High-Rise Living in Summerlin is Real … and it’s Spectacular

A modern makeover meets Valley views at One Queensridge Place

By OTS Staff

The Deets

Address: 9101 Alta Drive, Unit 204, Las Vegas, NV 89004

Price: $1,595,000

Square Feet: 3,100

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3.5

Rooms with a View

We’re used to seeing skyscraping condo buildings mixed among the dramatic skyline of the Las Vegas Strip, yet One Queensridge Place stands alone as the only residential high-rise in the west end of the valley. The architecture takes inspiration from Old World Europe with two towers visible from miles around.  

While some of the units can appear (how do we put this nicely…) dated, Unit 204 at the 9101 Alta address is a refreshing change of pace. It’s been thoroughly renovated to align with contemporary interior design preferences. Between three bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen and attractive outdoor spaces, it’s a dream come true for the discerning buyer.

Why We Love It

It’s not every day you see a unit at One Queensridge Place look so new and modern. Yeah, we love the timeless, character-rich architecture on the outside, but we want something clean and contemporary on the inside. The entire three-bedroom residence was given a full makeover with bright, white decor that pops against soft, brown tones. The kitchen will give inspiration to any chef with Viking appliances, quartz countertops and white cabinets (including a few with stylish glass doors).   

Why It’s “So Las Vegas”

Sometimes the beauty of the Las Vegas Strip is best enjoyed from a distance. This unit has not one, but two outdoor terraces. Each has plenty of space for lounging around, breathing in the fresh air and admiring the lights of the Strip — as well as Tivoli Village across the street. Even from just the 2nd floor of the tower, the view is incredible.

How Does This Home Make My Life Easier?

One Queensridge Place is the only Las Vegas high-rise condo building in the Summerlin suburbs; far away from the chaos of the Strip. Enjoy all the perks of the luxury community living — a spa, pool, fitness center and more — within a quiet, yet indulgent environment. Attractions like Tivoli Village, Rampart Casino, and the Boca Park shopping plaza are conveniently close. And if that’s not enough, the Summerlin Parkway is your direct express route to the Strip and Downtown.  

It’s rare to have such a large kitchen in a high-rise condo.

You can even watch “Bridgerton” while doing the dishes.

Cigar lounge? Poker room? Knitting area? You decide.

Admit it. You need the space in this walk-in closet.

So clean, so bright. It’s like waking up in heaven.

Even the guest room has great views.

Look over at Tivoli Village and think about what you want to order at Ada’s tonight.

 Life is always better with your own service elevator.

Marie Kondo would approve of this pantry.

A trip to the bathroom is like a trip to the spa. 

Instead of “Where’s Waldo?”… let’s play “Where’s the wine cooler?”

Wave to everybody on top of The Strat!

Want to see more? This One Queensridge Place condo is ready to impress.

The home is represented by…

Kaori Nagao
702-577-7659
kaori@charluxury.com
www.charluxury.com


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