The Burbs: Vegas’s Best

    Although a million people call Las Vegas home, most of us live in the burbs rather than Downtown or in the high rises of the Strip. Its these communities that make Las Vegas such a special place to live and why so many of us are able to call this desert home. Read on to discover Las Vegas’s best suburbs to call home.

    bighorn sheepBoulder City

    Boulder City is a small, peaceful community 26 miles southeast of Las Vegas. Discover beautiful mountain and lake views as well as the very special, one-of-a-kind, Hemenway Park where herds of bighorn sheep take refuge from the summer sun. The overall crime rate is 66% lower than the national average and the income per capita is 30% higher than the national average. Plus, it was recently ranked the #1 city in Nevada to live in.

    Summerlin Southsummerlin south

    Summerlin South has experienced a population boom over the last 15 years with an increase of nearly 575% to a lofty 24,061 people, so we aren’t the only ones who think it’s a great place to live! You’ll find gated communities and mature landscaping throughout this affluent area where the median household income is $91,851. Families can enjoy a day of hiking at Red Rock Canyon or the picnic areas at Willows Park and Community Center. With just a 22-minute commute from the Strip, you’ll be close to work or close to home.

    henderson nevadaHenderson

    Henderson is the gateway to Southern Nevada. It is also one of fastest-growing metro areas in the United States and was voted one of the best places to live in the United States. Several celebrities call Henderson home (so it must be good!). Thousands of amenities keep the locals busy such as parks, golf clubs, and hiking trails. Top notch schools, luxury gated communities, and deluxe 55+ communities make Henderson one of the best places to live in the country.


    Mesquite has grown over the last decade as Baby Boomers are looking for that place to retire but don’t want to call Las Vegas home. Mesquite has the weather, the golf clubs, the amenities, and has kept its small town flavor despite its population growth (over 80% between 2000 – 2009). The cost of living is low compared to other retirement communities and the crime rate is low. Nearly 20,000 people call Mesquite home and with it only being 90 minutes away from the big city, it is most certainly one of Vegas’s best suburbs.

    enterprise nevadaEnterprise

    Enterprise is minutes away from some of the best shopping and dining experiences available in the Las Vegas area. Homebuyers love the sprawling ranch-style homes on large lots and the nearby Town Square on South Las Vegas Boulevard is a hit. As of July 1, 2016 the population is 133,724. The average home value is $323,227 and the average household income is $84,325. The amenities nearby are too many to list but with its location in the city, it is a most convenient place to live with both the Beltway and the I-15 crossing through it to make commuting easy.

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