Homes for Sale in Sparks, NV
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Sparks, Nevada originated in 1904 when Southern Pacific Railroad realigned their eastern route from Wadsworth, Nevada. Before this, Sparks was known as East Reno until the town was renamed in honor of Nevada Governor John Sparks.
Sparks is composed of many neighborhoods with ideal shopping centers, beautiful recreation areas, and lively entertainment. From the eastern hillsides with remarkable views of the city, to the northern rural oasis, Sparks is an excellent location to make your lifestyle dreams become reality.
The City of Sparks stretches from the Truckee River to the northern desert highlands all east of Interstate 580. At the south border of the city, you’ll find Downtown Sparks. This area has Victorian Square, home to the annual Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off.
Right near Interstate 80 is The Nugget Hotel & Casino. This popular resort and gaming destination began as a 60 seat coffee shop with only 50 slot machines in 1954. Since then, The Nugget Hotel & Casino has expanded and helped to develop the community around it. The Nugget recently added a new outdoor concert stadium in Victorian Square.
East of Downtown Sparks, you’ll find the Vistas and D’Andrea. These suburban communities provide a variety of housing styles and prices, aiming to protect the unique environment while bringing together residential, office, retail, and recreational areas. This highly desirable area gives residents the quietness of suburban living with proximity to city amenities.
The Outlets at Legends are in the southeast area of Sparks. This outdoor shopping mall has over 50 retailers like Target, SCHEELS, Vans, and Nike Factory Store. Restaurants like Great Full Gardens, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Jersey Mike’s, and BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse draw in a large portion of Legend’s customers.
Wild Island Family Adventure Park is across Sparks Boulevard from Legends and includes the Coconut Bowl, minigolf, go-karts, and a water park. Another main recreation attraction in Sparks is the Sparks Marina Park. This park includes two beach areas, a fishing pier, volleyball courts, and a dog park all along the man-made Helms Lake.
Continuing north into Sparks, the communities of Wingfield Springs, Cimarron, Cimarron Highlands and Pioneer Meadows are some of the most picturesque communities in Northern Nevada. Enhancing some of that scenery is the acclaimed Red Hawk Golf and Resort. This golf resort is home to two 18-hole courses: the Hills Course and the Lakes Course, both designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Golden Eagle Regional Park and Sports Complex is near Wingfield Springs. This park provides six softball fields, two baseball fields, and a multi-use football/soccer field - all with artificial turf. Red’s Golden Eagle Grill is conveniently in the center of the softball fields.
Marian Louise McIlravy-Kiley purchased the Nevada Hereford Ranch, naming it the Stead Ranch because of her new husband’s name. Kiley’s sons, Croston Stead and William “Bill” Stead changed the name of their childhood home to the Kiley Ranch in 1980.
Kiley Ranch is now a community west of Wingfield Springs. Already an established community, Kiley Ranch still has room to grow as new developments are coming. For a fun afternoon, head to Kiley Ranch Golf Course & Bar for a round of golf or try the challenging footgolf game, followed by a tasty beverage at their full bar.
Nearby, Lazy 5 Regional Park has baseball fields plus a playground for the little ones. The water play park is wildly popular in the summer months while the Spanish Spring Skatepark is the only skatepark in northern Sparks.
Throughout Sparks, there are several shopping centers for your needs and convenience. The Sparks Galleria is the go-to shopping center for most residents in Sparks and Reno. This center boasts a Costco Wholesale, Sprouts Farmers Market, Bed Bath and Beyond, Home Depot, Cost Plus World Market, and Best Buy. Just across Pyramid Way from the Galleria you’ll find a Walmart Supercenter and Kohl’s. Enjoy a meal at restaurants like Niko’s Greek, Blind Onion Pizza & Pub, Red Robin, or Tha Joint Sushi & Grill.
Just outside the city boundaries of Sparks is Spanish Springs. This community consists of upscale developments like Shadow Ridge, Silver Ridge, Spanish Springs Valley Ranches and Pebble Creek.
Eagle Landing Plaza in Spanish Springs has Save Mart, Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill, Pizza Factory, and local’s favorite The Lake Bar & Grill.
If you’re looking for that open expanse and rural lifestyle with the convenience of nearby shopping, check out Palomino Valley. This area still has plenty of prime vacant lots scattered around custom homes and is only 15 minutes away from the comfort and amenities of Sparks.
Palomino Valley stretches past various private properties, horse properties, and Nevada’s untamed territory controlled by the Bureau of Land Management. Palomino Valley has wild mustangs living and migrating in its desert environment. The National Wild Horse and Burro Center of Palomino Valley is the largest adoption facility on BLM land in the entire country. The Ironwood Events Center and Boarding is available to horse owners providing boarding services, two indoor arenas, and an outdoor arena, as well as horse trainers and riding lessons.
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