Homes for Sale in Double Diamond, Reno NV
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Double Diamond, Reno Overview
Wilbur D. May was the son of the founder of May Company Department Stores, who settled in Reno following his travels around the world. He fled California once it instated a state income tax and rented his first home in Washoe Valley in 1936. May’s rental led him to purchase a 2,600-acre ranch in 1938 that would later become the Double Diamond Ranch and subsequent present-day neighborhood. You’ll find Double Diamond when you turn onto Double Diamond Parkway from Double R Boulevard, backing up to the Resort at Tanamera on South Meadows Parkway.
Double Diamond Elementary School serves students of the community, located at the northwestern corner of the neighborhood. Depoali Middle School joined the district in 2009 to educate Double Diamond middle schoolers. Finally, students head to Damonte Ranch High School to complete their primary education. The home of the Mustangs is the newest high school addition to the Washoe County School District. There is one private high school near Double Diamond - Bishop Manogue Catholic High School, home of the Miners.
Double Diamond Athletic Club is a premiere gym facility just outside the neighborhood, complete with a junior Olympic indoor pool, cycle studio, free weights, cardio equipment, group exercise classes, and a kids club.
Double Diamond is close to both Wolf Run Golf Club and The Club at ArrowCreek. Wolf Run is a public golf course with full-service club repair, remodeled driving range, and restaurant - The Grill at Wolf Run. Wolf Run is the home course of both the University of Nevada, Reno’s men’s and women’s golf teams. The Club at ArrowCreek is a private club with two 18-hole golf courses. The Club is within the ArrowCreek master-planned gated community; however, memberships are available to non-residents.
Head to South Meadows Promenade for a variety of quick food choices like Blaze Pizza, Chipotle, or Jersey Mike’s. Or pick up your groceries for a home-cooked meal from Sprouts Farmers Market. South Towne Crossing provides a Walmart Supercenter to residents of Double Diamond, while the Village at Double Diamond has a 24-hour Smith’s. The center is also home to Peg’s Glorified Ham and Eggs and locally owned Great Full Gardens. The nearby Tamarack Junction Casino is a favorite casino to many locals.
Damonte Ranch Park is a central point to a majority of south Reno, hosting community and holiday events. The park is home to the Damonte Ranch Wetland Loop, a walking path guiding you around the beautiful Damonte Ranch Wetlands. The Double Diamond Ranch Walking and Bike Path are favored throughout the community year-round. Ellen's Park is another popular destination for residents. It features a playground, two tennis courts, a basketball court, and horseshoe pit.
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