Painted Desert is a guard gated golf course community located just south and west of the I95 and Anne Rd in Las Vegas. Most all home construction was completed in the 1990’s, with around 1,500 homes in all. Many retailers are located in or near the community, including the 900,000-square-foot Centennial Center.
Local highways provide easy access to all areas of the Las Vegas valley. Recreational opportunities abound in the area around Painted Desert.built on 460 acres. Homes surround the Painted Desert Golf Club. There are production homes, custom homes plus a large selection of “duplex” style villas and conventional condominiums available, many of which offer golf views. Commute to the center of the strip will be 20 to 30 minutes depending on traffic.
Besides golf, Painted Desert offers residents-only pools and tennis courts, and there are plenty of opportunities for jogging, walking and bicycling. Nearby Floyd Lamb State Park offers fishing, hiking and picnic areas. Mount Charleston offers skiing and sledding in the winter months, and hiking and picnicking in the summer. And Centennial Hills’ new Town Center will feature a large regional park as well as dog parks, soccer fields, volleyball and a water-play area.
Painted Desert Golf Club was the Las Vegas valley’s first true desert golf course. The emerald fairways are separated by native desert vegetation, and several lakes add to the course’s natural beauty. Award-winning architect Jay Morrish designed this challenging desert target course. It is considered the best maintained public course in Nevada. Painted Desert Golf Club opened in 1987. This guard-gated community is a great value for golf enthusiasts and those who simply love the views of a golf course and gorgeous mountains. The golf course here is designed to buffer the homes from the outside world and actually surrounds the community.