Highway A-15, Graeagle California
530-832-0880 Toll Free: 800-446-5368
You'll find clear air, clean water and breathtaking views at exceptional prices at Gold Mountain. Golf, fish, bike and relax on the Gold Mountain site.
Gold Mountain is a recreational community designed with vision by Talieslin Architects, the continuation of Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural practice established in 1893. Taliesin's semi-custom home design is included with your purchase price. One can custom-home design for as little as $5,000.
Come see for yourself why Gold Mountain was chosen as the site for the 1997 Life Magazine Dream House.
Other Residential and Commercial Real Estate nearby:
(Reno) Century 21 Miner Realty
(Reno) Coldwell Banker Village Realty
(Reno) Doug Ancel and Rosy Rios REALTORS
(Sparks) Ellie Akana, Real Estate Agent
(Graeagle) Gold Mountain
(Reno) Jon Dorn, Real Estate Agent
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06/19 Coming to The Graeagle area
Arden Fair Sacramento CA March30-April18 Open the doors to Arden Fair and step inside. Here you'll find contemporary fashions, jewelry, accessories and brand name merchandise at over 165 specialty stores, plus Nordstrom's, Macy's, Sears, and JC Penney. Arden Fair also has a number of terrific restaurants, everything from fast food to fine dining. And it's completely enclosed, so it's always a comfortable 70 degrees inside no matter what it's like outside.
California Exposition & State Fair Sacramento CA June12-28 The Cal Expo is the site of the California State Fair. All year Satellite Wagering, Waterworld USA, Paradise Island Fun Center and an RV Park are just a few of the features of the Cal Expo.The first State Fair was held in 1854 in San Francisco at the old Music Hall. The fair offered premiums (prizes) for its competitions and included such agricultural exhibits such as 2-inch-long peanuts, 72-pound beets and a 10-pound carrot that was longer than 3 feet. Horseracing was part of that first fair and has continued to be a part of the fair ever since.