Sun City Summerlin is among the most popular age-restricted communities in the United States. Completed in 1999, Del Webb’s first foray into Southern Nevada active-retirement developments remains a rousing success. The 2,400-acre community is home to more than 14,000 residents. All residences must have one owner/occupant at least 55 years old, and there are no permanent residents under age 19.
There are approximately 7,800 homes in Sun City Summerlin. All homes were built between 1989 and 1999. The residential decor is Southwestern stucco and tile, and nearly all homes are single story. Sizes range from under 1,100 square feet to more than 3,000 square feet.
All homes were built between 1989 and 1999. The residential decor is Southwestern stucco and tile, and nearly all homes are single story. Sizes range from under 1,100 square feet to more than 3,000 square feet.
Pro golfer Billy Casper and architect Greg Nash designed the community’s three golf courses: The Highlands, The Palm and Eagle Crest. Other amenities include four community centers, five pools, and tennis and racquetball courts.
Sun City Summerlin residents have their own shopping, dining and entertainment venues, including Plaza North and Plaza South. The Smiths Shopping Center and Rampart Center are found at the perimeter of Sun City Summerlin, and other retailers are located just outside the community. The Summerlin Parkway and I-215 Beltway provide easy access to the entire Las Vegas valley.
Summerlin residents enjoy a variety of amenities, including 18 major parks, 80 neighborhood parks, golf courses, tennis courts and several public swimming pools. The area is near shopping, schools, dining and entertainment.
Additional amenities at Sun City Summerlin include: Five pools (two of which are indoor), Three golf courses, Hobby rooms, Tennis and racquetball courts, Spas and exercise rooms, Four community centers, Nearly 100 sports, recreation and hobby clubs
Sun City Summerlin is close to shops, restaurants and businesses. Many retailers are located within the community, but the Summerlin Parkway and I-215 Beltway provide easy access to other locations in the Las Vegas valley.
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