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Click on this image to read our “Legendary Landscapes” guide to planning your landscape in Mountain’s Edge.

At Mountain’s Edge, nature, history, beauty and community have come together to create a master plan unlike any other. Here, the spirit of the land is met by a community design that provides all the modern comforts and amenities you’ll need to fulfill your own legendary lifestyle.

Mountain’s Edge has established itself as the leader among Las Vegas master plans, and has consistently ranked as the best-selling master planned community in Nevada – and is also named among the country’s top master plans by national real estate advisory firms. In addition to offering the most desirable and modern Las Vegas new homes, the community has an entire network of existing and planned schools, professional offices, restaurants, and neighborhood shops – ranging from convenience and grocery stores to nearby malls and outlets. Beyond our neighborhoods, you’ll also appreciate that Mountain’s Edge is just a short drive from the amazing food, shopping and entertainment offerings of the Las Vegas Strip.

The community also features hundreds of acres of land devoted to open spaces, parks and trail systems. And just as Mountain’s Edge has been planned for you, it also has been designed to honor the land on which you will live. From its inception, Mountain’s Edge was developed as the region’s first drought-tolerant community. The lush desert landscaping throughout the community provides a strong visual impact even as it conserves the desert’s most valuable resource: water. It is estimated that the landscape plan at Mountain’s Edge saves over 200 million gallons of water annually versus traditional grass sod landscaping. Homeowners will find a variety of plant palette and design ideas for their own desert-smart landscaping throughout the community, as well as by taking a look at the “Legendary Landscapes” guide on this page.