Southern Highlands is a beautiful community nestled in the scenic foothills of Las Vegas. Located along the I-15 just 15 minutes from the Strip and surrounding the acclaimed Southern Highlands Golf Club, the setting is ideal for families and couples, with something for everyone. Residents have access to gorgeous parks and trails and large amounts of outdoor space, outstanding public and private schools, convenient urgent care and fire stations, fun neighborhood events, luxury spa services, world-class golf and high-end shopping and dining options. The convenient location is also close to McCarran International and Henderson Executive Airports. A house in Southern Highlands is more than a home; it’s a lifestyle.Southern Highlands features six beautiful and spacious parks with a host of features. Amenities include covered play areas and structures, gazebos, water features and walking paths, and the gorgeous Paseo hiking and biking trail that weaves through the community. Two dog parks let the furriest members of your family join in the fun. Reserve a park for your next big event or special occasion. For more information on this lovely community, please complete the card below and it would be our pleasure to help you find your dream home today.
- As war rages, Tripoli art gallery opens in rundown old cityAs a new war reached the Libyan capital, businessman Mustafa Iskandar opened an art gallery and cultural center, hoping to draw attention to a long-neglected old city in need of revival.
- 'Plogging' craze goes global as fitness fanatics take out the trashThe Swedish phenomenon of "plogging", where joggers combine their run with picking up the trash they find in nature, is going global as both environment and fitness fanatics benefit from the new...
- Picture perfect - Congo ranger's gorilla selfie goes viralStanding casually and turning their heads to stare straight at the camera, Ndakazi and Ndeze look like any cool selfie pros - only these posers are gorillas.
- Athens painter turns blockbusters into motion picture artGreek artist Virginia Axioti's work is seen by thousands of people every week, but none of it is digital.