Golf Communities in the Reno Sparks Area



There are approximately 60 golf courses in and around the Reno, Sparks area and a number of those are surrounded by golf communities. Below is a list of best golf course communities in the Reno Sparks area:

Arrowcreek - a semi-private course and a private course, Arrowcreek is gated community with big city and valley views and encompasses about 2400 acres. Prices range from $350,000 to over $3,000,000. Arrowcreek also has a very nice pool and clubhouse, in the county club there is a full service restaurant.

DAndrea - A semi-private course located on the very east end of the valley in Sparks. Dandrea has one of the finest clubhouses in the area and was built to take advantage of the views. Home prices in Dandrea currently range from $200,000 to $600,000 and there is an active adult community called Toscana located there.

Lakeridge - A public course located in the heart of Reno and is year after year one of the finest and most scenic courses in the area, featuring the 15th island hole. They do catering and have a very nice restaurant.

Montreux - A Jack Nicklaus designed golf course and home to the Reno Tahoe Open, lots of pine tree lined fairways.

Red Hawk (Wingfield Springs) - There are two courses that are both semi-private

Somersett - A private course and a nine hole par 3 semi-private course designed by Tom Kite and probably the number one resort style living community in the area.

There are other golf courses in Reno that have homes for sale on the course but do not feature a "golf community".

I have put together a page on my website - - a list of ALL the homes for sale within these golf communities. Simply go to the community you want more information on and each one has its individual page of information and homes for sale. If you would like more information or would like it narrowed down to only the homes that are ON the golf course please send me a request and I will get that information to you.

David Hughes



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