The 55+ Communities of Las Vegas, NV

Aerial view of the Las Vegas, Nevada cityscape in the evening.
Living near the lights of Las Vegas is easy if you're an active adult.

One of the top retirement destinations in the country, the Las Vegas region, has cemented its status as a high-end location thanks to its world-class entertainment and dining options, as well as its year-round warm weather.

While many 55+ communities in metropolitan areas are located in the suburbs, several Las Vegas area communities buck that trend. While there are a few located in suburbs like Henderson, there are a few just a short distance away from popular spots like the Las Vegas Strip, Fremont Street, and of course, the many extravagant casinos and resorts that put Las Vegas on the map.

Read on below to learn more about some of the best active adult communities that Las Vegas has to offer.

Sun City SummerlinLas Vegas, NV

Low $300s – Mid $1Ms

Exterior view of the theater at Sun City Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada
Sun City Summerlin is Del Webb’s first active adult community in the Las Vegas area.

Located within the Spring Mountain Range, Sun City Summerlin is Del Webb’s first active adult community in the Las Vegas area. The community is part of the Summerlin master-planned community and features nearly 8,000 reasonably priced single-family and attached resale home.

Floor plans consist of 18 attached models and 24 single-family home models. In terms of attached homes, plans provide 1,003 and 1,757 square feet of space and include one to two bedrooms, one to two-and-a-half bathrooms, and one-and-a-half to two-and-a-half-car garages.

Single-family homes, meanwhile, range from 1,086 to 2,895 square feet and include one to three bedrooms, two to two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two to two-and-a-half car garage. Whichever home you choose, many properties provide great views of both the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding golf course.

Sun City Summerlin is home to four clubhouses, each providing unique amenities. Examples include an indoor spa, exercise rooms, an aerobics center, multi-purpose rooms, and more. Outside, residents will find six tennis courts, four shuffleboard courts, a racquetball court, an outdoor track, and a mini-golf course. As mentioned, the community provides three courses to play. Each made to accommodate golfers of all skill sets, these courses are perfect for gathering your friends and enjoying a day out on the green.

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Rancho Las BrisasLas Vegas, NV

Low $300s – High $300s

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Rancho Las Brisas is right next to some of Las Vegas’ most popular destinations.

A close-knit community of 180 single-family homes, Rancho Las Brisas is a 55+ community that is conveniently located right next to some of Las Vegas’ many popular destinations. Completed in 1996, the community features open floor plans that range from 1,188 to 1,768 square feet and include two to three bedrooms and one to three bathrooms.

In terms of amenities, Rancho Las Brisas provides a large-scale clubhouse that acts as the social center of the community. Inside, residents enjoy the multi-purpose rooms for community events and social excursions, a library, catering kitchen, and billiards room. The amenities continue outside with an outdoor pool and patio area, perfect for sitting back and relaxing under the warm Nevada sun. Or, for those seeking a bit of competition, a tennis court is set up nearby as well.

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Heritage at CadenceHenderson, NV

Low $400s – High $600s

The outdoor pool at Heritage at Cadence in Henderson, Nevada
Heritage at Cadence has a diverse lineup of amenities for residents to get lost in.

A recent addition to the Las Vegas area, Heritage at Cadence is located in Henderson within the master-planned Cadence community. The community plans to offer 980 single-family and attached homes upon completion. Residents can choose from four separate collections: Duets, Symphony, Chorus, and Encore. Regardless of which model you choose, each home includes perks such as stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, raised-panel maple cabinetry, and home automation.

At the center of the community is the 22,713 square foot Heritage Recreation Center. Homeowners will find inside a private fitness center and indoor lap pool for staying in shape, a cafe for grabbing a quick bite to eat, a hobby and game room, an art studio, and more.

Outdoors, residents can gather for picnics and barbecues, all while enjoying the pickleball, bocce, and horseshoe pits. Additionally, there are walking and biking trails for exploring the area as well as a swimming pool and waterpark. Whatever their preference may be, Heritage at Cadence has a diverse lineup of amenities for residents to get lost in.

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Solera at AnthemHenderson, NV

Mid $300s – Mid $600s

The community sign for Solera at Anthem in Henderson, Nevada
Solera at Anthem includes both single-family and attached models.

Solera at Anthem is located in Henderson as part of the larger Anthem master-planned community. Comprised of 1,822 homes, Solera at Anthem includes both single-family and attached models that range from 1,140 to 1,771 square feet. Each home provides open floor plans that include two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.

Residents will find much to like at the 24,000-square-foot clubhouse. The spacious facility features a fitness center with state-of-the-art exercise equipment and an indoor pool. Other features include the lounge area, a catering kitchen, and an arts and crafts room. Golf lovers will be happy to know that just minutes away is the Revere Golf Club, an award-winning public course that hosts thousands of golfers each year.

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