Reno luxury real estate caters to discerning residents in a number of ways. Ski bunnies appreciate that there are no less than fifteen ski resorts within an hour’s drive, notably the Reno-Tahoe region. When the weather warms up, this same area is thriving with hikers, bikers, boaters, white water rafters, kayakers, fishermen and nature lovers. Hiking the Mount Rose Wilderness area is simply breathtaking, but that’s only one of many outdoor wonders in nearby Nevada territory. It’s no surprise, then, that many call Reno “America’s Adventure Place.”
Another reason people consider Reno luxury homes is that they’re in the center of the action. This bustling metropolis has a wonderful downtown nightlife full of top-notch restaurants, casinos, bars and clubs. The 210 North is a state-of-the-art European-style dance hall offering three rooms of sound, advanced lighting systems and upscale dÃƒÂ©cor. AllCity Live, Aura Ultra Lounge, BuBinga Lounge Nightclub, Divine Ultra Lounge, Nikki Beach and Satellite Cocktail Lounge are other cool spots for night owls to dance the night away and enjoy a few drinks. Reno gaming centers feature Blackjack, Poker, Texas Hold Em, slot machines, Keno, Bingo and Roulette.
The Riverwalk District is one of area resident’s favorite parts of town. On the second Saturday of each month, a $20 wine walk lets participants sample a glass of wine at twenty-two local drink merchants. Shoppers might stop at Dharma’s to peruse rare and out-of-print books or they may pick up fresh fruits and vegetables in the Downtown Marketplace. La Terre Verte features all organic, sustainable and earth-friendly gifts, while La Bussola & Center Gallery is an artist’s paradise, with home accessories, baby gifts, eco-friendly products, vintage jewelry and artwork. Diners living in Reno luxury real estate can indulge in French cuisine at Beaujolais Bistro, microbrews at Silver Peak Grill, or gourmet pizza at Pizza Reno. Then residents can stop for a pedicure at Aquarius Salon, a musical at BrÃƒÂ¼ka Theatre, an art class at Lake Mansion or a car show at the National Automobile Museum.
Reno is frequently referred to as the “Biggest Little City in the World,” meaning that the people are eclectic and friendly, despite the fact that there are at least 214,853 residents living in Reno luxury real estate. Since 2000, the population has grown 17% thanks to an extensive downtown revitalization and an influx of jobs for young professionals. A good portion of Reno luxury homes residents have come from the Sacramento or San Francisco basin. Big annual events like the “Hot August Nights” classic car show, “Street Vibrations” motorcycle show, bowling tournaments at the National Bowling Stadium, Cinco de Mayo celebration, “The Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off” and the Great Reno Balloon Race continue to draw thousands of visitors from around the world. It’s not surprising, then, that many of these people would like to stay here. In fact, Dawn Wells, the actress who played “Maryanne” on Gilligan’s Island, actress Sharon Stone, Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons, Olympic figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi and defensive back for the Oakland Raiders, Chris Carr, all live in Reno luxury homes.
By Adam J Morien
Reno luxury real estate combines the best of both worlds — offering unparalleled outdoor fun and thriving nightlife. Whether it’s wine, gambling, spas, art, music, skiing or rafting, it’s all here. Reno luxury homes offer close proximity to all the excitement, but also a level of upscale sophistication that simply can’t be found in Las Vegas.