Las Vegas Equestrian Homes For Sale
See the latest equestrian homes on the market & other available Las Vegas real etate listings below. Las Vegas is a city that offers a wide range of community events and amenities to fit a variety of lifestyles. Browse more property types in Las Vegas by location, lot, size, plan or price. If you're a potential buyer, let this website be your Las Vegas region real estate guide. We would love to be your Las Vegas real estate agents and assist in the home buying process, finding you the perfect equestrian home or homes that can accomodate horses. For information about available properties for sale in Las Vegas or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert real estate agents today.
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Las Vegas offers a number of options when it comes to real estate, from high-rise condos and single-family homes to sweeping estates with plenty of acreage. Some of those properties are ideal for buyers in search of an equestrian property in the Las Vegas area.
What is an Equestrian Property in Las Vegas NV?
Buying an equestrian property is different than buying a traditional home in Las Vegas. An equestrian property is horse-friendly, plus it often contains more land. While some equestrian communities offer horse-friendly amenities, properties in other communities have things like barns and other structures that are individually owned.
Things to Know Before Buying a Las Vegas Equestrian Home
Before you buy an equestrian home, there are several things to think about.
While equestrian homes are often found in rural locations, you also don’t want to be too far away from what you need. Before you buy, find out where the closest vets, training facilities, tack and feed stores and riding schools are located.
How much do I want to ride?
Before you sign off on any new property, you’ll want to make sure it fits your needs. Knowing upfront how much you intend to ride can help you decide which type of equestrian property you really need in Las Vegas.
Is the land good for horses?
You definitely don’t want to buy an equestrian home only to find out the land won’t work well for horses. You won’t want steep slopes, rocky soil, or poorly drained soil, all of which can cause problems.
What Will Your Horse Need From a Las Vegas Equestrian Home?
Your horse will need to have:
- Riding arenas
Horses drink a lot of water each and every day, so you need to make sure the property has access to a large enough water supply. You’ll need to have enough pastures on the property to accommodate your horses, too. Some soil doesn’t work well for horses. You also need to make sure the pasture doesn’t have any toxic plants growing on it that could injure your horse. Again, the temperature can get hot in Las Vegas, and shelter is important to keeping your horses safe and healthy. You’ll also want a place with adequate space to ride your horses. If not, you may need to find a nearby arena to use. Luckily, the Las Vegas area has some options.
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Top Las Vegas Neighborhoods For Searching Equestrian Homes
There are naturally some Las Vegas neighborhoods and communities that are tops when it comes to searching for equestrian homes. The Las Vegas Valley is a good place to search because some of the area is already zoned for horses and still rural. There are also several equestrian-themed parks, including Horseman’s Park, which sits on the southeast side of town. Several horse shows are held in the park regularly and it has a main arena, two practice arenas, corrals and more.
Western Trails Equestrian Park is another option with a pen, bridle paths and even an amphitheater in the park, and you might find a number of homes and ranches nearby. Additionally, Floyd Lamb Park has some riding trails on the northwest side, while Bradley Bridle Park is a convenient place for those on the north side. It has some round pens, a covered stall, a perimeter trail, and a large arena.
Sierra Vista Ranchos
Sierra Vista Ranchos is an established community of single-family estate homes in Las Vegas. The gated development offers large lots and equestrian facilities including a riding arena and some horse stalls. There’s also a community barn in the development. In addition, some of the private homes come with sports courts, tennis courts and swimming pools for added recreation.
With room for only about three dozen estate homes, the gated Equestrian Estates community in Las Vegas offers a place for riding facilities, horse trails and stables. The large homes in Equestrian Estates are part of Southeast Las Vegas. In addition, to its horse-friendly amenities, the area also offers its residents access to tennis courts and other delights.
Las Vegas Real Estate Agents for Equestrian Homes
Planning to buy or sell an equestrian home in Las Vegas? Let our local real estate team guide you in your hunt for the perfect property or professionally facilitate the sale of your existing equestrian-friendly home. As equestrian experts and real estate agents, we know how to navigate the Las Vegas real estate market. Let's get your equestrian home sold quickly and at the highest price!
Contact The Drummond Team to find out more about buyer or seller representation. Thinking of selling your Las Vegas equestrian home? Check out our free home evaluation, where you can see the value of your equestrian house!
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