Spring Valley

Spring Valley

Las Vegas, Nevada Homes for Sale

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About Spring Valley

Comprising much of the southwest quarter of the Las Vegas Valley, Spring Valley is an unincorporated town home to a diverse population of families, celebrities, small business owners, big business executives, and more. While the town was first developed as a small, master-planned community, it now covers over 33 square miles and includes the Las Vegas Chinatown district.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $129,990 to $1,100,000

Closed Prices: $80,000 to $2,105,000

Median Sale Price: $360,000

Average $ per sq ft: $243

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $320, $0 to $350/mo, $43 to $141/quarter

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1949 to 2020

Sq. Ft.: 452 to 14336 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 12 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 15 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Getting Around Spring Valley

Around Spring Valley

One significant aspect of Spring Valley is the vast choices when it comes to types of housing and living spaces. This area has everything from studio apartments, condos, and townhomes to single-family homes and areas zoned for horses. Visitors can drive down Tropicana Avenue and see everything from condos perfect for young professionals to the gated Spanish Trail community that's a golfer's dream, all within minutes from each other.

Since Spring Valley is so large and spread out, an abundance of good eating can be found within its borders. Spring Valley's Chinatown district sets its culinary scene apart from the rest of Vegas with a great selection of Chinese, Thai, and Japanese cuisine. This isn't all the neighborhood does well, however--Cajun, Italian, and Polynesian restaurants are also popular.

Expect to see residents walking their dogs or jogging along busy streets in Spring Valley. This area is very pet-friendly and has a variety of dog parks and dog-friendly dining. The town also has an abundance of strip malls, schools, and family-friendly amenities.

From karaoke bars to tiki lounges, Spring Valley has a great nightlife within its borders, but The Strip is also a short distance away. On any given weekend, residents might spend a night out at the most famous casinos and clubs in Vegas or visit a local gaming bar closer to home. The Town Square shopping district is southeast of Spring Valley and gives locals further options for unwinding on the weekends. Since Spring Valley is popular with the city's workforce, there are a lot of late-night and 24-hour establishments to enjoy.

Whether you want to dine on a patio, take a stroll through a park, or catch a movie, Spring Valley is a great place to spend a Sunday. There are a number of parks in the area, including the popular Desert Breeze where families have picnics, kids play sports, and dogs chase each other at the dog runs. The home field of the Las Vegas Raiders is located just east of Spring Valley, so NFL fans in the community can attend home games and enjoy the festivities surrounding them.

Spring Valley is somewhat walkable, but many residents get around by car in this expansive area. RTC buses are fairly active throughout Spring Valley. A bus line along Flamingo Road offers rides to The Strip. Ride-shares and taxis fill in the gaps in public transportation. As with most Vegas neighborhoods, owning or having access to a car is ideal.

This multifaceted neighborhood offers a wide variety of prices to meet almost any budget. On any given street, property can vary from affordable and moderate living to affluent and extravagant. Whatever you're looking for, you have a good chance of finding it in Spring Valley.

Locals Love

  • Proximity to The Strip
  • Many school choices
  • Dog-friendly

Locals Don't Love

  • Congested streets
  • No direct freeway access
  • Poor walkability

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