Scotch 80s has been dubbed many names, here are some of them; “The Residential Crown Jewel,” “Classic Luxury Community of the 50s-60s,” “Hidden Gem of Vegas” and there are others. The reputation of Scotch 80s never waned, instead it only became more interesting as time goes by.
Scotch 80s is Southern Nevada’s first masterplanned community. This 120-acre community is situated in the heart of Sin City, just off Charleston and I-15. It’s proximity to the Strip provides homeowners quick access to the Strip’s endless supply of world-class amenities.
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Homes in Scotch 80s sits on wide open lots, starting at half an acre going up. Many of the homes here have immaculate landscaping, full-sized tennis courts, and large swimming pools in their backyards. A lot of homes have also upgraded to new bathrooms and kitchen to accommodate the modern lifestyle.
Classic luxury, comfort, security and that endearing small-town feel are the main reasons why many still choose this vintage community over the newer ones. These mid-century modern homes range from $100,000 to over a million.
Notable personalities like Jerry Lewis, Howard Hughes, Oscar Goodman, Nicolas Cage, Holly Madison, Denise Valdez, and Senator Tick Segerblom, are just some of the names who found their homes here.
The community showcases charming tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and serene beauty.
And because it’s just a short drive from almost anywhere, shopping, entertainment and dining are abundantly available for Scotch 80s homeowners.
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