ArrowCreek Real Estate Welcome to ArrowCreek, one of south Reno’s premier golf and recreation communities. With a respect for nature, some 1,600 acres within the 3,200-acre community have been preserved as open space. This community tailors to all styles of life, and recreation begins with a beautiful community center which includes swimming, tennis and barbecue facilities. Two championship golf courses were designed by the dream team for your golfing pleasure. The Palmer Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, is a modern classic course, routed among meandering creek beds and natural contours with a tremendous view package of the city, valley, and the Sierra Nevada. The Zoeller/Harbottle Course was designed by Fuzzy Zoeller and John Harbottle as a links-style course, with a return to the design concepts that made golf great. Homes in ArrowCreek generally sell above the region’s median price for subdivision developments and rise to well over $1 million for a custom home with golf course, mountain and city views. Custom home lots are also available if you prefer to build the home of your dreams. A homeowner’s association serves the community, with a guarded security gate at the entrance. Each neighborhood village at ArrowCreek has its own unique character and a system of recreational trails links all the villages together. Schools serving ArrowCreek include Lenz and Hunsberger elementary, Pine Middle School, and Galena High School. Also, just outside of the ArrowCreek community are the private Sage Ridge school and nearby Bishop Manogue High School. For outdoor enthusiasts Lake Tahoe is only 18 miles away and features world-class four-seasons recreation. Shopping options are plentiful and staying in style is easy at the regional Summit Lifestyle Center. There are so many reasons to fall in love with ArrowCreek. We invite you to consider ArrowCreek if you are moving to the Reno area. If you’d like to find out more about homes for sale in ArrowCreek, contact the Whitney Group for more information about ArrowCreek in Reno.
Caughlin Ranch Real Estate Welcome to Caughlin Ranch in Reno, a Master Planned community located in southwest Reno just south of the Truckee River, with its western border along the Toiyabe National Forest boundary. Caughlin Ranch is a symbol of what makes Reno so special. 2,400 acres of the original Ranch was purchased by the developers in 1984 from the Caughlin family. The original Caughlin farmhouse is still located on Mayberry Drive, just one block from the estate entrance to the Ranch at Plumb and West McCarran. From the very beginning, Alan Means and Sam Jasick had such vision for the Ranch. Native Nevadans, they knew it would eventually seem as if it were in the middle of town, and now it is. They made sure they preserved the vast amount natural resources on the property to benefit the residents; collecting water in beautiful ponds and even saving a symbolic Cottonwood tree during development. 1,200 acres of the Ranch are left in open space with over 20 miles of trails and recreation paths. Caughlin Parkway is the only road that weaves through the Ranch. Each turn and twist in the road creates a beautiful, unique vista carved out of the natural landscape. Caughlin Ranch has many home options from condominiums at River Run to newer construction homes at Pine Bluff. Eagles Nest, one of the premier gated luxury neighborhoods in the region, is an intimate custom home neighborhood near the western edge of the Ranch bordering the Toiyabe National Forest. Many Estate lots of one-third acre or larger have been built out with custom homes over the years. For anyone wanting to build their dream home in an established community, a few custom home lots remain available for purchase and development. Home prices in Caughlin Ranch range from slightly above the region’s median value to over $1 million for a custom luxury home. The Caughlin Club, in the heart of the Ranch, features a pool, tennis courts and premier workout facilities for members. At the top of the hill, where McCarran Blvd again intersects with Caughlin Parkway is the Caughlin Commercial area, home to a Scolari’s grocery, Moxie’s restaurant, as well as other local businesses and professional services. Excellent public education opportunities exist in Caughlin Ranch Elementary and Roy Gomm Elementary, Swope Middle and Reno High schools that serve the community. Several private schools are nearby including Sage Ridge and Bishop Manogue. Commute times to downtown and Reno’s tech hubs are within a 15-minute drive. The Caughlin Ranch community is close to many locally owned restaurants including Eclipse Pizza and Walden’s Coffee House in Mayberry Landing. Also located in Mayberry Landing is Whispering Vine Spirits Tasting Room, and Healthy Tails, offering exceptional products for your pet companion. Caughlin Ranch is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in our region, and we invite you to consider this area if you’re moving to Reno, Nevada. Contact the Whitney Group for the expertise to sell/buy your home in Caughlin Ranch.
