Throw Back Thursday – Sunrise Villas Townhomes Provide An Easier Way Of Life In Vintage Las Vegas
Some of my favorite townhomes in Vintage Vegas are actually within the geographic boundaries of Las Vegas in 1970, but were all built between 1970 and 1979.
Here’s a little information on SUNRISE VILLAS. There are 9 total communities, which all pretty much look the same, have the same basic floorplans, same lush landscape, and the same community designs.
All of them are along the Eastern Avenue and Pecos/Mcleod corridors between Desert Inn and Flamingo, with only Sunrise 9 south of Flamingo. Most of the 9 communities are gated, and all have similar pools, spas, tennis court, and lush landscape.
There were 6 basic floor plans. Since they’re 4 units to a building, the inner units have front courtyard entries, and tend to be the most popular. All of the units have large patios overlooking the green belts. Sizes range from 2 bedroom, 2 bath, at just under 1300 sf to the largest “la paz” model at 2118 sf. All the floorplans include an iterior “atrium” which lets the sunlight in, and allows for a small garden setting inside the home.
They were designed for “active adult living” with only 1 story units, patios instead of backyards and there aren’t any playgrounds for children. They’re not age restricted, but don’t tend to attract families with children. Most of the owners are retired or working middle age. It’s a great way to live without having to maintain yards, or exterior paint.
There are currently seven Sunrise Villas Town homes on the Market Ranging in price from $180,000 to $265,000.
If you’d like to find out more, or have any questions about any of the great town home communities give me a call today for more information.
Jack LeVine has been trusted by well over a thousand clients in the last 28 years. He gets the job done – and gets it done right. No other agent in Las Vegas has the depth of knowledge and experience that Jack has of the vintage neighborhoods, the mindset of buyers for 50 or 60-year-old homes, and the special things that dramatically affect the value of a vintage home.
If you want to sell (or buy) a Vintage Las Vegas era home – Call or email Jack LeVine of Very Vintage Vegas Realty – 702-378-7055 firstname.lastname@example.org