Archives for March 2018
Elegant Craftsman Style custom home in the extraordinary Job’s Peak Ranch gated community along the foothills of Carson Valley. This home will capture your heart and soul with its lush setting of wooded sprawling lawns and year-round creek. Savor the scents of pines, quaking aspens and the sights and sounds of wildlife in your backyard. You’ll become aware that you are in an incredibly special place when approaching the front entry with its stone pillared grand entry & granite boulder waterfall feature.
The grand living room features floor to ceiling windows, soaring 25′ ceilings and a 22′ granite fireplace. A built-in media center in the step- down family room adjoins the beautifully equipped kitchen with 9’x5′ granite island and separate Butler’s Pantry. The Master Suite wing is designed for the ultimate in privacy featuring His and Hers bathrooms adjoining 2 respective office/hobby suites. Upstairs are 3 en suite bedrooms and separate room for hobbies, gym or play room. Picture windows capturing the majestic Job’s Peak and park-like backyard views provide a most tranquil setting.
Additionally, there is a 1200 square foot apartment that is fully equipped for your guests or extended family housing 2 bedrooms, bathroom, full size kitchen and living room with stone fireplace! Located within 30 minute drive to Lake Tahoe and 50 minutes to Reno International Airport. Incredible world class recreation including golf, skiing, fishing, water sports, trails and soaring. Costco, Trader Joe’s, entertainment and dining.
Address: 281 Tigerwood Ct
Baths: 6 plus 2 half
Square Feet: 7,085
Year Built: 2003
With all of the snow we’ve been getting lately, it’s hard to believe that Spring is just a few shorts weeks away. Of course, Spring is just a name, and we all know we can get snow in this Valley as late as Mother’s Day. Still, there are things we can do in the garden to prepare for the growing season. If you didn’t do it last month, make sure to prune your fruit trees and shrubs – you’ll
want to get this done before things start budding out. There’s also still time to spray your trees and shrubs with dormant oil to tackle any bugs that have been overwintering in them. Have
a look around your yard and garden for weeds that might be starting to pop up – try to pull them while they’re small and before they really start to take hold. Make sure you use a pre-emergent now too if you didn’t do so in February.
March is also an exciting time in the garden because it’s very possible you might be able to start planting. Once the soil is workable, you can start planting your favorite cool-season crops straight in the ground. Think carrots, peas, lettuce, cabbage, onions, and more! Make sure to amend all of your garden beds with some compost or fertilizer to give your plants the extra boost they need to grow strong and healthy. For more information on what you can do in March, including separating and replanting bulbs, be sure to visit Greeenhouse Garden Center in Carson City.