About Centennial Hills
Current Prices: $160,000 to $8,495,000
Closed Prices: $95,000 to $4,200,000
Median Sale Price: $385,000
Average $ per sq ft: $246
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $468/quarter, $0 to $396, $0 to $278/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1945 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 560 to 12099 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 13 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 11 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres
Around Centennial Hills
Grand estates and million-dollar manors on the outskirts of Centennial Hills offer a tranquil lifestyle with plenty of breathing room, while master-planned communities offer the convenience of a low-maintenance lifestyle. More modest single-family homes and condominiums can also be found throughout Centennial Hills, particularly on the southern end of the neighborhood. Restaurants, bars, and stores are concentrated around US-95 and Cheyenne Avenue.
Residents frequent a variety of restaurants along Cheyenne Avenue for sushi, tacos, and more. While many of these eateries are chains, the neighborhood does have a few local gems. Nearby casinos also provide excellent dining options. Check out the Feast Buffet at Santa Fe Station when you've got a big appetite.
Many residents of Centennial Hills enjoy spending time outdoors. The neighborhood offers a lot more open space than the city center, and as a result the neighborhood holds amenities that you might not expect to find in Vegas, such as the Las Vegas Farm, Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary, and Gilcrease Orchard. Residents in the area regularly visit the hiking trails and picnic areas at the scenic Floyd Lamb State Park and a number of other parks throughout the area.
Whether attending races at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway or watching movies at an IMAX theater, residents of the northwest part of town can always find something exciting to fill their Friday night. Local casinos in the area such as Santa Fe Station, Texas Station, and Aliante Casino have bars, concerts, lounges, bowling, live music, and gaming to keep residents entertained.
Residents of Centennial Hills are in a great spot to regularly enjoy Nevada's natural wonders. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a short drive away, offering a 13-mile scenic drive and lots of trails showcasing the area's incredible rock formations and unique vegetation. West of Red Rock Canyon is Mount Charleston, which offers spectacular views and temperatures that are generally 10 to 15 degrees cooler than the city. Mount Charleston is also an excellent destination for hiking, skiing, or an occasional staycation.
While Centennial Hills has affordable options, the neighborhood is ideal for those seeking midrange to high-end prices. Buyers won't find the same level of extravagance seen in the multimillion-dollar mansions of Henderson or Summerlin, but Centennial Hills does include some gorgeous properties with luxurious features. Those who don't need as much space but still want quality will find a good middle ground of affordability here.
US-95 is the main freeway leading to The Strip and the central part of the city, and the recent widening this road has helped the commute. The 215 is also a roundabout way to get to other parts of the city. For those that don't want to drive into town, the Centennial Hills Transit Center also has a park-and-ride lot for those that wish to carpool or take the bus into the central parts of town.
- Less congested than other areas
- Friendly residents
- Large lots
- Quiet neighborhood
Locals Don't Love
- Lots of chain restaurants
- Far from McCarran Airport
- Far from the city center
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