Are you looking for a great 5 bedroom house for sale in Las Vegas? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We have been helping people buy and sell homes in the Las Vegas area for years.
As a trusted team with high ratings on Google and Zillow, we always go the extra mile to meet your needs.
Want to learn more? Check out some of our client testimonials on our website. Or, if you’re ready to jump in and start the search for your dream home, call us today at 702-310-6683.
5 Bedroom House For Sale List
1. Modern Home In Mountain’s Edge
Located at 11018 Elk Sands Road, Las Vegas, NV 89179, this $575K single family detached home was built in 2015 by Pulte.
This is an excellent two-story home with an open floor plan, which means there is a lot of flexibility when it comes to how you arrange the interior decorations and furniture.
This house has a great kitchen with granite countertops, a pantry, a built-in microwave, cooktop, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances, and more.
The layout of this home is convenient, with the primary bedroom and bathroom both located downstairs. The primary bathroom is particularly appealing, thanks to its dual sinks, shower with dual showerheads, and walk-in closet.
The flooring is a combination of carpet and tile.
Outside the home, there is a covered patio, a private backyard, and an attached garage with two spaces.
Nearby schools are Jones Blackhurst Elementary School, Lois and Jerry Tarkanian Middle School, and Desert Oasis High School.
The local community has walking trails and parks.
2. Beautiful Home In Southern Highlands
Located at 3128 Cori Rosso Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89141, this $650K single family detached home was built in 2005.
This home is nestled comfortably within a Southern Highlands gated community and features what you would expect—a beautiful interior, a very large master bedroom, and brand new carpet and laminate flooring, among many other great features.
Outside the home, there is a large backyard and a three-car garage.
This is a corner lot.
Nearby schools are Evelyn Stuckey Elementary School, Lois and Jerry Tarkanian Middle School, and Desert Oasis High School.
3. Home Located A Few Minutes From The Strip
Located at 4304 Mott Circle, Las Vegas, NV 89102, this $550K single family detached home was built in 1979.
This is an older home with a very comfortable interior. We particularly enjoyed walking through the spacious living room, inviting bedrooms, and the roomy backyard, all of which make for an attractive purchase.
Outside the home, there are solar panels, an attached two-car garage with an extra carport, and a large 6,970 square foot lot.
Schools nearby are Vegas Verdes Elementary School, Cashman Middle School, and Clark High School
4. Refurbished Home With A Pool
Located at 4676 Tamalpias Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89120, this $379K single family detached home was built in 1971.
This one-story home has a warm, inviting atmosphere. Comfortable bedrooms, a wonderful kitchen area, and a large lot with a pool make this a compelling contender.
We expect this house to go fast.
5. Former Model Home With Lots Of Upgrades
Located at 3163 Varenna Ridge Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89141, this $550K single family detached home was built in 2007.
This house brings a lot to the table. It has a kitchen with granite countertops, a great guest suite with a full bath and loft, and so much more. Check out the pictures we’ve posted at the link above.
Nearby schools are Dennis Ortwein Elementary School, Lois and Jerry Tarkanian Middle School, and Desert Oasis High School
Work With An Experienced Real Estate Agency
If any of the houses on this list interest you, call us at 702-310-6683.
Not what you’re looking for? Well, the good news is, we have several more five bedroom homes available for your consideration. You can find them using our Home Search page.
If you would like one of our experienced real estate agents to help you search for your ideal home, call us anytime. We will open a dialogue with you to learn what your must-haves and deal-breakers are and how we can best accommodate your needs.
All of our agents have separate lines of communication, so if you’d like to talk to a specific agent, let us know, and we’ll put you in touch!
Further Reading: Tips For Finding Great Homes For Sale In Las Vegas
Finding a new home isn’t always easy. Fortunately, there are tried-and-true principles that you can follow that will make your search easier. Keep reading to learn more about them!
Be Cautious About Zillow’s Price Estimate
Did you know that when Zillow makes a price estimate, they are using a formula that may not be 100 percent accurate?
While Zillow and other real estate marketplace companies try to be as accurate as possible, their price estimates are actually based on user-submitted data and are sometimes subject to error.
