Looking for a Historical Home in Las Vegas? Yes, we have them!

Older style North American home possibly from the 1920’s or 30’s.

Las Vegas is renowned the world over for having the latest in technology and architecture. It’s out with the old and in with the new. This has been seen over the decades, particularly with hotel and casino’s. Spectacular demolitions of older properties on the Las Vegas strip to build bigger and fancier mega resorts. Even commercial and residential spaces over the years have had a similar fate. However, if your looking for something mid century or historical, you still have options in Las Vegas!

Did you know – there are properties for sale built prior to 1940? Even 1930! As a matter of fact, you can get a property built in 1925! There is one available for sale as of today (3/19/2021). If your looking for something more mid century, you have more options. There are a number of neighborhoods that are still recognized and popular among many that have that charm.
For example, the Huntridge neighborhood in the downtown Las Vegas area is one of them. So is the Scotch 80’s neighborhood, dating back to the 1950’s. The Scotch 80’s neighborhood has had notable figures over the years living in them, such as former mayor Oscar Goodman. All in all, there are over 200 properties within Las Vegas city limits for sale built between 1940-1970.

Even if you don’t want to go that old on a house, you can get different styles in 1970/80’s built homes, which are plentiful. Many long time Las Vegas residents remember when Spring Valley was up and coming. Spring Valley has patio homes, condo’s and single family homes of all different styles. Driving through it takes you to a different time period in Las Vegas, perhaps one you remember fondly. You may even have the itch to make it your future home. If so, there are options.

So, if your looking for some history and unique style, don’t cross off Las Vegas. Just take a closer look the next time your shopping for a home and you might be surprised.

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