1. Michael Way

Michael Way is a neighborhood located between Summerlin and Las Vegas that has many different housing opportunities and is one of the most affordable places in the Las Vegas area. You can expect to have the comfort of all the amenities you need at the tip of your fingers without having to go too far out of your way. There are many different places to shop and dine in the area as well as many parks to get a fresh breath of air.

2. Lone Mountain

Lone Mountain is a neighborhood in Las Vegas that got its name from a single detached mountain from the Red Rock National Conservation Area. This area offers many beautiful views as well as hiking trails, horse trails, and jogging trails for those who love the outdoors. Lone Moutain offers some of the most beautiful homes in the area that are sought after by prospective homeowners. Apart from the trails of the mountain itself, the Lone Mountain neighborhood has much to offer with parks and recreation like the Lone Moutain Discovery Park that offers sports courts and picnic areas.

3. Summerlin North

Summerlin North is an association that is part of the master planned community of Summerlin. This community is known for its low crime and beautiful housing that has everything needed to make it one of the greatest neighborhoods to live in. Summerlin North is often called one of the best places to live and play and it lives up to that name! This community is in close proximity to the life of Las Vegas while offering many amenities of its own. Summerlin North is home to some of the areas best shopping and dining experiences as well as many parks to enjoy the outdoors.

4. Centennial Hills

Centenniel Hills is one of the newer and more recent master planned communities to come to the Vegas area. In the middle of this community is the Centeniiel Hills Shopping Plaza full of many different places to eat, shop, and catch some of the latest movies in theaters. In addition to the great amenities of of this area, Centenniel Hills has some of the most desirable homes in the area sought after buy many prospective home owners. This community is one of the most desirable living areas because of the shopping, dining, beautiful homes, and one of the largest community parks!

5. North Cheyenne

North Cheyenne is a community of residents that are mostly retired and looking for a nice and quiet neighborhood. This community offers many different places to shop and dine and is close to the North Las Vegas Airport making it a great location to live for those who love travel. The traffic of this area is extremely light for being near an airport and has many sidewalks for getting in those extra steps. North Cheyenne has been rated one of the best neighborhoods to live in in the Las Vegas Area and there’s no shortage of activities to stay busy.

6. Charleston Heights

Charleston Heights is a neighborhood located in the Las Vegas area that many residents enjoy living in. Charleston Heights has no shortage of things to do including the top-rated Charleston Neighborhood Park that has playground equipment, BBQ areas, an open field great for tossing the ball around, and a great wrap around track for a nice walk in the evening or even on a lunch break. While this community is great for both shopping and dining its great because it is closely located to Las Vegas where there is a ton of nightlife, shopping, dining, and fun waiting just around the corner!

7. East Las Vegas

If you are looking for a small community in the Las Vegas Valley that still offers a lot of shopping and dining experiences, then East Las Vegas is the place for you! This community offersmuch to do on its own for its residents as well as being close to Las Vegas and everything offered there. All kinds of different residents live in East Las Vegas from single residents to families offering anything from houses to apartments to fit everyone’s lifestyle. This community is great for everyone and stand out among the rest!

8. The Lakes

The Lakes is a master-planned community that gets its name for being at the waterfront. This neighborhood is surrounded by many man-made lakes with breathtaking views of the water. This community offers its residents the feeling of a resort while being close to some of the best places to shop and dine. The Lakes is a highly sought after community that is exclusive to only homeowners with many activities the residents can enjoy. There are many hiking trails and water sports available as well as other community activities. The housing here is diverse enough to fit any lifestyle from houses to condos alike.

8. Rancho Charleston

One of the most highly-rated communities to live in within the Las Vegas area is easily Rancho Charleston. This community has many different options for residents for shopping and dining while being close to the amenities of Downtown Las Vegas. Rancho Charleston is a great place to live especially for students and professionals since it is close to the University of Nevada. This neighborhood has many sidewalks making for a peaceful commute to work or for walking your best friend since this community is known for being dog-friendly. Housing options are affordable and offer many options giving both homeowners and renters unlimited possibilities.

10. West Las Vegas

West Las Vegas is a neighborhood filled with a lot of Las Vegas history. So much history is found in this community that it is often referred to as Historic West Las Vegas. This neighborhood is located between the Las Vegas Strip and what’s known as the “Spaghetti Bowl” intersection which is the cross of I-15 and US-95. Many of the clubs and casinos that are located here not only offer entertainment but a history lesson as well. This neighborhood is close to Las Vegas and offers many different options for both shopping and dining as well much in the entertainment department.

