A Modern Desert Abode in Summerlin

Riley Keohen just bought his first home in Nevada for $3.3 million

New homeowner Riley Keohen at his Summerlin home, January 2021.

Riley Keohen enjoys one of the outdoor living spaces at his recently acquired home in the Las Vegas area. One of his favorite features of the property is its wraparound infinity pool.

Keohen moved to Las Vegas for college from Huntington Beach, California and has stayed ever since. With a degree in Hospitality Management from UNLV, he is currently an investor and poker player.

Making his first real estate purchase during the COVID-19 era, Keohen bought this house for far under market value at a sale price of $3,300,000.

The home came furnished, and features a large art collection that continues to bring beauty to the space.

Located in Falcon Hills, the house has a wonderful entertainment space fitted with state-of-the-art audio & visual equipment, as well as a projector screen, Stella Artois keg, and professional sports memorabilia.

Keohen entertains guest, Clay Lamberton. Mr. Lamberton works for MGM in conference sales.

The upstairs living area includes bedrooms, a living space, a wet bar, and a home gym. In addition to a shuffleboard table, the new owner plans to install a poker table for home games.

The house was sold by a French musician with its fabulous wine collection. The wine cellar serves as the backdrop for a dining space.

This modern residence is located in a gated golf course community. Summerlin is in the Las Vegas Valley of Southern Nevada. It lies at the edge of the Spring Mountains with Red Rock Canyon to the west.

Riley currently shares the space with his English Bulldog, Fendi. “It’s hard not to love it.” I agree! Thank you, Riley & Fendi! Enjoy your new space!

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