Four-bedroom homes are a great choice for medium-sized families in the Las Vegas area. However, depending on where you live, prices will vary significantly.
To ensure we provide house hunters with an accurate picture of four-bedroom housing prices in 2023, we’ve organized 20 well-known areas and neighborhoods into categories and added price ranges for each.
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Las Vegas Area Home Prices Overview
1. Downtown Las Vegas and Downtown South Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in and near Downtown Las Vegas and Downtown South run from $300K to $2MM.
Below are some neighborhoods in and around the Las Vegas Downtown area.
John S. Park Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in the John S. Park neighborhood are $800K to $900K. There may be some variability outside of this range.
For those unfamiliar, John S. Park is located within minutes of Downtown Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip. It is a 120-acre neighborhood with a layout that doesn’t adhere to the existing grid and instead follows its own planning strategy.
You’ll find a lot of trees and secluded settings here, more so than on average in Las Vegas.
Most of the properties in John S. Park are single-family and duplexes.
Home styles in this neighborhood include Minimal Traditional, ranch-style, Tudor-style, and Colonial-Revival (American Planning Association).
Five Points Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Five Points typically range from $400K to $500K.
Five Points is a suburb located near John S. Park and Downtown Las Vegas.
Cultural Corridor Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Cultural Corridor range from $300K to $400K.
The Cultural Corridor is a neighborhood in Downtown Las Vegas that features the Las Vegas Natural History Museum and The Neon Museum Las Vegas.
Rancho Circle and Rancho Bel Air Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Rancho Circle and Rancho Bel Air run from $1MM to $2MM.
These two neighborhoods are situated next to each other, with Rancho Bel Air being just north of Rancho Circle.
Both of these neighborhoods are located west of Downtown Las Vegas. They are also only a few minutes east of the famous Springs Preserve nature botanical gardens.
2. Winchester Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Winchester run from $320K to $600K.
Winchester is located just south of Downtown South Las Vegas and intersects with the Las Vegas Strip.
3. Paradise Home Prices
Four-bedroom home prices in Paradise range from $315K to $2MM+. The most expensive homes in Paradise are located near Sunset Park.
4. Whitney Ranch
Four-bedroom homes in Whitney Ranch run from $430K to $690K.
Whitney Ranch is a neighborhood in Henderson.
5. Green Valley North Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Green Valley North range from $365K to $1.4MM.
Green Valley North is a neighborhood in Henderson.
6. Green Valley South Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Green Valley South range from $470K to $1MM+.
Green Valley South is a neighborhood in Henderson.
7. Green Valley Ranch Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Green Valley Ranch range from $500K to $1.5MM.
Green Valley Ranch is a 1300-acre master-planned community in Henderson.
8. MacDonald Ranch
Four-bedroom homes in MacDonald Ranch range from $550K to $8.5MM.
MacDonald Ranch is a neighborhood in Henderson.
9. Seven Hills
Four-bedroom homes in Seven Hills run from $470K to $4.5MM+.
Seven Hills is a master-planned community in Henderson.
10. Gibson Springs
Four-bedroom homes in Gibson Springs range from $440K to $600K.
Gibson Springs is a neighborhood in Henderson.
11. West Las Vegas (including Bonanza Village) Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in West Las Vegas range from $300K to $600K.
West Las Vegas, also known as the Westside, is located northwest of the Las Vegas Strip. It is a historic neighborhood.
12. Inner Northwest Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes within Inner Northwest average around $450K.
Inner Northwest is a suburb located near Desert Shores.
13. Charleston Preservation Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in West Sahara range from $340K to $400K.
Charleston Preservation is a neighborhood in Las Vegas. It is about five miles west of the Las Vegas Strip.
14. Desert Shores Home Prices
Four-bedroom houses in Desert Shores range from $450K to $1.7MM.
Desert Shores is a master-planned community in northwest Las Vegas. It is just east of Summerlin.
15. The Lakes Las Vegas Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in West Sahara range from $425K to $3MM.
The Lakes is a planned community located on the west side of Las Vegas, near Summerlin.
16. Peccole Ranch Home Prices
Four-bedroom home prices in Peccole Ranch range from $420K to $775K.
Peccole Ranch is a neighborhood located on the west side of Las Vegas. It is south of Summerlin.
17. Summerlin Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Summerlin range from $380K to $2.5MM+.
Summerlin is quite a large community with many neighborhoods inside of it, hence the broad price range.
