Homes for Sale in Lockwood, NV
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Lockwood was originally known as Happy Valley during the late 1800s when the Lagomarsino Family moved to the area from Genoa, Italy. A 16-mile trail leading to Virginia City formed from the later named Lagomarsino Canyon. In 1916, Carl Lockwood bought the Lagomarsino Ranch that served as a resting place along the route.
Lockwood connects to Reno through Interstate 80, about six miles east of Sparks.. While Lockwood feels remote from other northern Nevada communities, it is only 15 minutes from the heart of Reno. The Lockwood Trailhead begins on the shores of the Truckee River west of this neighborhood.
Louise Peri Park is one of the only parks in Lockwood, providing a sizable field and playground. Hillside Elementary School is adjacent to the park and is the only school located in Lockwood. Storey County School District serves the neighborhood of Lockwood and has four schools available to residents including Virginia City Middle School and Virginia City High School. The commute to these schools is longer than most in Northern Nevada, although the smaller class size is a huge benefit. Virginia City High School holds a student-to-teacher ratio of nearly 10 to 1.
Since Sparks is the closest major community nearby, Lockwood residents often find work, recreation, shopping, and restaurants in their western neighbor. Only a few minutes from Lockwood is The Outlets at Legends, home to over 50 different retailers like SCHEELS, a Nike Factory Store, Vans, and Target, plus the Galaxy Sparks IMAX Luxury Theatre. Restaurants like BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Great Full Gardens, Jersey Mikes, and Habit Burger Grill also draw Lockwood residents to the west. Fitness for 10 is an excellent gym in Legends. Wild Island Family Adventure Park is a family fun center complete with Coconut Bowl lanes, two minigolf courses, go-karts, and a large waterpark.
Nugget Resort Casino is the only resort hotel in Sparks and has been open since 1955. The resort has grown into one of the larger resorts in Northern Nevada. The Nugget overlooks Victorian Square, a strip of popular shops, restaurants, and bars along Victorian Avenue. A brand new entertainment stadium recently opened in the square, home of the annual Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off. Check out BJ’s Nevada Barbecue Company at the next cook-off but still plan to visit them year-round at their Victorian Square location.
Sparks Marina Park is an oasis east of the Nugget complete with two beach areas, multiple volleyball courts, and a dog park. Hidden Valley Country Club is the best golf course in proximity to Lockwood. Only a 10-minute drive away, Hidden Valley is a perfect course that also includes an aquatic facility, two tennis courts, and a fitness center with your country club membership.
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