Located northwest of downtown Las Vegas is the community of Lone Mountain. The Lone Mountain community is named after nearby Lone Mountain, which rises up about 600 feet from the Las Vegas desert floor.

This community offers a variety of home styles in quiet surroundings, all just minutes away from the fun and games of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.

If outdoor recreation is your passion, you'll be right at home in Lone Mountain. Golf courses are plentiful throughout the region. Most homes in Lone Mountain are newer, with plenty of new construction underway.

Students are served by the Clark County School District, which in the last decade has become known throughout the state of Nevada as "the county to beat". Outstanding post-secondary educational options are numerous, with the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and several community colleges within driving distance.

Residents are lucky to be part of one of the most interesting ecosystems in the world. The Mojave and Sonoran deserts and the Great Basin converge in the Las Vegas area. The northwestern region of the city is home to a unique variety of plant and animal life, some of which is found nowhere else.

Residents of Lone Mountain enjoy an ideal location close to all the best Las Vegas has to offer. If you are looking for country living in the heart of the desert, yet still want to be close to the night life and light of the big city (and night life doesn't get much more exciting than here in Vegas), look no further than Lone Mountain.

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