Antelope Community in Las Vegas, NV 89149

Dated: January 17 2020

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Antelope is a gated community in Centennial Hills featuring two story homes and a community pool for residents.

Antelope is one of Northwest Las Vegas’ most popular single family home communities!  Located in zip code 89149 and in the MLS in Area 405, it is conveniently located near Grand Canyon & Gilcrease with quick access to shopping, restaurants, parks, and Centennial Hills Hospital near I-95 & 1-215. 

Median Estimate: $252,120  Homes: 303  Pop: 3,021

This is a well-established community that dates back to 2005, and Lennar home construction was completed around 2007. Antelope mostly features midsize homes that are very reasonably priced.

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Nearby is Gilcrease Park with Amenities:

  • Bocce courts

  • Shuffleboard courts

  • Horseshoe pits

  • Shaded play areas with water play features

  • Walking path

  • Shaded picnic areas

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Other nearby communities in the Las Vegas Valley are Centennial Hills. Centennial Hills is a master planned community that is located in the northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley. Consisting of open areas and a wide selection of single family homes, town homes and ranch style properties, Centennial Hills is also a great city to consider making your new residence.

The Centennial Center Shopping Plaza is the focal point of the community and has 900,000 sq ft of boutique stores, restaurants and movie theaters. The Centennial Hills Hospital, the Centennial Hills Library and The Centennial Hills Community Center YMCA are at the center of the Centennial Shopping Plaza. Also Centennial Hills has one of the largest community parks in the Las Vegas Valley.

Also nearby is Providence.

Built by Focus Property Group, Providence is a 1,200 acre Master Planned Community; which will include nearly 7,500 residences at build-out. Presently, the Community has over 5,000 single family homes, two multi-family complexes and a neighborhood commercial center built adjacent to an already established network of retail, commercial, educational, and entertainment destinations. Inspired after the traditional “New England” style neighborhoods of the northeast, Providence boasts tree lined streets, community parks, walking trails, and a sense of community reminiscent of the classic American literary theme of westward exploration.

Thoughtful planning and a water-conscious approach to desert-scape, has spawned a lush community rich with landscaping. Over 4,000 trees have been installed throughout the many walking paths and paseos, along with dozens of varieties of plants and shrubs. Pocket parks have been installed in almost all of the twenty-five sub-communities built throughout Providence by an array of the nation’s top homebuilders. 

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