Regency at Summerlin
New Las Vegas Age Restricted, 55+ Community
Regency at Summerlin HOA fees.
$350 a month + Master Plan fee of $50 a month
Median Selling Price and Size Home
$1,150,000 – 2002 sq ft.
(This is a 3 month rolling average)
This development, built by Toll Bros. is towards the south end of Summerlin, just south of Sunset Rd. and just off of Hualapi. It is at the very southern edge of Summerlin in the new “Cliffs” village.
Approximately 425 homes have been built. Amenities include a 16,000 sq. ft. “amenity center” with an indoor lap pool, outdoor pools, tennis courts and clubhouse. There is a guard entrance, for guests and residents, and an electronic gate for residents only. Two tennis courts, two bocce ball courts and six pickle ball courts are additional amenities. Here is the thing with respect to gates. A gate of any kind provides a level of additional security. A community with only a guard gate provides quite a bit more. With a hybrid community like this with both a guard gate and a electronic gate, the guard gate, in my opinion, becomes largely cosmetic. I live in a gated area of 236 homes. There are often cars waiting at the gate to follow someone through.
There are 3 collections of homes for a total of 9 models and with all models having 3 potential exterior elevations. Sizes range from 1668 sq. ft to 2398 sq. ft. One of the larger models, The Marble Bluff, does have a casita option in place of a tandem garage so with the casita, that could make this the largest home available.
This is a much smaller community than say the almost 8,000 homes of both Sun City Summerlin and Sun City Anthem, but this is truly a welcome addition to the age restricted options available locally.
General observations. Regency at Summerlin Reviews. The size, amenities and location of this community make if roughly comparable to Del Webb Lake Las Vegas and Heritage at Sunstone. Some of the models have 15 ft. and 16 ft. ceilings in some of their living areas which is unheard of in local age restricted communities in this area. A couple of the models have beamed ceilings, another first locally. The topography is better than I anticipated with some terracing to the lots as well as it has a sort of nestled in the mountains feel with mountains fairly close to the west and south. See the model photo below to judge how close the mountains are.
View lots? Good question. Some of the lots have some views, probably between houses. Before construction it can be deceptive. A terraced high side lot could look like, even with a home below, that views could very well be maintained. I know from experience you really have to be high up to maintain much of the views. By this I mean if you are say 15ft. higher than the lot below your views could be totally compromised. Just a word of warning.