This newly built Contemporary estate is located at 5170 Scenic Ridge Drive in Las Vegas, NV. It boasts a clean, open and minimalistic interior with spacious rooms. It offers 11,954 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, marble floors throughout, grand 2-stoy foyer that leads into the 2-story great room, 2nd floor wraparound balcony, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room with wet bar, home theater, terraces, swimming pool with spa and more. It is listed at $4,760,000.

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  • Marie

    I like it, and the price is not bad.




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  • Shelly

    This house wouldn’t be worth it. With as hot as it gets here in Las Vegas, a big chunk of your money would be going to the power company to keep it cool. If the average house that isn’t anywhere near this big, is paying over $300 on average for electricity in the summer, then you can image what the power bill would be for this house.




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    • Chance

      I don’t think someone spending $5 million on a house is concerned with a $3,000 a month summer electric bill.




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  • Hugh

    I like it, but for close to $5m i want a golf course frontage. luckily the neighbors are below so theres a good view.




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  • Daniel

    Most of the rooms are too expansive to look nice. Kitchen is nice. I wonder if there are nicer homes in foreclosure for less money…




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    • NOVA Ben

      Considering the state of the real estate market in Vegas, that would be a resounding PROBABLY 🙂




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  • Venom

    I like it.
    Not bad at all.




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  • Nalin

    i actually really like most of the pictures, but some of them just have me thinking of an airport




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t love it (big shocker, I know). There are some nice spaces, and there are some possibilities, but currently it’s not the least bit comfortable looking. The kitchen ceiling looks like something that belongs on the Starship Enterprise, although the rest of the room is OK. The size and scale of most of the rooms is completely wrong. The master bedroom and dining room are the worst offenders, at least in the pics. The master bedroom is so large (and empty) as to be awkward. I do like the entrance foyer, which looks like a nice reception/gathering space. All the cheap-looking metal vents and returns in the ceilings look terrible. It’s a lot of square footage for the price, but the lot is small and the neighborhood is just a bunch of large tract houses. The worst thing about it is that it’s in Las Vegas; fun place to visit, but living there…?




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  • NOVA Ben

    Looking through the interior of this home, I just keep thinking to myself that there *are* many ways to do a “contemporary” home and have it not look like a cheap office building, but this just doesn’t accomplish that. The exterior is ok, but far from pleasing, but the interior is just uninspired. “Open” and “minimalistic” can both be very very good things in a home, but this home achieves those with less than stellar results.




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