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Sun City Summerlin (AGE RESTRICTED)

Sun City Summerlin A Summerlin Village

Sun City Summerlin 55+, a vibrant 55+ community on the western side of Summerlin in Las Vegas, features 7,779 homes. Developed by Del Webb starting in 1989, this community is located within the 89134 ZIP code.

Sun City Summerlin provides stunning mountain and Strip views. Residents can conveniently access city amenities, including Downtown Summerlin and Red Rock Casino. The famous Las Vegas Strip is a quick drive away, thanks to nearby transit options such as the 215, 95, and Summerlin Parkway.


Discover an active and fulfilling lifestyle at Sun City Summerlin, where residents can enjoy abundant amenities and activities tailored for a vibrant retirement experience:

Starbright Theatre

Four Fitness Centers: Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows, Pinnacle, and Sun Shadows.

Three Restaurants: The Summit Restaurant, Tavern at the Falls Restaurants, and Millers Tavern at Palm Valley.

Three 18-hole Golf Courses: Highland Falls Golf Course, Palm Valley Golf Course, and Palm Valley Golf Course (All three designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash).

Enjoy diverse recreational activities with ten Pickleball courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, twelve lighted tennis courts, and much more. For more information about the amenities at Sun City Summerlin, please visit https://suncitysummerlin.com/

Why choose Tyler, William, and Ken at Luxury Homes of Las Vegas?

LUXURY HOMES OF LAS VEGAS offers an exceptional selection of luxury homes for sale in HendersonSummerlin, and Las Vegas, ranging from semi-custom to custom-built masterpieces designed to cater to the most discerning tastes of luxury homeowners.

With over 30 years of experience, Luxury Homes of Las Vegas is the trusted name for buyers and sellers of luxury homes in the greater Las Vegas area. Our team comprises three top-producing luxury real estate agents with a proven track record of success: Tyler Brady, Ken Lowman, and William Brauner.