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Tournament Hills


Located in the residential village of The Hills, Tournament Hills is one of the many master-planned communities in Summerlin. What sets this neighborhood apart from the others, however, is the fact that it is considered by many as one of the best places for upscale real estate and luxury living. The atmosphere at Tournament Hills is just as classy, elegant, and beautiful as you would expect from a neighborhood built into a world-class golf course. Offering spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip, the Spring Mountains, and the Tournament Players Club at Summerlin, Tournament Hills has one of the best locations in the city.

Tournament Hills Homes for Sale

Tournament Hills is built in and around the Tournament Players Club at Summerlin, which is a world-renowned golf course that plays host to the PGA Tour. In fact, it was on these greens that Tiger Woods won his first PGA Tour. While the club is membership only, Tournament Hills can have loads of amenities at their doorstep by becoming a TPC Summerlin member. Aside from TPC Summerlin, Tournament Hills also has a number of amenities within the neighborhood and in nearby communities. Some of these amenities include the Hills Center Business Parks, The Plaza at Summerlin, Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center, The Donald W. Reynolds Cultural Center, Lit’l Scholar Academy, and The Shenker Academy.

Tournament Hills Real Estate

The properties at Tournament Hills range in style from classic to contemporary, but all of the homes are luxury homes. The custom homes in this guard-gated neighborhood range in size from around 4,000 square feet to well over 10,000 square feet on lots that are over one acre large. This means your home can be large enough to cover ten bedrooms and over ten car garages. Homes in this neighborhood typically start at around $1,000,000, while larger lots and larger custom homes may cost tens-of-millions of dollars.

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