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Location: 46 Ravenswood Avenue, Las Vegas, NV

Square Footage: 7,897

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: $4,275,000

This Tuscan style single story home is located at 46 Ravenswood Avenue in Las Vegas, NV and is situated on half an acre of land. 

It was built in 2007 and features approximately 7,897 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, double height living room, formal dining room with wine storage, wet bar, double height gourmet kitchen with double islands, butler’s pantry, home office, billiards room, home theater, indoor spa with sauna, separate guest apartment with 2nd kitchen, 4-car garage and more.

Outdoor features include a courtyard with fireplace, BBQ with 2nd fireplace, covered patios and a swimming pool with spa.

It is listed at $4,275,000.

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  • Kenny Michael Forder

    That theaters needs an actual screen, not a small TV! -_-




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    • Allen

      I toured this home when it was first built and it had a giant screen and projection system. I live in the same development and just walked over a few times. It seems that the buyer ran out of money as the furniture you see is the awful staging furniture the selling realtor first put in just for the original tour. It is cheap and up close looks like it came from a Mexican trading post. Unfortunately, with so many of today’s realtors; Old World is anything that is not Contemporary so the house got the junky pieces you see now. I can imagine what happened to the original theater equipment! A lot of people are thrown off by the Great Room/kitchen combo but at the time, a lot of villas and mansions in LV and in Rancho Santa Fe (The Bridges) were built with this type of arrangement. There is also a “dirty” kitchen behind the one you see so if you want to keep the main one clean, you can.




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    • Guest

      Yes, i actually thought that was a joke until i read Allen’s comment below. “I put in a home theater, here’s the your binoculars to see the screen”.




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    • John

      Yes, i actually thought that was a joke until i read Allen’s comment
      below. “I put in a home theater, now here’s your binoculars to see the
      screen”.




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