Location: 18 Augusta Canyon Way, Las Vegas, NV

Square Footage: 11,059

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 8 bathrooms

Price: $4,500,000

This mansion is located at 18 Augusta Canyon Way in Las Vegas, NV and is situated on 2/3 of an acre. The front features a fountain and porte-cochere. Built in 2008, the stucco home features approximately 11,059 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double marble staircase, marble floors & high ceilings throughout, 2-story living room with fireplace, formal dining room with adjacent see-through wine cellar, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room, family room with fireplace and wet bar, home office with fireplace, 2nd floor recreation room with wet bar, home theater, separate guest casita with gourmet kitchen, 7-car garage and more. Outdoor features include balconies, terrace with outdoor fireplace, covered patio and a swimming with spa.

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  • Daniel

    Other than the onyx in the master bath and the glass wall in the kitchen, this is completely forgettable.




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  • Andrew

    Second the motion and even the unforgettable bath shows a lack of forethought. How does the misses or an elderly person safely get in and out of the tub? You have to walk on that I assume slippery when wet tile to enter/exit




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I do like the exterior design and the views, but not really head over heals with this one.




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  • Jason

    I’m gonna have to say no to this one. not even it was given to me.




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  • Teddi

    I can see me being half asleep and having the master bath freak me out. Otherwise I’m getting a vague impression of one of the Muppets from Fraggle Rock.

    Good news, it’s a house in Vegas that isn’t so over the top as to be ridiculous. Bad news they went 180 and made it completely forgettable.
    Good news, it’s workable. With a great designer it could come alive.
    Bad news, it’s in Vegas. Vegas is fun to visit. Can’t imagine living there.




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  • Al Robinson

    I look at this mansion and I think, what’s so bad about it? From the pictures, I think this is a fine place. I think it’s a bit empty, but I’m okay with that. You can fill it with your own stuff, and make it a “home”. Isn’t that what we all want anyway?

    I guess I have to ask, what is it missing? What makes it “forgettable”?




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    • Teddi

      It’s forgettable because there’s nothing to differentiate it from DOZENS of other houses that look just like this. Same layout, same color, same finishing, same staircase. Hence forgettable.




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      • Al Robinson

        Ah, okay. That’s true. I can’t argue that.

        Thanks Teddi. 🙂




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