of location types to consider in a golf community.

Summerlin golfPrice: Differences in price and value of a property can be small or extremely large depending on the lot size and location. For example, a home on the 18th hole at Rio Seco in Seven Hills will cost a lot more than a home on the 3rd Fairway on the sale course. Same thing on less prestigious courses except on a smaller scale.

Location: General factors to consider- Are you on a Fairway or near a Tee-box? Fairways get more golf balls hitting the house. Tee Box homes have voices carry into their yards and have less backyard privacy but balls hitting your home are rare. Putting greens have people hanging around laughing and having fun.

Security: Almost every golf course community is gated or guard gated. Golf Courses also have private security staff. Besides patrolling the course, the streets are patrolled. Some communities offer vacation checks, and many 55+ communities have an emergency flashing light system that’ll alert the security patrols and neighbors.

A Relaxing Feel

View: Views are varied. Are you a people watcher? Do you like sunsets and sunrises, water, grass, desert landscaping, mountain views, wide-open space?

Entertainment: My father loves sitting in his raised spa watching the golfers play during the day, then eating outside while enjoying the sunset. He experiences the cool breeze off the golf course, nature, and bunnies while drinking a glass of wine at night. What would you like? Warning: Las Vegas Bunnies LOVE pansies.

Peace and Tranquility: Nighttime is as dark and peaceful as you can get in Las Vegas while living in the brightest place on earth. Golf course sprinkler noise and lawn mowing once a week can, however, the wide-open spaces are usually quiet and almost as entertaining as golfers- you never know what you’ll see!

Amenities: golfGolf communities often have community centers or clubhouses, which often have a restaurant and/or a bar. Besides being the 19th Hole, these gathering spots are a great way to meet like-minded people and to entertain guests. 

Most communities with golf courses will also have other facilities. These may range from a general pool, possibly also having therapeutic pools and spa facilities, locker rooms, fitness centers, and a variety of sport courts. Besides classes, Siena has people who often play games in the shaded areas poolside. There’s a lot to do for the non-golfer too. 

Events: Each community will have events for the residents. A few have live music on the weekends. Some offer free lessons and clinics. Many have 4th of July fireworks.

Why buy a house on a golf course? I think it’s about lifestyle. What do you want? Personally, I think the best part of golf course living is having green grass to look at and not maintain it.

The Best Golf Course Community?

“The Best Golf Course Community” will depend mainly on your criteria. Do you want to live on a course you like to play? Are you looking at a golf community for the ambiance and community? Do you want to be in a 55+ Community with a lot of activities and amenities? The most expensive housing is at Dragon Ridge in Henderson. The most affordable golf course homes will be in Los Prados and Stallion Mountain. Sun City and Del Webb communities are priced more reasonably.

Whether you play golf or not, you’ll probably use the same factors as with any home to decide- “What area of town do you want to live in?” and “What do you want to pay?” then we add golf course choices to the equation. Prepare to tee off and let’s get started!

This website and information are made available for you to explore by Kurt Grosse with Realty One Group. Kurt is a Las Vegas Top-Producing Realtor since 1996 and a Retired Building Engineer (P.E., C.E.). His goal with his buyers and sellers is to use his skills and knowledge to protect them in this ever-changing Las Vegas Real Estate Market. With how quickly homes are built in Southern Nevada, his skills are invaluable.


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