Granite Springs

Granite Springs, NV

 

A snapshot of Granite Springs: 

Residences 38

Gated Entrance No

Private Homeowners Beach No

HOA No                                                                             

CC&R Yes

 

What You Need to Know About Life in Granite Springs, Nevada 

Located along a few quiet streets in the southern portion of Kingsbury Grade is the elite neighborhood of Granite Springs. It's a small collection of homes that feature large lots, new upgrades, and plenty of privacy. Many offer amazing views of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range while all feature majestic pine trees and lots of open space.

 

People move to Granite Springs when they are desiring a luxurious home with views of nature while also wanting to be close to the bustling nightlife that Lake Tahoe towns are known for. When you buy a home in Granite Springs, you're close to all the action but far enough away to have peace and tranquility whenever you need it.

 

Heavenly Ski Resort, Edgewood Golf Course, Zephyr Cove Resort, and several casinos, restaurants, and shops are nearby for your enjoyment. Whether you're seeking a night out on the town or a day filled with outdoor adventures, the perfect Nevada weather and close to nearly everything fulfills your every wish.

 

Living in Granite Springs allows you to complete your everyday tasks with ease as well. There's a post office, bank, grocery store, fitness facility, and park right just minutes away. If you need to get some big shopping done, a quick trip into nearby Carson City will have just what you need. The commute to work or running errands is a breeze since Granite Springs is conveniently located near several major highways.

 

The neighborhood is ideal for both professionals and families. Professionals will appreciate coming home to the seclusion of the area after a long day at work while families will love the excellent school district and numerous outdoor activities. The school district is one of the best in the state, and over half of the students in the area go on to college after graduating from high school.