Paradise Hills

The Paradise Hills’ boundaries are Black Mountain to the west, I-515 to the north, College Drive to the east, and nothing but nature to the south. There are approximately 2,790 single-family homes, condos, and apartments. There is a mix of non-gated and gated developments, as well as semi-custom equestrian properties on the east side of the community. Building began in 1979 and continues today.
The median home price in Paradise Hills is $337,400 or $152 per square foot. These are high-end homes in varying sizes that cater to different tastes and family sizes. They are ideal for retirees, families, couples, or singles.


There are good schools that serve students living in Paradise Hills. They are James E & A Rae Smalley Elementary School with its B niche rating, Foothills High School with a B-, Jack & Terry Mannion Middle School with a B-, and College of Southern Nevada with an A-.


Paradise Hills is near Hidden Falls Park, Paradise Point Park, and Mission Hills Park. The parks are great for people of all ages, including children. There are also dog-friendly areas for residents wishing to exercise their furry family members.


Residents are approximately 20 to 25 minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip and Boulder City. I-515 is the main highway that is the closest to the community.


Henderson has the closest shopping centers to Paradise Hills, which is just a short drive away. The close proximity to Henderson and other suburbs opens residents up to many dining and shopping opportunities, as well as events and recreational activities.


To the north of Paradise Hills is Black Mountain, which is home to more parks and the Black Mountain Golf and Country Club. The Railroad Pass Hotel & Casino is to the east.

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