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Primary Phone: (702) 489-7663

Phone: (702) 900-1882

Phone: (702) 566-2004

Fax: (702) 566-0323

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Henderson, McCullough Hills

Big Horn At Black Mountain Hoa

Big Horn At Black Mountain Condominiums

Condominium Management, Real Estate Management, Resorts
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Parking: Street, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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Venetta B.



I've been an basic HOA resident for 2 years now. What a complete nightmare. I've never had problems like I've had on this property and lived everywhere, all over the world. Sexual harassment. Gang stalking. Drugs & Drunks. Non professional, tight-lipped, abusive "staff" consisting of 2 people. Richard Castro is HOA President as well as the manager for cash renters which is a MAJOR conflict of interest. He puts everything onto the other lady that works down at the front; Jean totally ignores all problems....sexual perverted gate guy Anthony stalks me for 2 yrs, films me. Noise harassed by my upstairs neighbor for 1 yr, finally she's evicted...files FELONY assault charges on me, I had to put up my car, bond to get out jail.. then last night someone was pounding on my door, not identifying over and over. I was nearly attacked taking out garbage, I invested everything. Now I'm stuck.'s a nightmare.Beautiful mountain, horrible place. I'm afraid I'll be murdered. I'm pressing lawsuit.



I lived in Bighorn from 2009 t...

I lived in Bighorn from 2009 to 2011. This was the first and only apartment I looked at after it being recommended by a couple friends and I knew it was for me. The area is BEAUTIFUL, right on the mountains and overlooking the city. What a spectacular view. Also the landscaping is lovely and I enjoyed having grass and trees and well kept grounds. People complain about the wildlife but that was actually my favorite part of living here. I went for morning and evening walks and enjoyed birds in their nests, quail, rabbits, and foxes. Didn't enjoy the rattlesnakes, coyotes (I have a little dog) and scorpions too much but that's what comes on living on the edge of a city in the desert. Just be aware of your surroundings. I too met up with a FEW scorpions in the years I lived here but it was no big deal with the pest control spraying once every two weeks.

My one and only complaint at this apartment was some annoying neighbors but that is another risk that comes of living in close proximity with other people. For the most part it wasn't a big problem and management always addressed my concerns immediately. I appreciated them and thought they were a friendly and caring crew. I grew up and got married and had to leave my wonderful apartment but if I ever had to I would definitely go back to Bighorn.



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Nice place but so many scorpions we had

Nice place but so many scorpions we had to move out. Scorpions everywhere including on the door handle a few times and I couldn't even get inside.



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MAYBE to rent....but not to buy

Rented a two bedroom apt for a year and ended my lease two months ago. Pretty quiet community with some nice amenities. But there were a few snags:
1. they locked the mailbox area at night so you could ony pick up your mail at THEIR designated times which is hard if you get off late at night or early in the morning
2. They put some very obnoxious speed bumps ALL over the community. i'm all for the safety of little ones but these are the kind of bumps that throw your car out of alignment (no matter how slow you go). And since I had to go over 10 of them to get to my apt, I won't be suprised if I have suspension/shock problems in the future
3. Critters!!!!!! I've lived in the desert for over 20 years so I am used to a few critters. But seriously, this place is OUT OF CONTROL. I am not exaggerating when I say I had 3 black widows and 4 scorpions (two inside and two on the patio) during my stay. That doesn't count the plethora of other creepy crawlies that I had hanging out. I will give the complex credit for trying to exterminate...but it wasn't working.
4. They allow pets and the sweet stench of dog ""output"" welcomes you after each morning lawn watering. I stopped hanging out on my patio because if there was any breeze the smell would carry and it smeeled like a kennel.
Over all this place has a lot of potential if they would give the residents a little space.....that is, stop trying to make it fort knox and spend the $$ on a little pest control. If you're looking to rent short term, it's not a bad option but I would HIGHLY advise against buying.