Life at the Top
Some of the most luxurious real estate in Las Vegas Valley can be found at MacDonald Highlands, part of Del Webb’s MacDonald Ranch master plan south of Horizon Ridge Parkway.
The most discerning luxury home buyer can experience their dream lifestyle at this elite golf course community backing into the McCullough Mountains of Henderson and overlooking the lights of Las Vegas. It features the private DragonRidge Country Club, lush landscaping and waterfalls, guard-gated entry and mobile security patrol. The clubhouse has a steakhouse, two separate mixed grills and lounges, ballroom, swimming pool, tennis courts and complete pro shop.
With 17 distinctive neighborhoods, MacDonald Highlands offers a wide range of architecture, elevation, and views. The community is limited to 800 custom lots starting at one-third acre spread over 1,200 acres, giving it the lowest density among master-planned communities in Las Vegas.
MacDonald Highlands Homes
Most of the custom homes are built into the hillsides with unobstructed views of the Strip and Las Vegas Valley. One of the community’s notable estates, Eagle’s View, was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. The four-bedroom, 8,100-square-foot home lies on the fourth fairway with stunning mountains and city views. It showcases travertine floors, granite counters, Viking appliances, home theater, wet bar and wine room, recreation room and owner’s suite with an oversized tub and private waterfall. A few smaller fairway homes ranging from 3,000 square feet to 5,000 square feet were built by Toll Bros.
MacDonald Highlands Schools
MacDonald Highlands is zoned for John Vanderburg Elementary School, Neil Twitchell Elementary School, Bob Miller Middle School and Coronado High School. Check the Clark County School District web site for updated school zones.
MacDonald Highlands Shopping
MacDonald Highlands is easily accessible to shopping centers via Horizon Ridge Parkway, including The District at Green Valley Ranch with its boutique shops and restaurants. It has a Whole Foods grocery store, Ann Taylor Loft, Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ, P.F. Chang’s, Cheesecake Factory and Panera Bread. Other nearby shopping venues include Eastern Commons Shopping Center on Eastern Avenue, Stephanie Street Shopping Center and Galleria at Sunset mall.
MacDonald Highlands Golf Courses
The 6,975-yard, par-72 championship DragonRidge course, designed by Jay Morrish and David Druzisky, uses natural topography of the hillsides and canyons to create a challenging play at all skill levels. Home to the 2003 Wendy’s Three-Tour Challenge, the course provides sweeping views of the valley and natural rock formations.