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1372 Harbour Drive
1372 Harbour Drive
Mesquite, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1690 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 10:55 AM
1372 Harbour Drive Available 11/30/20 Remodeled Two Bedroom with Den - This town home is in Sunset Greens HOA. It is a 2 bedroom plus den 2 car garage. It has been remodeled with new carpet in most of the home with new tile in the master bath.
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Apartment Rentals in Mesquite start at $1,500/month.
How much is rent in Mesquite?
Apartment Rentals in Mesquite start at $1,500/month.
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City Guide

Mesquite
Mesquite, NV is home to one of the most extensive collections of Pueblo Indian artifacts in the entire Southwest, contained in the Lost City Museum.
Mesquite, NV is home to one of the most extensive collections of Pueblo Indian artifacts in the entire Southwest, contained in the Lost City Museum.

Located in the Virgin River Valley along the Arizona border, sunny Mesquite was settled in 1880. The Virgin River flooded the community twice, but the settlers persevered, and while its origins were in agriculture, the crop that's sprung up in modern times is cash: casino cash. The Peppermill Mesquite casino opened in the 1970s and led the town toward its 2006 designation as one of the fastest-growing small towns in the United States. And when you really want to play, it's just a short, half hour drive to Las Vegas.

Moving to Town

Mesquite is a high-desert community with many days of sun, hot summers, and mild winters, although winter nights can get cool. Beautiful and rugged desert scenery surrounds the town, and the water here isn't a mirage -- the Virgin River offers a welcome respite from the desert landscape in the area outside of town. Settle in and enjoy great mountain views, lush golf courses, and plenty of rental houses and rental apartments, including some month to month situations and townhouses for rent.

Vacancies are often available in this community, but all the same, give yourself about a month to find the property that's right for you. Consult the local newspapers and online sources and drive through the town to find the area that suits you best.

Moving to Town
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Mesquite is a high-desert community with many days of sun, hot summers, and mild winters, although winter nights can get cool. Beautiful and rugged desert scenery surrounds the town, and the water here isn't a mirage -- the Virgin River offers a welcome respite from the desert landscape in the area outside of town. Settle in and enjoy great mountain views, lush golf courses, and plenty of rental houses and rental apartments, including some month to month situations and townhouses for rent.

Vacancies are often available in this community, but all the same, give yourself about a month to find the property that's right for you. Consult the local newspapers and online sources and drive through the town to find the area that suits you best.

Neighborhoods

Mesquite City Center: Single-family homes, mobile homes, and condos are available here, with most built between 1970 and 1999 and some newer units constructed from 2000 to the present. This area is close to the Valley of Fire State Park, where wonderful hiking opportunities and scenic vistas await.

Riverside Road: This suburban neighborhood is aptly named, as much of it parallels the Virgin River. Here you'll find townhomes and single family homes. While much of this area is owner occupied, you can find rentals too. Properties are newer, built between 1970 and the present.

Neighborhoods
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Mesquite City Center: Single-family homes, mobile homes, and condos are available here, with most built between 1970 and 1999 and some newer units constructed from 2000 to the present. This area is close to the Valley of Fire State Park, where wonderful hiking opportunities and scenic vistas await.

Riverside Road: This suburban neighborhood is aptly named, as much of it parallels the Virgin River. Here you'll find townhomes and single family homes. While much of this area is owner occupied, you can find rentals too. Properties are newer, built between 1970 and the present.

Mesquite Life

Take a Gamble

Mesquite is a paradise for those who love games of chance. Into blackjack or roulette? You'll find both at casinos including the Virgin River Casino, Eureka Casino Hotel, and Stateline Casino.

Don't feel like playing poker? Enjoy a game of golf instead, with nine lush public courses sculpted into the desert scenery that draw golfers from across the country. If history's your thing, the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum offers pioneer-oriented exhibits dedicated to the early settlers of this region. Want to get a rush? Sky Diving and flying opportunities are available at the Mesquite Airport.

Fun and Games

The annual Mesquite Senior Games runs every April, offering medals and prizes for sports participants aged 50 and better. Silver-haired athletes compete at basketball, target shooting, bocce ball, and track and field as well as other events. It's like a cruise ship mixed with the Olympics.

For 30 years, the carnival, music, and food-filled Anniversary of Mesquite Days has brought rides, games, and tasting events to the region. In May, the Mesquite Days parade combines history with fun and classic cars. More classic fun centers around the Mesquite Days Sock Hop, so find yourself a pair of saddle shoes and get ready to cut a rug.

With nice weather and plenty of ways to stay entertained, Mesquite is a prime place to hang your hat.

Mesquite Life
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Take a Gamble

Mesquite is a paradise for those who love games of chance. Into blackjack or roulette? You'll find both at casinos including the Virgin River Casino, Eureka Casino Hotel, and Stateline Casino.

Don't feel like playing poker? Enjoy a game of golf instead, with nine lush public courses sculpted into the desert scenery that draw golfers from across the country. If history's your thing, the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum offers pioneer-oriented exhibits dedicated to the early settlers of this region. Want to get a rush? Sky Diving and flying opportunities are available at the Mesquite Airport.

Fun and Games

The annual Mesquite Senior Games runs every April, offering medals and prizes for sports participants aged 50 and better. Silver-haired athletes compete at basketball, target shooting, bocce ball, and track and field as well as other events. It's like a cruise ship mixed with the Olympics.