D’Andrea Real Estate Located in the Sparks Foothills D’Andrea boasts beautiful city and mountain views. Just minutes away from world class shopping this growing area is an ideal location for relaxation and recreation.
Damonte RanchReal Estate Damonte Ranch in Southwest Reno is a master-planned community with diverse residential choices all situated among abundant wetlands, greenbelts, community parks and meandering hiking and bike trails. With business and recreational choices literally around the corner, you’ll find out for yourself that ranch has new meaning.
Downtown Reno Real Estate Welcome to the Downtown neighborhood in Reno, Nevada, where there’s something for nearly everyone. Most of downtown living is in our wonderful luxury high-rise buildings. They each offer something different and have all the amenities you would expect of luxury high-rise living. The 360-degree views of the valley make waking up and looking out your window even more special. Home values range from the regional median price to over $1 million for a Penthouse with a view. There are not many truly walkable neighborhoods in Reno, but downtown is by far the best. There are several downtown residents who have gone “car-less” and love it! Entertainment options are plentiful, all within walking distance in the neighborhood. From gaming at the casinos to concerts and events at the Downtown Reno Events Center, The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts and Wingfield Park, there is something to do every night in Downtown Reno. Along the Truckee River, walking the Riverwalk District is not only fun but beautiful. There is local art and sculpture all over downtown with many sculptures obtained from Burning Man festivals over the years. While you’re out and about downtown, be sure to check out the Nevada Museum of Art, the only accredited art museum in the state and winner of more accolades than we can count. Beyond the amazing art it brings to town the museum offers art classes, monthly social events and the beautiful Sky Room to host your most special events. Chez Louie, the restaurant inside the museum, is run by our favorite local chef and has the best Sunday brunch in town. Outdoor enthusiasts won’t be left behind either. The clean, clear and beautiful Truckee River that runs through downtown offers spectacular fly fishing. If you’re into freestyle kayaking, you’ll love the half mile of Class 2 and 3 rapids plus the 11 drop-pools in the Whitewater Park. Meeting up with friends? Locals and visitors alike can be found enjoying a refreshing beverage at The Eddy or The Depot before heading for a bite to eat at Campo or the locally famous Louis’ Basque Corner. After dinner, it’s a quick walk to Greater Nevada Field for catching a Triple-A Reno Aces baseball game or a Reno 1868 FC Soccer match. Getting around couldn’t be easier with close access to the freeways, a regional mass transit hub and the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. There are so many reasons to love Downtown Reno. We invite you to consider this neighborhood if you’re moving to the area.
Field Creek Real Estate A lovely neighborhood in the Southwest area of Reno, Fieldcreek offers a great location with beautiful views and a great range of homes and pricing. Developed in the early 1990’s by Filberto Ferroni, the Fieldcreek Ranch area is celebrated as one of Reno’s premiere custom home neighborhoods. These beautiful custom-built homes are situated on spacious home sites ranging from one half to one acre parcels with views of the city, mountains, valley and golf course. Within Fieldcreek there is a gated community, the Fairways provides larger home sites with many on the golf course.
Galena Forest Real Estate Located off Mt. Rose Highway, Galena Forest in Reno offers the best location for those who enjoy hiking, biking, skiing, being close to Lake Tahoe plus the close conveniences of the Reno area. With the beauty of Galena Creek and nested in the trees of Galena Forest and bordering the Toiyabe National Forest, this community provides the ideals of mountain living along with the gorgeous custom homes and home sites – the majority of which are one half acre to one acre in size. Some of the properties in Galena Forest have homeowner’s associations yet others do not.
