Madeira Canyon is a master-planned community of 1,400 homes in the foothills of the Nevada Black Mountains. This community is the most elevated development in Southern Nevada, featuring stunning views and located about 30 minutes southeast of the Las Vegas Strip.
Madeira Canyon is an ideal community for residents looking to enjoy peace and quiet, while still feeling close to city life. Nearby Las Vegas brings world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities only a short drive away, but this isn’t the community for those looking to live amidst the excitement. Rather, Madeira Canyon’s appeal comes from its secluded, private atmosphere, offering a peaceful retreat from the hustle of the city.
Within the community gates, residents enjoy an elegant, hilltop clubhouse with amenities such as a pool, spa, fitness center, tennis, and basketball courts. The clubhouse hosts various events throughout the year, including monthly dinners, holiday festivals, and tennis camps. The community also features miles of beautifully landscaped walking and biking trails.
The Madeira Canyon community includes several neighborhoods with varying price tags. The Madeira Canyon median home sales price is $625,000, with entry-level homes averaging $475,000 and luxury homes available for $1 to $2 million. HOA fees also vary by neighborhood, ranging from about $150 to $750 per quarter
Families and children are welcome at Madeira Canyon and there are no age restrictions, with the exception of the Club at Madeira Canyon, a 55+ guard-gated, luxury neighborhood within the larger community. The Madeira Canyon clubhouse offers childcare, and there are two playgrounds within the community gates. Highly rated schools are located minutes away and residents frequently attest to the comfortable, friendly atmosphere of this community, especially for children.
As you might have guessed, this is a great community for nature lovers! Madeira Canyon Park is just outside the community gates and provides 19 acres of green areas and exquisite scenery, as well as playgrounds and sports courts. Camping, boating, fishing, and hiking opportunities can all be found nearby. Madeira Canyon also borders the Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area, offering 48,438 acres of Native American petroglyphs, hiking trails, and wildlife watching.
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