Close to the Red Rock conservation area, Floyd Lamb State Park and Mount Charleston, you will find the delightful suburb known as Centennial Hills. Centennial hills is a rural, family-friendly community that affords residents quick and convenient access to all the amenities of Las Vegas without having to deal with the constant traffic and congestion of its urban areas. This peaceful community boasts close proximity to wildlife preserves, scenic hiking trails, picnic areas, snowboarding opportunities, gorgeous lakes and PGA-caliber golf courses.
Centennial Hills is a great place for families and many families with young children are drawn here. This relatively new suburb is just a twenty minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip, making it a really attractive destination for homebuyers wanting to enjoy all Vegas has to offer without having to live amidst its hustle and bustle. For this reason, Centennial Hills is one of the fastest growing communities in the Las Vegas Valley.
In addition to the amenities mentioned above, residents of Centennial Hills also enjoy great dining options at places such as Streets of New York and Rachel’s Kitchen. For nightlife checkout Shucks Tavern III Gaming and Oyster Bar or one of the many establishments along North Durango Drive. In addition to the Las Vegas Strip being nearby, Old Las Vegas and Fremont Street are also just twenty-five minutes away. The cost of living in Centennial Hills tends to be just under that of Las Vegas on average. Since this is a newer suburb, the homes are nice and the neighborhoods are vibrant and welcoming. Homes for sale in Centennial Hills vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, location and special features.
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