Centennial Hills in the northwest corner of the Las Vegas valley along U.S. 95, near I-215, provides an ideal retreat from the noise and excitement of downtown and the strip. Centennial Hills consists of single-family detached homes, condominiums, townhouses and estate properties.
Residents can admire the wonderful breathtaking views of the strip and downtown Las Vegas, or they can take a short drive and get involved in the action. This gives you the conveniences of the city, but living far enough away from the noise and traffic of Las Vegas to very pleasant.
At the outer edge of the valley 14 miles northwest of the Las Vegas strip, it's still conveniently located near a wide variety of shopping and dining including the 900,000 square-foot Centennial Center shopping complex.
Local highways provide easy access to all areas of the Las Vegas valley. McCarran International Airport and the Las Vegas Strip are only 30 minutes away.
There are several recreational areas in Centennial Hills, and the community is also close to Floyd Lamb State Park and Mount Charleston. In the middle of Centennial Hills is Town Center, a 110-acre mixed use site that has soccer fields, dog parks, picnic areas, volleyball courts and more.
The new Centennial Hills Recreation Center will be the largest leisure center in all of Las Vegas! The 98,000 square foot community center will be located on 18 acres in Centennial Hills Park. When completed the community center will feature an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, two gymnasiums, a senior center and space for multi-generational activities.
A state of the art public library is to be located just east of the community center. The library will be 30,642 square feet, and will include, a reading lounge with outdoor seating overlooking the park, wireless internet, bookstore/café, separate computer area for adults and young people and a Young Peoples Library.
Less than 3 miles away is the 2,900 acre wonderful Floyd Lamb State Park at Tule Springs. The park offers lakes with fishing, wildlife, picnic areas, and beautiful views of the Sheep and Spring Mountain Ranges. Floyd Lamb Park is considered an archeological site with indications of human use before 13,000 B.C. Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary is located near Floyd Lamb Park.
Included in the park is a 320 acre first class equestrian park designed to be host to regional and national competitions and will include a wide range of arenas, trails, boarding facilities, and plenty of parking.
To the north of the park will be the Clark County Shooting Park. The planned 2,900 acre park has already broke ground. The facilities will include a hunter education center, indoor range, public day use range, tactical range, rifle range, a cowboy mounted shooting arena, and a 1,200 yard high-powered rifle range.
When you are looking for your home at the end of the rainbow, check out this pot of gold living amenities at Centennial Hills.