18. Summerlin South Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Summerlin South run from $700K to $2MM.
19. Summerlin West Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Summerlin West run from $500K to $1.9MM.
Summerlin West is an association within the Summerlin master-planned community.
Summerlin West is on the westernmost part of Las Vegas and is located close to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
20. Lone Mountain Home Prices
Four-bedroom houses in Lone Mountain range from $430K to $1.8MM.
Lone Mountain is a neighborhood in Las Vegas. It is in the northwestern part of the city, north of Sun City Summerlin.
21. Centennial Hills Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Centennial Hills run from $350K to $1MM+.
Centennial Hills is a master-planned community that was opened in 2008. It is one of the more recent MPCs in Las Vegas.
22. Tule Springs Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Tule Springs range from $490K to $1MM+.
Tule Springs offers a retreat from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas. It is located in the very northern part of the Las Vegas area.
23. North Las Vegas
Four-bedroom homes in North Las Vegas range from $200K to $450K.
The city of North Las Vegas offers reasonable proximity to Las Vegas’ amenities while also offering some distance from the main activity hub.
24. Spring Valley Home Prices
Four-bedroom homes in Spring Valley range from $250K on the extreme low end to $2MM+ on the very high end.
Spring Valley is a town in the Las Vegas area that covers a significant swath of developed land a few miles west of the Las Vegas Strip.
Factors That Determine A Home’s Value
Size and Condition
It’s no secret that the size and condition of your home are going to heavily impact its value. A fixer-upper, for instance, is going to have a lower price per square foot than a brand-new home.
Additionally, certain features, such as more bedrooms and bathrooms, are going to make your home more valuable. As a general rule, homes that have more bedrooms and bathrooms are going to have a higher price per square foot.
It’s often possible to get an intuitive feel for the value of a home by doing a walk-through of it. Obvious signs of wear and tear are big red flags. Subtler problems will need a professional inspector to spot them.
Problems with the foundation, plumbing, and electrical system are all important to catch before committing to a purchase.
Other than your house’s size and condition, its location is perhaps the main factor that will impact its overall price.
Location determines your amenities, employment opportunities, the safety and crime rates of your area, and what schools are nearby.
Where you are located will also determine your local zoning laws, which is something to consider. Homes in areas with desirable zoning for residential, commercial, or industrial use will likely have higher values.
Upgrades add value to homes, although not every upgrade is going to offer the same level of benefit.
A pool, for instance, can add thousands of dollars of value to a home in Las Vegas.
Other potentially helpful upgrades include:
- Home office
- Basement – Adding a basement (in certain areas of the country) can bring a higher value
- New roof
- Updated kitchen
- Updated bedrooms and bathrooms
Other things you can do to increase your home’s value include:
- Landscaping – Improving the outdoor space of a home with new landscaping, hardscaping, or outdoor lighting can improve the overall look and feel of a property.
- Energy-efficient upgrades: Installing new windows, insulation, or a new HVAC system can lower energy bills and increase the value of a home.
- Painting: A fresh coat of paint can instantly transform a space and give it a new look.
It’s wise to consult with a professional real estate agent before committing to an upgrade that you want to make for investment purposes.
A home’s value is strongly influenced by market conditions, which operate independently of the owner and what he or she does to prepare the house for sale.
When people are rushing to buy homes, it’s a given that the seller is going to have an opportunity to leverage the demand and increase their sale price.
Another factor that comes into play is the value of comparable homes in the area. Homes that are priced lower or higher than yours can affect your home’s value.
Unemployment in the local area and population growth will also most likely have an impact.
Work With An Experienced Real Estate Agent
A skilled real estate agent can assist in selling a home in several ways, such as:
Pricing – Our agents have access to market data and can help determine the optimal asking price for a home based on recent sales of comparable homes in the area.
Marketing – Our agents can develop a marketing strategy for a home, including hosting open houses and producing professional photographs and virtual tours.
Negotiating – Our agents can handle negotiations with potential buyers and help you navigate the offer and counteroffer process.
Paperwork – Our agents can assist with the completion of necessary forms and documentation, ensuring that the sale of the home is completed legally and efficiently.
Networking – Our agents have access to a network of potential buyers and can leverage their contacts to find interested buyers for a property.
Expertise – Our agents have extensive knowledge of the real estate market, local regulations, and the buying and selling process and can provide guidance and advice to sellers throughout the process.
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