Peccole Ranch Apartments for Rent
The secluded atmosphere of Peccole Ranch makes it a desirable location for families looking for kid-friendly neighborhoods. Beautifully designed and maintained pocket parks; pine and ash tree-lined walking trails; and lush, mature landscaping make Peccole Ranch a desirable location in the high-energy tourist destination of Las Vegas.
This 3,000-home master planned community encompasses 640 acres, with 284 acres devoted to common areas and greenbelts. Contemporary-style homes, condominiums, and apartments follow common desert living, heat-resistant designs with pale or earth-toned stucco exteriors and clay shingled roofs. With 22 different neighborhoods to choose from – 10 being gated – residents who seek privacy will find an abundance of choices in home size, location, and style in the Peccole Ranch area.
Peccole Ranch is conveniently located between Charleston Boulevard on the north and Hualapai Way on the east, with a southern boundary on Sahara Avenue. It was master planned to include not just home subdivisions, but also family complexes, shopping centers, office buildings, a community clubhouse, and tennis courts. Just minutes away, residents can enjoy public golf courses, casinos, city recreation areas, and social and cultural centers.
The Peccole Ranch location is just minutes west of the Las Vegas Strip. With easy access to the 215 Beltway, residents enjoy a quick commute to other areas of the Las Vegas Valley, including McCarran International Airport. World-class entertainment and dining may be close by, but the quiet and harmonious living in Peccole Ranch makes the neon glitz appear to be worlds away.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the spectacular beauty of Red Rock Conservation Area, a 20-minute drive to the west in the Spring Mountains. Hiking, world-class rock climbing, picnicking, and a leisurely car loop with overlooks make this area popular throughout the year. Just hop on the 215 Beltway and enjoy a variety of water sports and/or fishing on the Lake Mead Recreational Area, beside the engineering wonder known as the Hoover Dam.