The most expensive ad in Greater Las Vegas is this futuristic house with an 11-car garage
A new 15,000-square-foot “modern Vegas” mansion outside Las Vegas went on the market earlier this week for $ 28 million, making it the most expensive ad in the metro area.
Located in Henderson, Nevada, southeast of the city, the residence could also be the most expensive residence sold in the area if it closes at a price close to its asking price, according to Multiple Listing Service records.
A new record for most expensive condo in the state was fixed earlier this week, when a 12,940-square-foot penthouse near the Las Vegas Strip sold for $ 16.25 million, according to records.
Sin City saw an influx of new buyers since the Covid-19 pandemic started pushing people to smaller, more affordable cities, the Wall Street Journal reported in April. Prices there rose nearly 13% in April compared to the same time last year, according to the most recent data from Las Vegas Realtors.
This superlative new list, known as Vegas Modern 001, features plenty of high-end amenities, including a great room with retractable walls, water on three sides, and views of the Vegas Strip and the Red Rock Mountains. , a sky bar and lounge, an office casita, seven fire functions, 200 solar panels and a smart home system that integrates security, sound and energy management.
“This is one of the finest and most avant-garde properties to ever come to the market,” said listing agent Kristen Routh Silberman of Synergy Sotheby’s International Realty. “It’s a showcase of how people are going to live in the future.
The home can accommodate up to seven bedrooms, including a master suite with a private patio, and there are nine bathrooms, according to the listing. There is also a separate suite accessed by a glass deck, a chef’s kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero touchscreen appliances, a full catering kitchen, a glass wine cellar, native plantations, and a garage that can accommodate. accommodate up to 11 cars.
“Vegas modern” is the design philosophy of Blue Heron, the local architectural firm that created the show house, said Tyler Jones, the firm’s founder and owner, during a virtual tour of the property.
“It’s about harnessing the energy of our city, where we were born,” he explained. “It’s meant to connect with people about today’s modern Las Vegas lifestyle. “