Hidden Valley Real Estate As the only private club in the entire state until recently, the Hidden Valley Country Club offers an amazing eighteen-hole golf course along with an exclusive clubhouse, large swimming pool and lounge area plus tennis courts. Set in the Southeast Reno foothills of the Pah Rah range and offering over nine hundred acres, Hidden Valley is considered the Gem of the Truckee Meadows. Developed a little over fifty years ago, this lovely community of homes surrounds the golf course and offers amazing views of the city and the mountains.
Lakeridge and Lakeridge Shores Real Estate Located in the desired area of Southwest Reno, the custom homes in the Lakeridge community provide an interesting balance of older and newer homes among the lush trees. The area also provides some condominium and townhome communities. The homes and townhomes offer a locale near the Lakeridge Golf Course, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones. Along with the great location and golf amenities, this community provides amazing views of Reno and the mountains. As one of Reno’s most convenient areas, Lakeridge is located close to downtown, the airport, and major shopping districts. Lakeridge Shores is a gated community within Lakeridge which offers amazing views as well as the private 30-acre Lake Stanley featuring the signature 15th island hole.
Mid-Town Real Estate Welcome to the Midtown District in Reno, Nevada. Midtown is located just south of the heart of downtown Reno and along the eastern border of the highly desirable old southwest Reno neighborhoods. This section of town experienced a renaissance after small business entrepreneurs and artisans transformed the neighborhood into a cultural experience not found anywhere else in the region and rarely found in the western states. If you spend any amount of time in Midtown, you’ll discover a concentrated west-coast modern hip combined with a passionate Nevada “can-do” attitude. The mural scene, brought to you by local and visiting artists, is one of the largest collections of public art in the country. Locals of all ages love the wide variety of things to do in Midtown; from hipster used clothing and record stores, to artisan craft cocktail lounges, some of the best eateries in town, and art galleries. Culture and history thrive in this neighborhood, with the Nevada Museum of Art and the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum both within walking distance. You’ll find many locals catching a craft cocktail at Death & Taxes or grabbing a bite at Midtown Eats before meeting friends at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, or taking the family to visit The Harrah Collection in the National Automobile Museum. Housing in the Midtown District is a mix of single family residences and condos, most of which are older homes, with some newer construction tactfully built on once vacant lots. Home prices are generally at or slightly above the Reno/Sparks regional median price depending on the exact location and age of the home. This neighborhood enjoys easy access to downtown and the University of Nevada campus, as well as short commuting times to the tech hubs in south Reno and the Tahoe Regional Industrial Center. Schools serving the Midtown area are located within Washoe County School District and include Mount Rose Elementary. Swope Middle School, Reno High School. There are so many reasons to love the Midtown District, but what locals love about this neighborhood is that it tailors to all styles of life and is conveniently located to everything one needs. We invite you to consider Midtown if you’re moving to Reno, Nevada.
Mogul Real Estate Located a short distance from Reno to the West, Mogul is a great suburb for those looking at mature neighborhoods, spectacular mountain views and larger lots that may be zoned for horses. Enjoy a rural feel while being close to the Downtown Reno area. If you are looking for the outdoors you have found it here. Mogul is a short distance from skiing at Northstar Resort and Squaw Valley as well as miles of hiking trails on Peavine Mountain.
