Feel Good About Going Home

Some homes just make you feel good. They have that perfect combination of charm, comfort, and quality. When the interior design is the ideal match for the architecture and each room beckons you to enter. The kind of home that makes you imagine all the parties you could throw or the memories waiting to be made. A home that feels like home.

Although preference is always going to vary person to person, a home like 9304 Tournament Canyon is one of those special properties you just can’t help but love. The subtle curb appeal leads into a romantic courtyard with lots of greenery and a cozy fireplace.

Beyond an alluring and oversized glass entry awaits a timeless yet contemporary open space that is ready to entertain all who enter.

The entire rear wall literally disappears, maximizing the phenomenal backyard and TPC Golf Course views, framed by beautiful wood floors and an adjacent resort-like bar.

A stately stacked stone 2-way fireplace acts as a dividing wall to a big family room and a well-appointed kitchen. Again, the rear wall disappears extending the room onto a beautiful covered patio.

Only a small percentage of homes in the Canyon Fairways community have TPC Golf Course frontage like 9304 Tournament Canyon. However, the entire neighborhood is full of mature trees and lush front yards, whereas the architecture is an enchanting mix of east meets west. Classic but current. Essentially located in the heart of Summerlin on the west side of Las Vegas, this home is only minutes away from tons of pocket commercial centers with everything you should possibly need. When you are ready to relax, on the other hand, the master suite is a resort in itself. Likewise, the dreamy pool and spa are finished with custom tile, stacked stone, and lighted fountains.

Just listed this week, 9304 Tournament Canyon is now the second highest priced listing out of 8 homes for sale in the neighborhood. With its desirable 6 bedrooms, unparalleled location, and phenomenal design, there’s no surprise as to why it is listed for an asking price of $3,500,000. A few doors down, 9260 Tournament Canyon is listed for $5,500,000 with a price per square foot that is nearly triple any other sale in the last 12 months. If that property even gets near its asking price, that will have a positive impact on the value of the entire street.

Copyright Jimmy Foster. Market Statistics from GLVAR. Photo & Video Credit Shapiro & Sher Group

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