Last month, agent Gregory Bass, an agent on the #1 Tonnesen Team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties received a call from an agent in Georgia. They had a client from the South that wanted to purchase a High-Rise Las Vegas condominium close to the Strip. Gregory told them that the Tonnesen Team would be happy to assist her client, and he found the perfect unit for them at the “One Las Vegas” luxury condos on the Strip, located moments from the new Raiders Stadium and amidst the city’s epicenter of sports and entertainment.
They were thrilled to learn that the building’s amenities include:
- 24-hour pool, spa, cabanas, and daybeds
- Fire pit, grills, and summer kitchens
- Event hall and catering kitchen
- Co-Op working business center
- Sports lounge with billiards, ping pong, and arcade
- Movie theatre with oversized, reclining seats
- Two dog parks and an agility course
- Two-story state-of-the-art fitness center
- Lighted tennis court with Lobster Ball machine
- Private massage rooms
- Daily Coffee Bar
- Electric vehicle charging stations
All this plus strip and mountain views, ample, open-plan living spaces featuring wide expanses of glass, soaring 10-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel GE appliances, deep soaking tubs, oversized walk-in closets, in-home laundry areas, and oversized balconies. And it even had handicap accommodations for the husband!
The buyers made an offer for $345,000.00 and closed in only 28 days. They enjoyed working with Gregory and expressed their appreciation for all the help provided by the Tonnesen Team to help them with their purchase.
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