11. Sunrise

With a population of around 18,000 residents, Sunrise is a community located not far from East Las Vegas that is known for being a nice neighborhood to live in. If you love to go shopping or have a specific food craving, then Sunrise has everything for you. This community is one of the most affordable neighborhoods to live in while offering a close commute to the Las Vegas area. Sunrise is great in another aspect for being located so close to Las Vegas so you can enjoy all the fun it has to offer especially for families including the Discovery Children’s Museum!

12. Tule Springs

Tule Springs is a large urban retreat located in the Las Vegas Valley that is a significant desert ecosystem made of small lakes that form an oasis in the Mojave Desert. In the pre-Columbian era, this area was home to many Native Americans and has been listed as an archaeological site on the National Register of Historic Places. When looking for places to see the sites this neighborhood definitely delivers in the area itself and being in close proximity to the Red Rock Conservation Area. This community has no shortage of dining, shopping, great schools, and nature!

13. Sun City Summerlin

Sun City Summerlin is one of the top-rated communities for 55-year active adults that is located in a prime location between the mountains and the Las Vegas Strip. This community is strictly for adults and offers everything you need for a great community including a golf course, Olympic-sized pool, and fitness centers. Sun City Summerlin is also part of the Summerlin master-planned community offering beautiful tree-lined streets with premier dining, shopping, and entertainment experiences. Residents enjoy many different activities like clubs as well as entertainment like guest speakers, music performances, and movies.

14. Kyle Canyon

If you’re wanted to live in one of the best places that Las Vegas has to offer, Kyle Canyon is perfect for you! Kyle Canyon is not only a top place to live in Las Vegas but is one of the best places to live in Nevada. This area is perfect for those who love the outdoors offering many different parks and outdoor nature areas that give a more natural vibe without straying far from the life of Las Vegas. This community has around 14,000 residents that enjoy the beauty Kyle Canyon has to offer and is great for families because of the surrounding nature, picnic areas, and great schools!

16. Green Valley

Green Valley is a more high-end neighborhood that is actually a part of Henderson, Las Vegas. This community is Southern Nevada’s first master-planned community that came to be in 1978. This neighborhood has 8,400 acres on the southside of the Las Vegas Valley that has much to offer the residents that live there. Green Valley has all the amenities you need to feel at home from different shopping areas to many different bars and restaurants to grab a bite to eat at. Green Valley is still a part of the Clarke County School District offering many different top-rated schools for the area.

17. Henderson

As the second-largest city in Nevada, Henderson is located only 16 miles away from the biggest city in Nevada, Las Vegas. Henderson is considered to be a part of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Area occupying the entire southeastern end. Early in history Henderson was best known for the supply of magnesium during World War II and being the home to Lake Las Vegas. This community has no lack of entertainment with many city activities like shopping and dining as well as taking a breath of fresh air on one of the many hiking trails available. This community is great to live in, being one of the safest around.

18. Mountains Edge

Mountains Edge is a neighborhood that came to life in February of 2004 and is located in the town of Enterprise, Nevada. This community is known for having some of the most beautiful homes in Las Vegas and has a vast network of shops, schools, and professional buildings. If there is anything you need outside of this community there is no worry since the Las Vegas Strip is close enough to offer a variety of dining options as well as entertainment. When the city gets to being too much, one of the perks of Mountains Edge is the parks and trails to give you a boost and beautiful views of nature.

19. Spring Valley

Spring Valley is a neighborhood located close to the Las Vegas Strip that came to be in May of 1981. This community was originally started as just a small area that has since grown to be most of the southwest quarter of the Las Vegas Valley. If you’re looking for one of the best suburbs to live in within the Las Vegas area with many different dining options and great schools, look no further! Spring Valley is a wonderful place to live and visit offering many different amenities like Vegas has to offer with a lot less traffic and a lot more safety.

20. Paradise

In December of 1950, the community of Paradise began and has since grown to be the 4th most populated area of Nevada. Paradise has been a common tourist destination housing many of the attractions that bring visitors to the Las Vegas Strip. Paradise is great for those who love travel not only as a destination spot but for being central to a lot of travel amenities like the McCarran International Airport. Being close to the airport makes this area easier for residents who have jobs that require frequent travel. There is much to do in this community that makes it one of the greatest places to visit and even better to stay!

21. Winchester

In 1953 this unincorporated town was named Winchester after being referred to as Paradise A for the many years prior. Winchester contains some of the Las Vegas Strip offering some of the greatest dining and entertainment options. This neighborhood is close to Las Vegas and sits in the east-central part of the Las Vegas Valley putting it in a great location for those who like the rush of the city without living in the middle of the action. Winchester is considered a safe neighborhood of the Vegas area and offers many different parks and entertainment options with even more just a short drive away to Las Vegas!