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Gearing up to buy or sell a home soon in Reno, NV? Call Chris Nevada at (775) 750-1700. Your Reno, NV realty team is here to help navigate the Reno, NV real estate market.

Reno, Nevada Overview

Reno, Nevada is composed of many great neighborhoods with homes as diverse as the terrain. From the open space of the southern Damonte Ranch wetlands with single family homes, to the ranch style homes in Northwest Reno lush with pine trees, and the condos and bungalows of the downtown Truckee River corridor, there is something for everyone in Reno. Let’s take a tour of what Reno has to offer. 

The neighborhoods of Double Diamond, Damonte Ranch, and South Meadows are three areas that make up the growing section of Southeast Reno. In 1938, prominent Reno figure Wilbur D. May purchased a 2,600-acre ranch which later became Double Diamond Ranch and the subsequent present-day neighborhood.

In 2000, developers built Damonte Ranch next to Double Diamond around the wetlands of Reno. They created a residential community shared with commercial businesses, public facilities, and the existing natural beauty. South Meadows Parkway connects some of the best food and shopping centers of south Reno to this community of condominiums and single-family homes.

The South Creek Retail Center is full of locally owned businesses like SouthCreek Pizza Company, bibo coffee company, Los Compadres, Beer NV, Whispering Vine and breakfast hot spot Squeeze In. South Meadows Promenade is minutes from South Towne featuring a Sprouts Farmers Market, Chipotle, Panda Express, Blaze Pizza, and Jersey Mike’s. The Village at Double Diamond provides a 24-hour Smith's grocery store, as well as a Peg's Glorified Ham and Eggs and locally owned and operated Great Full Gardens. On Steamboat Parkway and Veterans Parkway, you'll find the highly-rated Twisted Fork serving American cuisine with a Latin twist.

The Damonte Ranch Wetland Loop is an easy 3-mile paved loop perfect for a bike ride, jog or stroll with beautiful views of the valley. The nearest golf course to South Meadows is Wolf Run Golf Club. The terrain and water features make for some challenging greens. The University of Nevada, Reno golf teams call Wolf Run their home course.

Southwest Reno is made up of tract and custom homes at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. A few of these areas are Arrowcreek, Galena, Saddlehorn, and Montreux. This area of Reno boasts some of the best golf courses in the country. The Montreux Golf and Country Club opened in the late 1990s. The surrounding Montreux community stretches over 726 acres of land, with 540 homesites and counting. 

The Club at ArrowCreek showcases two private courses designed by Fuzzy Zoeller, John Harbottle and Arnold Palmer. The Arrowcreek master-planned community offers magnificent views of Mount Rose from nearly every home.

Nearby, Galena rests on the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. During the Comstock Lode, miners foraged the area only to find substantial amounts of “galena.” This lead-sulfide mixture yielded no profit for the miners but it did provide the small town its unique name.

The Summit Reno shopping mall is 14 minutes from Southwest Reno. Residents can spend their day shopping at Dilliard’s, enjoy a meal from local restaurants Burger Me! or Miguel’s Mexican Food, and finish their day with the latest film release at Sierra Summit Century Theater. Galena Junction Shopping Center in southwest Reno has a Raley’s, Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill, and local favorite Truckee Bagel Company. South Towne Crossing is another popular destination, home to a Walmart Supercenter, Doughboy's Donuts, and Ijji Noodle House.Tamarack Junction Casino is a favorite local spot for its easy access to gaming and acclaimed steakhouse. 

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The Toiyabe National Forest surrounds the area, providing residents with numerous outdoor opportunities. Galena Creek Recreation Area sits at the base of Mount Rose and features excellent hiking, biking, and horse trails. Continuing up the Sierra Nevadas, Reno residents can hit the slopes at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe during the winter season. In the summer months, many residents enjoy warm days on the nearby beaches of Lake Tahoe

Another great pocket of neighborhoods is in West Reno. Caughlin Ranch, Lakeridge Shores, and the Mayberry Highland Park areas mix modern luxury with classic ranch homes. 

Built in 1874, Caughlin Ranch began as a large ranch house in Virginia City. The ranch was disassembled in Virginia City and moved to its current location of 3636 Mayberry Drive in 1895. The community of Caughlin Ranch occupies 6,000 acres of land stretching from the Truckee River to today’s Skyline Boulevard.

Lakeridge Shores is located off South McCarran Boulevard east of Caughlin Ranch. The master-planned community surrounds Lake Stanley and the accompanying Lake Ridge Golf Course.

Caughlin Ranch Shopping Center is on Caughlin Parkway and South McCarran Boulevard. Here you’ll find Starbucks, Raley’s and local favorite, Moxie’s.As you follow South McCarran boulevard through West Reno, you’ll reach Firecreek Crossing. Stores such as Walmart, Sam’s Club and TJ Maxx Home Goods help residents meet their shopping needs. The Peppermill Reno and the Atlantis Casino are only a few miles east of West Reno, providing excellent entertainment, restaurants, and gaming. Enjoy Oceano seafood at the Peppermill Reno or Bistro Napa's happy hour inside the Atlantis Casino.