For 30 years, the carnival, music, and food-filled Anniversary of Mesquite Days has brought rides, games, and tasting events to the region. In May, the Mesquite Days parade combines history with fun and classic cars. More classic fun centers around the Mesquite Days Sock Hop, so find yourself a pair of saddle shoes and get ready to cut a rug.

With nice weather and plenty of ways to stay entertained, Mesquite is a prime place to hang your hat.

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City Guide

Mesquite
Mesquite, NV is home to one of the most extensive collections of Pueblo Indian artifacts in the entire Southwest, contained in the Lost City Museum.
Mesquite, NV is home to one of the most extensive collections of Pueblo Indian artifacts in the entire Southwest, contained in the Lost City Museum.

Located in the Virgin River Valley along the Arizona border, sunny Mesquite was settled in 1880. The Virgin River flooded the community twice, but the settlers persevered, and while its origins were in agriculture, the crop that's sprung up in modern times is cash: casino cash. The Peppermill Mesquite casino opened in the 1970s and led the town toward its 2006 designation as one of the fastest-growing small towns in the United States. And when you really want to play, it's just a short, half hour drive to Las Vegas.

Moving to Town

Mesquite is a high-desert community with many days of sun, hot summers, and mild winters, although winter nights can get cool. Beautiful and rugged desert scenery surrounds the town, and the water here isn't a mirage -- the Virgin River offers a welcome respite from the desert landscape in the area outside of town. Settle in and enjoy great mountain views, lush golf courses, and plenty of rental houses and rental apartments, including some month to month situations and townhouses for rent.

Vacancies are often available in this community, but all the same, give yourself about a month to find the property that's right for you. Consult the local newspapers and online sources and drive through the town to find the area that suits you best.

Moving to Town
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Mesquite is a high-desert community with many days of sun, hot summers, and mild winters, although winter nights can get cool. Beautiful and rugged desert scenery surrounds the town, and the water here isn't a mirage -- the Virgin River offers a welcome respite from the desert landscape in the area outside of town. Settle in and enjoy great mountain views, lush golf courses, and plenty of rental houses and rental apartments, including some month to month situations and townhouses for rent.

Vacancies are often available in this community, but all the same, give yourself about a month to find the property that's right for you. Consult the local newspapers and online sources and drive through the town to find the area that suits you best.

Neighborhoods

Mesquite City Center: Single-family homes, mobile homes, and condos are available here, with most built between 1970 and 1999 and some newer units constructed from 2000 to the present. This area is close to the Valley of Fire State Park, where wonderful hiking opportunities and scenic vistas await.

Riverside Road: This suburban neighborhood is aptly named, as much of it parallels the Virgin River. Here you'll find townhomes and single family homes. While much of this area is owner occupied, you can find rentals too. Properties are newer, built between 1970 and the present.

Neighborhoods
+

Mesquite City Center: Single-family homes, mobile homes, and condos are available here, with most built between 1970 and 1999 and some newer units constructed from 2000 to the present. This area is close to the Valley of Fire State Park, where wonderful hiking opportunities and scenic vistas await.

Riverside Road: This suburban neighborhood is aptly named, as much of it parallels the Virgin River. Here you'll find townhomes and single family homes. While much of this area is owner occupied, you can find rentals too. Properties are newer, built between 1970 and the present.

Mesquite Life

Take a Gamble

Mesquite is a paradise for those who love games of chance. Into blackjack or roulette? You'll find both at casinos including the Virgin River Casino, Eureka Casino Hotel, and Stateline Casino.

Don't feel like playing poker? Enjoy a game of golf instead, with nine lush public courses sculpted into the desert scenery that draw golfers from across the country. If history's your thing, the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum offers pioneer-oriented exhibits dedicated to the early settlers of this region. Want to get a rush? Sky Diving and flying opportunities are available at the Mesquite Airport.

Fun and Games

The annual Mesquite Senior Games runs every April, offering medals and prizes for sports participants aged 50 and better. Silver-haired athletes compete at basketball, target shooting, bocce ball, and track and field as well as other events. It's like a cruise ship mixed with the Olympics.

For 30 years, the carnival, music, and food-filled Anniversary of Mesquite Days has brought rides, games, and tasting events to the region. In May, the Mesquite Days parade combines history with fun and classic cars. More classic fun centers around the Mesquite Days Sock Hop, so find yourself a pair of saddle shoes and get ready to cut a rug.

With nice weather and plenty of ways to stay entertained, Mesquite is a prime place to hang your hat.

Mesquite Life
+

Take a Gamble

Mesquite is a paradise for those who love games of chance. Into blackjack or roulette? You'll find both at casinos including the Virgin River Casino, Eureka Casino Hotel, and Stateline Casino.

Don't feel like playing poker? Enjoy a game of golf instead, with nine lush public courses sculpted into the desert scenery that draw golfers from across the country. If history's your thing, the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum offers pioneer-oriented exhibits dedicated to the early settlers of this region. Want to get a rush? Sky Diving and flying opportunities are available at the Mesquite Airport.

Fun and Games

The annual Mesquite Senior Games runs every April, offering medals and prizes for sports participants aged 50 and better. Silver-haired athletes compete at basketball, target shooting, bocce ball, and track and field as well as other events. It's like a cruise ship mixed with the Olympics.

For 30 years, the carnival, music, and food-filled Anniversary of Mesquite Days has brought rides, games, and tasting events to the region. In May, the Mesquite Days parade combines history with fun and classic cars. More classic fun centers around the Mesquite Days Sock Hop, so find yourself a pair of saddle shoes and get ready to cut a rug.

With nice weather and plenty of ways to stay entertained, Mesquite is a prime place to hang your hat.