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Renovated midcentury near Las Vegas wants $437K

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Cheery colors and an airy feel

All photos by Joe Montessa, Creative Tag Studios

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Location: Henderson, Nevada

Price: $437,000

Lovers of midcentury design looking for something affordable, check out this three-bedroom, two-bath home just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. Measuring a practical 1,980 square feet, the home features classic post and beam construction designed by Richard Pleger, a colleague of RIchard Netura in Southern California.

The home was constructed by O.L.Raney in 1966, also the builder and owner of the first hotel and casino between Henderson and Boulder City, Nevada. It’s since been restored, with attention to preserving the original cast concrete tiles on the fireplace, the working thermador in-wall bathroom heaters, and the unique closets and hardware.

Floor-to-ceiling windows let light into the main living and dining areas, and the master bedroom looks out onto a lovely patio area with pergola. Color was added to the front xeriscaping thanks to colorful steel stick sculptures by local Las Vegas sculptor Randy Mendre.

If a cheerful midcentury modern in a warm climate sounds just right to you, 218 East Country Club Drive is on the market now for $437,000.