Heralded for its unique setting with custom homesites carved into the mountainside, MacDonald Highlands offers breathtaking views at 2,700 feet to be exact and prestigious amenities. It is one of the highest points of Greater Las Vegas.
It is home to the private DragonRidge Country Club. This secluded course with its fairways, greens and tee boxes was sculpted and carved by famed designers Jay Morrish and David Druzisky. The world-renowned architects placed the golf course back into the canyons, among the rock outcroppings and arroyos, utilizing dramatic elevations changes throughout.
The Dragon Ridge Country Club offers an exclusive country club lifestyle to members of the premier community. This high style neighborhood offers a clubhouse and an impressive fitness center within Dragon Ridge Country Club along with 10 acres of natural surroundings complete with walking and hiking paths.
The Highlands are home to multiple corporate executives, real estate developers, professional athletes, actors and actresses, real estate executives, philanthropists, and politicians. In September 2007, Nancy Walton Laurie purchased a 17,878-square-foot residence in MacDonald Highlands for $17.5 million.