Sun City Summerlin, Nevada

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Sun City Summerlin is an age-restricted community. Completed in 1999, this was Del Webb's first foray into Southern Nevada active-retirement developments. Sun City is located in Clark County, Nevada (greater Las Vegas). The main rules for age requirements are that all residences must have one owner/occupant at least 55 years old, and no permanent residents under age 19.

The 2,400-acre (970 ha) community is home to more than 14,000 residents and just under 8,000 residences. A unique feature of this community is that almost every home is a single story home ranging from 1,000 to 3,000 sq ft (93 to 279 m2).[1]

The community has three golf courses: The Highlands, The Palm and Eagle Crest. Professional golfer Billy Casper and architect Greg Nash designed these courses.[2] Other amenities include four community centers, five swimming pools, and tennis and racquetball courts.

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