Montreux Real Estate Welcome to Montreux, a community unlike any other neighborhood in Reno. Located in south Reno along the Mt Rose Highway, Montreux combines the best of Tahoe’s scenic beauty, tall pines and mountain vistas, with the close proximity to city amenities and conveniences of Reno. Within the gates is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in Northern Nevada. The unparalleled quality of this private course has been recognized by the PGA. Today, the course is home to The Barracuda Championship. A variety of elegant semi-custom and custom homes maintain the timeless beauty and superior quality of northern European architecture. Home values and custom lot prices are in the upper tier and this is considered a luxury lifestyle neighborhood. One great advantage of living in Montreux is the feeling of “community”. Imagine pulling your golf cart right out of the garage and loading up the family to go the pool, or cruising to a friend’s house for a “Friendly Friday” cocktail party with the neighbors. Many miles of recreation trails weave throughout the community, and are perfect for hiking, biking and other activities. Mount Rose Ski Tahoe, the local’s favorite, is only 15 minutes away. Or, for even more adventure, the shores of Lake Tahoe and four-season recreational opportunities in the Tahoe Basin are all an easy 25-minute drive over the Mt Rose Highway Montreux is served by some of the top-rated schools in the Washoe County School District. Hunsberger Elementary, a Blue-Ribbon School, offers a prestigious accelerated program called “SWAS”, or School Within A School, for highly gifted and talented students in grades 3-6. High school students living in Montreux attend Galena High School, one of the highest ranked public high schools in the district. Private school options include Sage Ridge, a competitive college prep school starting at 4th grade through high school, and Bishop Manogue, a private Catholic High School located within a 15-minute drive. There are many reasons to love living in Montreux, but new residents will enjoy a friendly and welcoming atmosphere when moving into their new neighborhood, along with the safety and peace of mind associated with a 24-hour manned guarded entry. As much as the many amenities, residents also love that Montreux is located in one of few western states with no state income tax. We invite you to consider Montreux if you are moving to the Reno area. If you’d like to find out more about homes or custom lots for sale in Montreux contact the Whitney Group.
Northwest Reno Real Estate Northwest Reno is a sought-after community with one of the largest parks in Reno – Rancho San Rafael, and a great school, McQueen High School, known for its academics and athletics. The park is home to the Great Reno Balloon Races, the Wilber D. May Museum and other beautiful attractions and events. This area is minutes from Downtown Reno, Midtown and the University of Nevada, Reno.
North Valley’s Real Estate Welcome to the North Valleys in Reno. The North Valleys are composed of several small communities just north of Reno, commonly known as Sun Valley, Lemmon Valley, Golden Valley, and Cold Springs. The lifestyle is quiet and relaxed, with open country skies away from city lights and spectacular mountain views. There is ample access to federal BLM land for hiking, mountain biking, ATV or horseback riding. One of the many opportunities for enjoying the outdoors is the Swan Lake Nature Study Area, a nationally recognized bird watching area. The park features several hiking trails along with a 600-foot long boardwalk that takes visitors into the wetlands area. You’ll find many locals grabbing a bite at the Hometown Cafe before meeting up with friends at Black Rock Bicycles or taking the family to visit the Animal Ark, whose mission is to inspire environmental stewardship through wildlife education. Housing in the North Valleys is some of the most affordable in the region, and everything from suburban subdivisions to rural homes with acreage and horse properties can be found. Home prices are generally below the Reno/Sparks median price. This area enjoys easy access to the 395 freeway, and short commuting times to downtown, the University of Nevada campus, and the tech hubs in south Reno. Higher education and employment in the North Valleys includes Truckee Meadows Community College, Desert Research Institute, Amazon and Petco. The Tahoe Regional Industrial Center – home to over 130 companies – is just a 30-minute drive. Schools in this area are located within Washoe County School District, and include Palmer, Alice Smith, and Desert Heights Elementary. O’Brien is the local middle school; and North Valleys is the High School for this area. There are so many reasons to love the North Valleys, but what locals love about this neighborhood is that it tailors to all styles of life, offers privacy from downtown, yet is conveniently located to all the amenities the region has to offer. We invite you to consider North Valleys if you’re moving to Reno, Nevada.
New Old Southwest Reno Real Estate The Old Southwest in Reno is one of Reno’s oldest neighborhoods. With a unique mix of classic 1930’s and Mid-Century architecture this area has something for everyone. It is a short distance to Downtown Reno, Idlewild Park and the Truckee River.
