Top Las Vegas Realtor Leslie Hoke Lists Spacious 4-Bedroom South Valley Home

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Spacious Four Bedroom Home In South Las Vegas Listed By Top Realtor Leslie Hoke.

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Las Vegas, NV, United States ACCESSWIRE / June 2nd, 2014 / Las Vegas Homes By Leslie’s newest listing is a spacious, single story home located at 1723 Indian Summer Drive. The 1,747 square foot property is listed at $239,900.

The open concept home built in 1995 features four bedrooms, two baths and new two-tone paint throughout. The 3-car garage means plenty of room for vehicles and storage. The oversized lot can easily be converted to store an RV. The covered back patio and fully fenced backyard make a perfect place to relax or entertain. The lawn shed has a lot of space, so no need to rent an off site storage unit or fill up the garage with lawn equipment.

The interior of the home features vaulted ceilings and angled tile flooring in the living spaces. The spacious kitchen overlooks the family room with gas fireplace perfect for entertaining. The master bath comes with garden tub, separate shower, and two sinks.

One bedroom is fully shelved making it a perfect for a craft or hobby room with plenty of storage.

Las Vegas Listing Agent Leslie Hoke said, “This home is move-in ready and has some great features the new homeowner will love. Horizon Vistas is an excellent subdivision in southern Las Vegas. Home prices are continuing to surge as the market stabilizes so I am urging home buyers to do plenty of research and ask questions, but make decisions quickly.”

To learn more about the property located at 1723 Indian Summer Drive or information on selling a home in Las Vegas, contact Leslie Hoke at 702.321.1763.

About Leslie Hoke:


Leslie Hoke is an award-winning Las Vegas Realtor, and was named “Top Las Vegas Real Estate Agent” for 2011, 2012, and 2013 by RE/MAX Premier Realty Group. Ms. Hoke holds several certifications in short sales, single family residents, and condominiums. She has been selling real estate in the Las Vegas area for well over a decade after a successful career with the Walt Disney Corporation. Leslie is a member of Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors and the National Realtor Association. Known for her attention to detail, savvy negotiation tactics, and client communication, Ms. Hoke anxiously looks forward to serving her clients.

Visit http://www.lasvegashomesbyleslie.com/ for more information.

Contact Info
Name: Leslie Hoke
Organization: Las Vegas Homes By Leslie
Phone: 702-321-1763
Address: 8872 S Eastern Ave #200, Las Vegas, NV 89123

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