Reno Neighborhoods

ArrowCreek Country Club is a 36-hole Championship Golf facility with an exceptional design by famed course architects, Arnold Palmer, The Legend Golf Course and Fuzzy Zoeller and John Harbottle III, on The Challenge Golf Course. Both of the golf courses are striking to the eye as it is challenging to your game. Immaculate greens and fairways lie amidst desert landscape with magnificent panoramic mountain and city views forming a stunning backdrop no matter where you are on the course.

Caughlin Ranch
With miles of walking trails, top schools, and natural beauty the neighborhood of Caughlin Ranch is always sought after Reno Real Estate. This master planed Reno community features everything from single level patio homes to expansive custom homes and home sites. Caughlin Ranch is located in the Southwest area of Reno and is conveniently located to I-80, The McCarran loop, and Downtown. At over 2300 acres, Caughlin Ranch offers some of the best natural beauty Reno has to offer while providing Reno residents with man made necessities. Many Reno residents agree that Caughlin Ranch is the best neighborhood to raise a family.

Real Estate in Caughlin Ranch starts in the high $200k’s and can exceed $3Million. If you are thinking of selling your Caughlin Ranch home, please contact us immediately as we have a waiting list of buyers looking at Caughlin Ranch homes only.

Galena Forest

For those who enjoy the trees and a “mountain living feel” — Galena Forest Estates is for you. Approximately 20 minutes from Incline Village, Galena Forest is close to Reno and the conveniences of the city. The landscape consists of tall pines in a forest-like setting.
Homes in Galena Forest start at approximately $500,000 and custom lots at $100,000. Offering a wide variety of finishes, style, and age of home you will find 30-year-old log cabins as well as newly constructed custom homes.
The HOA fees are $32/month in Galena Forest. (Association fees may change from time to time)


The backdrop is one of timeless beauty and majesty. The homes exude Old World charm. The feeling is one of highest quality and attention to the smallest detail.

It’s enchanting. Alluring. Private. There’s a look of seamlessness, with the homes blending harmoniously into the landscape. Montrêux is as nice and amenity-laden as any resort, yet it’s warm and inviting. Like home.

Montrêux is designed and built to live in, but more importantly it’s built for Life, with a capital L—the days and nights that become memories, the rounds of golf, sets of tennis, hikes at sunrise, and relaxed dinners in the clubhouse at the end of the day. The moments that define how you live.

Old Southwest
One of the most desired Reno neighbor hoods is in the old Southwest portion of Reno. This historic district offers mature trees that line the streets and the houses date back to the early 1900s. The neighbor hood offers everything from brick cottages and historic mansions, often times sharing the same block, and is located near the Truckee River. This Reno neighborhood can be expensive for renovated homes but it’s unique designs and convenient location make it worth it to many Reno real estate seekers. Located minutes from downtown the old Southwest offers great restaurants, parks, and is easy to get around via car, bike, or walking. The old Southwest is a quiet neighborhood, reminiscent of how things used to be.

Real Estate in the Old Southwest Reno neighborhood ranges from $200k for a small bungalow to $4 Million for a historic mansion and everything in between. When a home is for sale in this neighborhood, it typically will sell very quick.

Every Somersett resident enjoys the 9-hole Tom Kite designed Canyon Nine Golf Course, 24,000 square foot the 9 million dollar Club at Somersett recreation center, and over 27 miles of paved and natural hiking and biking trails. The Club at Town Center are exclusive to residents and included in Somersett residents’ monthly owners association dues.

South Meadows
South Meadows includes new homes and resell homes in the Damonte Ranch, Double Diamond and Curti Ranch communities. South Meadows is one of Reno’s newest neighborhoods. It was open space years ago and has blossomed into a true master-planned community with reasonably priced housing, shopping, walking trails, and a true community feel built for a family. Homes begin in the low $200Ks up to the high $500ks.