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Introducing Canyon Vista – Carson City’s Newest Home Community

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Canyon Vista development is Carson City’s newest planned development, located in South Carson City. Canyon Vista will feature 1+ acre lots with three craftsman style homes ranging from 1832 sq. ft. to 2,300+ sq.ft . Model Homes are open now for public to view and lot/ new home reservations are being taken by Scott Smith of RE/MAX Reality Affiliates in Gardnerville Nevada.

Canyon Vista is a Scott Smith Development. Canyon Vista is located on the corner of Clearview and Hillview Drive in Southeast Carson City

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Canyon Vista in Carson City will Feature these three models:

The Arroyo – A Canyon Vista Exclusive in Carson City

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The Canyon – A Canyon Vista Exclusive in Carson City
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The Ravine – A Canyon Vista Exclusive in Carson City

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Canyon Vista is located on the corner of Clearview and Hillview Drive in Southeast Carson City.

  • From Lake Tahoe: Come down Hwy 50 and turn left on Hwy 395 headed North. The first light is Clearview. Turn right on Clearview and proceed about a mile to Hillview.
  • From the Carson Valley: Hwy 395 N past the junction of Hwy 50, the first light is Clearview. Turn right on Clearview and proceed about a mile to Hillview.
  • Dayton and East.: Hwy 50 to I580 South. Exiit on Fairway Drive and turn left to Edmonds and turn right. Follow Edmonds to Clearview and turn right. Proceed to Hillview.

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Carson Valley Real Estate Continues To Shine.

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Carson Valley Real Estate – An Update by Scott Smith

Carson Valley NV- For the last several months the real estate market in the Carson Valley has been fun to be around. The housing inventory is fairly low, the buyers in the market are increasing and homes are turning quickly when priced right. As a realtor in the area for many years, it is always a great feeling when you can help a seller sell their home quickly and at the same time provide a buyer with a great value in the local real estate market.

Building is also starting to increase, with new homes going up in all corners of the Carson Valley and in Carson City. Developments that were started in 2007 when the market crashed, are teaming with life again as custom homes are being ordered and completed without long waits and local real estate investors are starting to move in and develop new home plans and lots for the new market push.

2. An exciting time to look into local real estate. If I can be of any assistance in either giving you an honest valuation of a home you might consider selling or in finding a great value in the market to buy please give me a call at 775-691-1777 or email me at scott@gr8rdeal.com

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Canyon Vista Subdivision Open

Canyon Vista Subdivision in Carson City is Open

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Canyon Vista – Carson City’s newest subdivision is open to the public. Homes start in the 380,000 range. Homes Feature custom craftmanship, 1+ acre lots , and Plenty of room for a view.

Here are the sample Layouts and individual details for each model:

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Where to have a Great Day in The Carson Valley on my OHV

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The Carson Valley is such a great place to live.  Moderate Weather, beautiful mountain peaks and as many recreational things to do as I could imagine.

OHV (Off Highway Vehicles)  is my favorite Recreational past time that does not involve a boat on Lake Tahoe.  And the Pine nut mountain range and BLM land to the East of The carson valley is an endless playground for such an activity. Roads, trails, desert landscape and on occasion a glimpse at a wild horse as they graze in the Nevada Wild landscape.

The Carson Valley Trail association recently opened the Pinyon Trail, a new trail for horses, Mountain Bikes and people to hike on the South East of the Valley.

So it got me thinking, what are the best OHV trails in the area? Where are all the trails at? If I had a client that just moved here where would they find the local areas to ride their OHV. So here is a general list of Trail area in the region for OHV with directions.

The China Springs Trail

Directions: From: Gardnerville, NV 1) Take US-395 south about 7 miles 2) Turn right on China Springs Rd. (FS-690), continue about .2 miles. 3) Look for e97105329ec144c4b6808733f6592930large turnout on the right, park/stage here 4) To hit the trail, veer right on Horseshoe Bend Rd. (the road behind the tree that heads southwest, not the sharp right that heads up the hill) 5) The road proceeds past a few houses on the left then over the ridge.  Trail Map

Gardnerville Ranchos Gravel Pits Trail

Directions: From:  From Junction 395 take Hwy 88 S for about 5 miles, turn left on Kimmerling Way 3) Go 2 miles on Kimmerling Way, turn right on Tillman Ln. 4) Go about 1 1/4 mile on Tillman Ln., veer left on dirt road, staging area will be on the right.  Trail Map

Genoa Peak Trail

Directions: From: Carson City, NV 1) Take 395 S. about 13 miles 2) Turn onto Hwy 88 S., continue 2 miles 3) Turn right (west) on SR 207, continue 11.5 miles 4) Turn right (north) on N. Benjamin Dr., continue 1.5 miles (N. Benjamin Dr. turns into Andria Dr.) 5) Staging area will be on your left.  Trail Map

Johnson Lane Trail

Directions: From: Carson City, NV 1) Take 395 south about 10 miles 2) Turn left (east) on Johnson Lane, continue about 4 miles. 3) Paved road will turn to dirt, continue about 100 yards 4) Stage here.  Trail Map   also out off Johnson Lane The  Sunrise Pass RD

Mt. Seigel OHV Trail

Directions:  From: Carson City, NV 1) Take 395 South approx 20 miles 2) Turn left on Pinenut Rd. and continue approx 1 1/4 miles 3) Veer right at the fork and continue another 3/4 of a mile on Pinenut Rd. 4) Turn left just before the fairgrounds and continue about 1/4 mile to the staging area. 5) Staging area will be on your left, and is clearly visible from the road. (Note: If you see the fairgrounds on your right or you come to a dead end, you’ve missed your final left turn.)  Trail 

Old Sheep Ranch

Directions:  From: Carson City, NV 1) Take I-395 south toward Minden (approx. 15 miles) 2) Turn left (east) on Buckeye Rd. and continue approx. 3 1/2 miles 3) Turn left on E. Valley Rd. and continue approx. 1 mile 4) Turn right on the powerline lined dirt road* (largest double-pole power lines) 5) Stage anywhere along this road – (continue along this same road to the trails).  Trail Map  

Sunrise Pass Trail

The trail starts at the end of Johnson Lane, approximately 3.9 miles east of U.S. Highway 395 in Minden.  Johnson Lane becomes a dirt road and tuns into Sunrise Pass Road.  The road connects to a number of trails.  As you travel, you will pass Painted Rock on your left, approximately 1.9 miles from the end of Johnson Lane.  You can proceed into mountainous terrain at this point of continue along Sunrise Pass Road over Sunrise Pass, which eventually leads to Wellington and Yerington.  For further information and directions, stop by the Carson Valley Visitors Center.
Switchback Mountain 1979 US Hwy 395

Switchback Mountain offers a variety of off road trails.  Please stop in at Topaz Lodge for more information.

 

 


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