A price estimate on Zillow might be quite different from the appraised value.
If you see a price that is either too high or too low on Zillow, but you like the look and feel of the house, it’s a good idea to follow up with some research and find out the actual price of the home.
Know What Your Dream Home Looks Like
Before starting your search, it’s good to know what you’re looking for in a home. This will narrow down your list of possibilities and keep you from spending a lot of time looking at homes that ultimately don’t meet your needs.
The question to ask yourself is, “What style of home do I really want?”
Are you looking for a townhome, a single family detached home, or even a luxury villa? Whatever the answer is, once you know what you want, you can then start getting specific with the details.
Determine What You Want And Don’t Want
As we just mentioned, you first have to know what you want on a broad scale.
Then, once you’ve figured that out, you can determine what you want your house to have and what you absolutely don’t want.
You can also determine the areas where you are willing to compromise.
Your list of must-haves and deal-breakers shouldn’t be limited to your house alone. We recommend taking into account numerous elements, such as nearby schools, amenities, and the local neighborhood.
Accounting for the future is also important. If you’re planning on having kids, having other family members move in with you, or getting a pet, this should have some influence on your buying decision.
Not every home you look at will be in top shape. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that a home in need of some TLC is a bad choice. Maybe that fixer-upper is actually your dream home in disguise.
If you find a great home that needs some work, you might consider remodeling.
Things like replacing the carpet or upgrading the kitchen with better appliances aren’t too hard to do but can make a world of difference.
Get A Pre-Approved Loan
Getting pre-approved for a loan is tremendously advantageous when you are buying a home.
Once your lender has decided how much they’re going to lend you, you’ll have a much better idea of your budget and what homes are realistically available.
Spend Time In The Local Area
The conditions of your local area have a huge impact on your quality of life, so it’s a smart idea to spend a few days driving around the area and seeing if you like it.
Visiting schools and local restaurants and even attending community events—all of these are important.
Another thing to pay attention to is traffic. What kind of traffic will you be dealing with on a day-to-day basis? What is rush hour traffic like in your preferred area?
Finally, what is the local market like? Will the value of your home increase over the next several years?
These are all important questions.
Get A Survey If Needed
Knowing your property lines is essential when buying a home. Property line maps are usually available to buyers, but if not, you’ll want to get a survey, so you don’t run into any surprises.
This will save you a lot of trouble if you ever have a property dispute with a neighbor or encounter another issue in which knowing the boundaries of your property is necessary.
Get An Inspection
Getting an inspection is not only a good idea but is necessary (in our opinion) for finding a high-quality home. Home inspections frequently detect things that buyers miss.
The average cost for a home inspection in the Las Vegas area is around $300. Given that your inspection can find issues that could cost you thousands of dollars or more to fix, this makes the price of your inspection well worth it.
Once you know what the problems are, you can decide whether or not you want to fix them.
Work With A Pro
While there is nothing wrong with using the internet to search for an ideal home, we don’t think it’s a good idea to rely solely on the internet.
The next step is working with a real estate agent unless you have a lot of experience buying homes by yourself.
Not only will a real estate agent help find you high-quality homes, but they will also negotiate with the seller on your behalf to land you the best deal…and they will put you in contact with trusted inspectors, contractors, and landscapers so that you don’t have to search around for the right people.
A Little Bit More About The Real Estate Guy
Aaron Taylor The Real Estate Guy and the other core members of The Real Estate Guy team have been helping people buy and sell Las Vegas homes for decades.
In the past several years, operations have expanded, and we now work in many areas around Las Vegas, including Henderson, Paradise, North Las Vegas, Mt Charleston, Pahrump & Laughlin.
We have many happy clients and get much of our work from referrals. That’s because people trust us. The culture at the Real Estate Guy is all about going above and beyond to make sure you are 100 percent satisfied with your home sale or purchase.
If you are currently looking to buy a home, we can help you find just the right place, whether you want multiple acres, several baths, a big backyard, a pool—you name it.
If you have any questions about the sq ft of your Las Vegas home, your property lines, HOA fees…whatever it is, reach out to us today. We’ll be happy to answer your questions.