One of the finest communities in all of the Las Vegas area is the Regency at Summerlin. Most seniors are looking for a place which offers the activity and excitement they need to enjoy the later years of their life. This is a 55 plus adult community that is committed to providing its residents with as much activity and fun as possible. You will not have to worry about security at the Regency due to the high-security gates which surround the property. The luxurious and unique homes available in this area are sure to meet just about any needs you have. Each of the homes there features unbelievable views, which will make waking up an experience each morning. Here are a few of the things you can enjoy when moving into the Regency at Summerlin.


A Great Clubhouse Area

One of the most enjoyable parts of this property is the nearly 17,000 sq. foot recreation facility. This facility is well-built and features things like an indoor lap pool, a great fitness center and unique game rooms to enjoy. By having all of this entertainment at your disposal, you will be able to enjoy your golden years and connect with people all over the community. The last thing any 55 and older person wants to do is to sit around during this time of their life. The more active you are able to be during the golden years of your life, the healthier and happier you will ultimately be.

Enjoying the Great Outdoors

Another great feature you can enjoy at the Regency is the outdoor courts they have to enjoy a number of different activities on. These courts will allow you participate in activities like bocce ball, tennis and pickle ball. Not only are there courts to keep you physically active, there are also nearly 150 miles worth of biking and walking trails you have access to as well. This will allow you to keep your weight under control and enjoy the mental benefits regular exercise can bring you.

Onsite Lifestyle Director

Maintaining a full social calendar is a top priority for many 55 plus people and the on-site lifestyle director at the Regency will help to make sure you get plenty of face time with the other residents in the area. The director plans out activities like cocktail parties, golf outings, day trips and much more. Having a person in charge of planning out your fun activities can really enhance your quality of life.

Very Close to Downtown Summerlin

Another great benefit of living in the Regency community is its proximity to downtown Summerlin. When visiting downtown Summerlin, you will be able to enjoy all that this open air shopping facility has to offer. There are a large variety of different shops which will be able to offer you what you are looking for.

Close to All of the Great Vegas Attractions

For most seniors, enjoying all of the attractions that Las Vegas has to offer is a big advantage of living at the Regency at Summerlin. This neighborhood is near the Strip and if you are looking for a more nature-filled experience you are merely 30 minutes away from beautiful Lake Mead.

With all of the features and amenities you are able to take advantage of when moving into the Regency at Summerlin, there is no mystery why it is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in all of Las Vegas.

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If you would like to see Regency, please call us at 1-800-805-8354 before you go to the home builder. You must have us with you at your first visit to receive your own agency representation. In most cases, using your own agent won’t cost you additional fees. Call us to discuss how this works. 

For those not from the area, Summerlin is a Master Planned Community inside Las Vegas spanning 22,500 Acres near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Summerlin has more than 150 Parks and more than 150 Miles of Trails. Summerlin is not a city, we are still in Las Vegas. Summer acts like a city. Inside Summerlin, you’ll find Villages. These Villages have a community and amenities of their own. Inside the Villages, you’ll find neighborhoods we call subdivisions. Many of these Villages also have Golf Course Communities.


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