Fairview’s owner Ted Mahoney III is in Las Vegas this week in his role as President of The New American Home® 2020 Task Force. The New American Home® is constructed annually as an example of the most innovative and energy-efficient home exhibited during the International Builders Show.

This year, the house is located in Ascaya, Henderson, Nevada on a 0.46-acre lot. Built by Sun West Custom Homes, Las Vegas, the 6,428 square foot home boasts 4 bedrooms and 5.5 baths for the anticipated sales price of $5.75 million.

Annual visitors to the home know to expect the ‘wow’ factor from the interior design and top-of-the-line products. This year’s home also takes advantage of stunning views of the Vegas Strip and mixed element design with both fire and water features.


This year, The New American Home® design closely took into account the way modern life is lived. Retractable shade and windscreens, a full outdoor kitchen, and deep roof overhangs are intended to maximize indoor-outdoor living in comfort. Aware of the growing trend of multi-generational living, a casita in the front of the house allows for private access to the entry courtyard and includes a sitting area and a coffee bar, bedroom, and a full bathroom.

The Sun West Custom Homes project team and select TNAH 2019 task force members (seated, L-R): Tucker Bernard, executive director, NAHB Leading Suppliers Council; Camille Manalili, junior interior designer, Sun West; Suzanne Czar, senior interior designer, Sun West; Dan Coletti, president, Sun West; Christian Sarah Molina, assistant to president of construction, Sun West; Nicole Maiers, purchasing agent/estimator, Sun West; Patty Martinez, director of sales and marketing, Sun West; (standing, L-R): Drew Smith, COO, Two Trails; Ted Mahoney III, TNAH 2019 task force chairman; Jamahl Gibbons, manager, IBS Show Homes, NAHB; Lee Nave, CAD manager, Sun West; Carl Martinez, president of construction, Sun West; Steve Ginther, superintendent, Sun West.

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