Kestrel Commons in Summerlin, NV
Kestrel Commons in Summerlin, NV homes for sale and village information. Kestrel Commons is one of Summerlin’s newest villages coming soon to the expanding Summerlin West with Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and the La Madre Peaks serving as its backdrop. Learn more about Kestrel Commons and view homes for sale in Kestrel Commons as they become available below.
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Kestrel Commons Village in Summerlin, NV Rendering. Credit: Summerlin.com
Kestrel Commons in Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV
Kestrel Commons in Summerlin is located within the 89138 zip code west of the 215 Beltway near the Lake Mead off-ramp.
Kestrel Commons is situated directly south of Kestrel, another new village coming to Summerlin, and will overlook the Las Vegas valley boasting Strip, city, and mountain views. Below Kestrel Commons are other new and notable Summerlin villages Redpoint and Redpoint Square.
Separating Kestrel Commons from Redpoint and Redpoint Square is Summerlin’s new “Urban Core”, which is likened to the “Yin of Downtown Summerlin’s Yang”. From shopping and hang out spots to a vibrant square, this destination will be developed based on the needs of its neighbors and will take “town” to a new level once complete.
Kestrel Commons Summerlin Real Estate
Kestrel Commons will feature a blend of single-family detached and attached homes boasting contemporary architecture that blends both a suburban lifestyle and urban flare. This unique district will feature a walkable connectivity between neighborhoods and open spaces, with access to future community services, urban core, and parks.
Kestrel Commons Summerlin Neighborhoods & Builders
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Surrounding The Kestrel Commons Village in Summerlin
Kestrel Commons is part of the expanding Summerlin West on the western edge of the city. Once completed, Summerlin West will be home to 14 villages and 12 neighborhood districts across roughly 5,000 acres of land framed by Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and La Madre Mountain Wilderness Area.
Las Vegas Ballpark & Downtown Summerlin
Downtown Summerlin®, where you’ll find over 125 shops and restaurants in an upscale outdoor setting, is a quick 10-15 minutes away from Kestrel Commons. Not only will you find shopping and dining here, but there’s entertainment at Las Vegas Ballpark®, City National Arena and Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa. Downtown Summerlin is also home to many community events that take place throughout the year and offer something for everyone.
Once completed, the aforementioned “Urban Core” will also boast plenty of things to do near Kestrel Commons in Summerlin without having to travel very far to enjoy.
For outdoor activities, you’re just minutes away from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area when living in Kestrel Commons where you can hike, rock climb, cycle, or enjoy a scenic cruise. You also benefit from the 250 parks, over 150 miles of walking/biking/running trails, and various resident-only community centers that Summerlin is home to.
Golfers may also consider Kestrel Commons thanks to its proximity to several acclaimed golf courses in the Summerlin area, including TPC Las Vegas, TPC Summerlin, The Arroyo Golf Club at Red Rock and Angel Park Golf Club.
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