The name “Scotch 80s” comes from the fact that in 1911 Las Vegas’ first mayor, Peter Buol, bought the 80 acres of land here, using funds from Scottish investors.
The exclusive, 120-acre vintage community of Scotch Eighty, or Scotch 80s as the locals call it, is located at Charleston Boulevard and Rancho Drive in Central Las Vegas. Scotch 80s includes homes built in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s along with newer homes.
The Scotch 80s features luxurious homes built on spacious lots. Many of its properties are ranch estates with several acres of land. However, what makes the Scotch 80s homes stand out is that 50’s vibe and the vintage look of the whole neighborhood. The properties in this community feature a mid-century modern style with a touch of vintage design.
Due to its location, the Scotch 80s has been a very popular master-planned neighborhood ever since it was developed. It has attracted many celebrities and highly influential people from day one and even today it is a community that gains a lot of attention from many famous entertainers and casino titans.
In the past Howard Hughes and Steve Wynn lived here, and by 2014 there were still homes owned by Jerry Lewis, Mayor Oscar Goodman, State Senator Tick Segerblom, The Killers front man Brandon Flowers, news anchor Denise Valdez, and Electric Daisy Carnival founder Pasquale Rotella and his wife, entertainer Holly Madison, and Zappos head Tony Hsieh.
Scotch 80s real estate is found in the Zip code 89102.
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