Reno Real Estate Discover what Reno, Nevada has to offer! Located in Northern Nevada, Reno boasts a variety of sights and activities for everyone from skiing, hiking, major events such as Hot August Nights and the Great Reno Balloon Race, and a rural feel with a big city atmosphere. With the Truckee River running through the Downtown area there is white water rafting and just plain good old summer fun to be had. Click the logo on the top left to see an area map to start looking for your new dream home and call The Whitney Group to help make that dream a reality.
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SaddlehornReal Estate Saddlehorn was developed in the late 80’s & early 90’s to fill the ever-growing need for luxury homes & home sites in the Reno area. The Southwest Suburban area was emerging as a popular place to live and work so the upscale neighborhood of Saddlehorn rose to the occasion. Created and developed by Jasick& Nichols, Saddlehorn is an exciting mix of styles and textures with a variety of architectural offerings. Saddlehorn also appealed to a myriad of builders and architects wanting to expand their vision of luxury property into the Southwest Suburban area. The popular Reno/Sparks architect Gail Ritchie features many of his designs in this upscale development. Saddlehorn captures the beauty of the high desert landscape flowing graciously with a generous amount of open common area and ample walking trails. Many parcels offer views of the City Corridor, Mountains and Valley. Home sites in Saddlehorn vary in size from Â½ to 1+ acre parcels. Most of Saddlehorn is already completed and this luxury community has approximately 425 home sites. There are still approximately 40 custom home lots sprinkled throughout Saddlehorn with most of these parcels located in the newest Southern end of the development. Lot prices range from the high 200’s to the mid 400’s. A must see if you are considering Southwest Suburban Reno as your destination! Custom Built homes located on the southern side of 431 at Thomas Creek. Saddlehorn is an upscale community consisting of just over 800-acres with 432 lots for custom built single-family homes. Each lot is unique and offer spectacular city and/or mountain views. Homes range from $600K to over $2M. Some lots are still available. There is a community park consisting of 13-acres, a playground, ball fields, ball courts, paved walking & jogging trails, horseshoe pits, pavilions, and BBQ pits. The community also offers 50-acres of common area making this community an ideal location to build or purchase. A HomeCrafters home is one of character and timeless values – a testament to the innate wonders of the Nevada landscape and the people who live here. Everything…locations, materials, vendors, and suppliers…are all orchestrated with that outcome in mind. And the result is more than a great home, it’s a place of partnership, relationship, and tradition. To own one of these semi-custom masterpieces is to become part of a family. Many buyers of HomeCrafters homes are repeat customers from previous projects.
Saint James Village Real Estate St. James Village is a private, gated community consisting of 1,600 acres with a maximum of 522 home sites. Home sites range in size from one acre to over four acres. Conveniently located 13 miles south of Reno, Nevada at the end of Joy Lake Road, St. James Village is developed by National Land Corporation of Nevada. The world-renowned St. James Club in Antigua is under the common ownership of St. James’s Village. The wonderful neighborhoods of St. James’s Village include: Edgewood at St. James Village: The Woods, Ridge Crest, and Timberlake Court. Each home site has a designated building envelope with a maximum allowable disturbed area not to exceed 20% of the total home site square footage. All utilities are underground. Home sites have a commanding view of Mt. Rose, Slide Mountain, Washoe Valley or the Virginia Range foothills. A full array of amenities is in place to enhance the community’s lifestyle. Equestrian trails, hiking, and bicycling are as close as your front yard, as a trail system winds through the village and links with the Toiyabe National Forest, Mt. Rose Wilderness, Galena Creek Park and Davis Creek Park. Skiing is only eight miles away at Mt. Rose Ski Resort. Several challenging golf courses are in the area, with others on line to be built. Lake Tahoe is less than 19 miles away, offering an abundance of summer and winter activities, including 28 world-class ski resorts, cross-country skiing, fishing, sailing, hiking, golf, and tennis. More than 800 acres of permanent open space belongs to the homeowner’s association and is available exclusively to the residents of the village.