North Las Vegas is in southern Nevada and the location of Ardiente, a gated 55+ community with single level homes, a beautiful clubhouse, a putting green, an activities director and more.
Las Vegas is in southern Nevada and is the location of Solera at Stallion Mountain, a handsome 55+ neighborhood within a larger country club development. Mediterranean-style single level homes are for sale, and amenities include a large clubhouse, a swimming pool, a spa, tennis courts and an adjacent golf course.
In southern Nevada, Las Vegas is the site of Quail Estates West, an established 55+ condominium community. Residents enjoy a quiet, casual atmosphere, a clubhouse, a spa, a swimming pool and more.
Pahrump is west of Las Vegas in southern Nevada and is the location of Desert Greens, a peaceful, gated 55+ community with manufactured homes, a swimming pool, a clubhouse, a golf course, an active social scene and more.
Nevada was explored by Europeans in the 1820s and in the 1840s by Kit Carson and John C. Fremont. The U.S. obtained the region in 1848 after the Mexican War and a Mormon trading post near Genoa was the first permanent settlement. Much of Nevada is still uninhabited by humans; desert animals and sagebrush plants, however, thrive.
The Comstock Lode made Nevada famous. The biggest silver deposit in the U.S. was found here in 1859. Oil was found in 1954.
Gambling and divorce as industries came about in the early 1930s. Las Vegas really began to boom in the 1950s and today attracts thousands of vacationers, tourists, business people and gamblers each year. In fact, gambling produces over a third of the state's revenue. Stunning Lake Tahoe is also a major tourist draw.
The state raises cattle, hay, barley, wheat, alfalfa, and potatoes. Manufacturers produce lawn and garden irrigation devices, gaming equipment, machinery and seismic monitoring devices.
Nevada is the driest state in the country with just seven inches of rain falling each year on average.
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