Boulder City Real Estate

Beautiful Boulder City real estate - what started as a small housing development in the 1930s has grown into a highly coveted place to live. Although development continues in the area, there is still a nostalgic vibe to Boulder City. The historic downtown is quiet and peaceful with a laid back feel as gaming is not permitted ... [Read more]

Boulder City Listing Stats

Total Listings: 77
Average Price: $741,869
Highest Listing Price: $6,500,000
Lowest Listing Price: $91,500

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Boulder City Real Estate

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Boulder City Real Estate Development

Homes and condos are plentiful in the Boulder City area. Residents may choose from custom luxury home estates that overlook Lake Mead, to condos with scenic views around the city. Small housing developments are popping up throughout the city, with many incorporating the view and landscape of the city’s two municipal golf courses.

Boulder City Lifestyle & Amenities

The vibe in Boulder City is laid back and comfortable. With views of Lake Mead, the city offers a peaceful atmosphere that cannot be duplicated anywhere else in the Las Vegas Valley. The community dates back to the 1930s and has managed to keep its nostalgic roots alive today. Every year Boulder City hosts a variety of events and festivals, including the beautiful 4th of July fireworks display and the Boulder City Art Show.

Parks & Recreation

Boulder City offers a wide array of community amenities including community centers, downhill skiing, watersports, nature preserves, golf and more. Boulder City is home to a community recreational center and 15 city-owned and operated parks scattered throughout the city.

ABC Park, located at 801 Adams Blvd. is conveniently situated next to the Boulder City Library. More than just a park, ABC features a renovated art center, fitness center, youth center, and gymnasium.

In addition, Boulder City Parks and Recreation own and operate a par-72 Municipal Golf Course open to area residents. The course features a driving range, practice chipping and putting green, and a 3000-square foot clubhouse with a pro shop and restaurant.

The largest recreational attraction in Boulder City is the engineering wonder of Hoover Dam. Located seven miles east of the city, Hoover Dam was built to control the powerful Colorado River and help families through the Great Depression of the 1930s. A new visitor’s center provides interactive exhibits and the grounds of the Dam offer exquisite views of Lake Mead and Black Canyon. A museum is located onsite that offers displays, artifacts, photographs, and stories of those who endured the construction of Hoover Dam.

Just outside the city limits are popular gaming casinos and hotspots. The Railroad Pas Hotel and Casino is nestled among the mountain pass in the Las Vegas Valley and the Gold Strike Hotel and Casino is located along the edge of the Lake Mead Recreation area that leads to Boulder Dam. World famous hotels and casinos are located 23 miles away in the city of Las Vegas.

Leslie will be happy to assist with any questions or information you require about Boulder City real estate. Please do not hesitate to email or call: (702) 321-1763

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