Village Green Park is a beloved regional park for residents. Catch the Concerts on the Village Green or join your neighbors for plenty of community celebrations. 

As you travel west on I-80 you’ll notice the elevation gain just a bit, leading through magnificent pine trees and impressive mountain and rock formations. Here you’ll find the communities of Somersett, Del Webb, and Verdi. In 1991, Blake Smith purchased the northwest land of Reno. He hired professional golfer and course designer Tom Kite to begin work on the Somersett Golf and Country Club. It would later become the center of the master-planned community of Somersett. 

Sierra Canyon by Del Webb is a 55 and up active adult community located within Somersett. This neighborhood has its own 20,000 square foot clubhouse with an indoor pool and walking track.

Just a few miles west of Somersett is Verdi, nestled between Reno and Truckee, California. This lush region extends into the surrounding mountains, with many homes lining the Truckee River. 

Ridgeview Plaza in Northwest Reno has retail stores Ross and Kohl’s plus great food options like Safeway, Chipotle, and Wingstop. Canyon Creek Shopping Center across the street is home to Ijji 4 Korean Bar-B-Que, Flowing Tide Pub, Save Mart, and Walgreens. McQueen Crossing Shopping Center is on Robb Drive and Mae Anne Avenue west of Ridgeview Plaza. This center includes Raley’s, Umpqua Bank, Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill, Dickeys Barbecue Pit, and Sakana Xpress.

Although Northwest Reno is slightly distant from the heart of Reno, there are plenty of great restaurants in the area. The Grille at Somersett is beloved by members of the country club. Burger Me! is also a fantastic restaurant locally owned and operated just minutes outside of the Somersett entrance.

Midtown Reno and Downtown Reno consist of unique local eateries and shops plus a wide range of vintage bungalows, high rise condos, and luxury riverfront properties. Since its establishment in 1868 and the legalization of gambling in 1931, downtown Reno has blossomed with casino resorts, fine and casual dining, and impressive displays of various artworks.

The Reno arch is an iconic marker of the city, standing above Virginia Street. In 2018, the city changed the arch’s scheme from red and gold to blue and silver to support the University of Nevada, Reno.

Midtown Reno began soon after the development of Downtown Reno. The development of storefronts along Virginia Street and the settlement of more people to the community formed the popular Reno district.

Sticks is a centrally located shopping center in Midtown. This center is home to restaurants Two Chicks and Mari Chuy’s Mexican Kitchen as well as shops Nomad Boutique and Hello Yoga. 

The Truckee River Walk is the site of Reno’s monthly Wine Walks. As you walk the path, you’ll find great restaurants and pubs like Sierra Tap House, Campo, and Old Bridge Pub. The Eddy is an outdoor beer garden and ‘grown-up’ playground on the southern side of the Truckee River. From spring through fall, catch a game at Greater Nevada Field. This field is home to the Reno Aces, the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, as well as the Reno 1868 Football Club of the United Soccer League. The Nevada Museum of Art exhibits incredible artwork of many media from all over the world. Choose between a guided or private tour of the many rotating and permanent displays. Or, host your next event in their 4,800 square foot Nightingale Sky Room overlooking the city.

Idlewild Park is an excellent recreational facility just west of Midtown. The Truckee river provides beautiful scenery amongst the playgrounds, walking paths, rose gardens, sports fields, and the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway. Just north of the city is Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, home of the annual Great Reno Balloon Races. Throughout the year, visitors can enjoy the Off Leash Dog Park, hiking trails, playground, and the William D. May Arboretum and Museum.

Continuing on U.S. Highway 395, you’ll reach the north valleys of Reno. A unique mountain terrain surrounds the areas of Lemmon Valley, Golden Valley, Sun Valley, Panther Valley, Red Rock, Cold Springs and Stead

The north valleys began primarily as a ranching community, expanding Reno in search of fertile land. Notable figures such as Frank and Wilhelmina Heinz settled the land we see today. This northern region has a variety of housing options including upscale new builds, condos, and custom ranch houses with plenty of open space. 

North Hills Shopping Center is the first thing you’ll see as you turn onto Golden Valley Road from U.S. Highway 395. This center has a neighborhood Raley's and the North Valleys Library. If you’re looking for dinner out, visit Steak n’ Shake, Sizzling Wok and Sushi, or Longboards Beach Fired Pizza. In Lemmon Valley, Sky Vista Shopping Center provides a Walmart Supercenter, Smith’s, Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, Walgreens, and CVS for all your shopping needs.

The north valleys offer plenty of events and activities. The Reno-Stead Airport hosts the STIHL National Championship Air Races every fall. This week-long event brings visitors up close and personal with hundreds of different planes and military aircraft. Cold Springs Skate Park is right next to the Cold Springs Community Center. This community center offers a baseball field, playground, and walking trails, making this recreation area highly popular to residents of all ages.

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