PHOTOS: Marvelous Mid-Century Homes in Las Vegas
Nevada Preservation Foundation was founded in 2013 to provide guidance and leadership in preservation and promotion of Nevada's architectural heritage. NPF supplies neighborhoods, home and business owners with historic designation and tax credit assistance. NPF also organizes quarterly educational events that engage the community and hosts heritage tourism events.
All photos were provided by the Nevada Preservation Foundation and Robert Baker Photography.
Read our story about mid-century homes/furnishings in Las Vegas. Click here.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Designed by architects Palmer & Krisel, this lovely Paradise Palms home is much like its cousins in Palm Springs. The dingbat light to the left of the front door adds whimsy and diffused light to the home’s exterior at night.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Dubbed The Phoenix House, this home burned almost to the ground but was restored to its mid-century glory by the Las Vegas architectural firm Bunnyfish Studios.
Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Nevada Preservation’s archivist and historian Missy Reinheimer at the Antonio Morelli House that was preserved by the Las Vegas Junior League. Located at 861 Bridger Avenue, it is open for tours and can be booked for events.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography The front façade of The Phoenix House. Modern wood fence accents have been added along with a sharp mailbox.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography This McNeil Estates home was built in 1964. It has undergone a significant renovation but the new owners maintained the modern feel and stayed within the existing footprint. Cool outdoor fireplace!Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Located in the Rancho Nevada Estates, this home was built in 1967. A hot spot for Atomic Age parties, the house has beautiful interior brick features and a low sloping roofline.
Photo by: Robert Baker Photography This Rancho Nevada Estates home features windows that blur the lines between interior and exterior. The perfect place for a Sunday brunch!Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Vintage accents against a new tile backsplash with Corian countertops that mimic mid-century materials. Just fabulous!Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Designed by local mid-century architects Jack Knighton and James McDaniel, this home is located in the Rancho Palomino area of Las Vegas. It was originally owned by Mr. and Mrs. Khalil Thomas, a local dentist and long-time resident of Las Vegas.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography This McNeil Estates home boasts a private entry courtyard, large walls of glass, and a double-sided stone fireplace.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography A mélange of old and new in this McNeil Estates home. The simple white walls serve as the perfect backdrop to highlight vintage décor.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography No restoration of a vintage home is complete without the research.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography Photo by: Robert Baker Whimsical dots on the backyard wall of this 1947 home in the Park Paseo neighborhood.Photo by: Robert Baker Photography