A happening place to place to live... If you're looking for a city that is conveniently located, big-name entertainment, an international airport, top casinos, great restaurants, outdoor activities, and available housing, welcome to Reno America's Adventure Place. It sits in the high desert valley on the eastern slope of the Sierra, one hour away from Lake Tahoe. At 4,400 feet above sea level it is also right on the Truckee River east of the Sierra Nevada. Reno is called the core of commerce and culture in northern Nevada. Located not more than 25 miles from Carson City, about four miles to Sparks, you'll adore The Biggest Little City in the World.
The Lifestyle: More than one hundred years ago, the mining boom plummeted while the gaming industry became popular and legal. In May 1868, lots were auctioned and named after Union General Jesse Reno who the city is named after as well. Four years later, the Virginia and Truckee Railroad were considered part of the boomtowns of the Comstock Lode. By the 20th century, Reno was tagged a railroad town. Today, nearly 200,000 residents of all ages enjoy the abundant sunshine 300 days a year, much less snowfall than at Lake Tahoe, and more tax perks than California. Also, recreation, events, and arts of Reno are ongoing.
Neighborhood Features: Several places to establish roots await you in Reno which includes the quaint and lovely Southwest area of town, the up-and-coming Northwest Reno, Spanish Springs in the Truckee Meadows, and the North Valleys suited for the rural type ambiance.
Hot Spot: Culture anyone? Reno is considered the cultural sot of the Sierra. The arts include the Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, the annual UNR Jazz Festival. Also, the Nevada Festival Ballet, Reno Little Theatre, Lear Theatre, Bruke Theatre and The Nevada Repertory Theatre, and The Nevada Museum of Arts are appreciated. Events include the Reno Rodeo, and Reno National Championship Air Races. Also, less than 30 minutes away in the mountain and desert lakes amid Reno fishing, sailing, swimming, hiking, biking, are all available. Plus, the Truckee Meadows features more than a dozen world class ski resorts... You'll find schools galore for kids of all ages as well as the University of Reno-Nevada. And world class casinos attract both locals and visitors.
Best Homes: You can enjoy the Old Southwest neighborhoods with small, cozy brick houses, and charming homes with character near Lakeridge. Arrowcreek and Montreux are known for picturesque luxury golf homes in private gated communities. You'll find spacious homes north of Reno on rural lots and new subdivisions nearby schools. Red Rock is touted for its larger rural homes ideal for country-style living.
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