Approximately 670 people live and work in Quail Estates West, a bustling neighborhood of Las Vegas. In case you need to expand your search for a new pad, even more apartments are available for rent in the nearby neighborhoods of Winchester and Southeast Las Vegas.
Cost of Living and Select Demographics
Is Quail Estates West the right neighborhood for you? A look at your future neighbors' expenditures might help you make a decision. $38.6K/year is the average household expenditure in Quail Estates West, an interesting urban area with a higher cost of living (and a broader spectrum of things to do, see and enjoy) than nearby Las Vegas metro Winchester, which has a total household expenditure of $32.6K/year.
Quail Estates West is distinct from neighboring Winchester by average household size and the percentage of households in the neighborhood that have children. There are 3.57 people per household in Quail Estates West and 2.2 people per household in Winchester. With respect to the percentage of households with children, 34% have children in Quail Estates West and in Winchester it's 25% of households with children.
Is Quail Estates West the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Winchester make an average of $31.4K, Quail Estates West residents are raking in an average of $41.4K.
Nearby School Information
The schools near the apartments in Quail Estates West are Ed W Clark High School, James Cashman Middle School and Vegas Verdes Elementary School. Remember, the listed addresses of the apartments for rent will likely determine what schools your children are able to attend. It is a good idea to consult with area school districts for the final word.
With student-teacher ratios and student-body enrollment comparable to Clark County School District, the State-Sponsored Charter district offers seven elementary schools, five middle schools and seven high schools. Clark County School District has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the State-Sponsored Charter district.