Chambers Field Real Estate
Chambers Field is a close-in collection of neighborhoods east of Highway 88 and South of 395, west of the much larger subdivision known as the Gardnerville Ranchos. This area was historically used as ranching lands and dairies, but in recent years has been developed into small master-planned neighborhoods among the remaining rural sections. Those residing in Chambers Field enjoy incredible year around views of the Sierra Nevada mountains and panoramic views of ranching and agricultural fields. Within Chambers Field, there are several subdivisions, each with their own style, feel and characteristics.
Pleasantview was the first of the neighborhoods built in this area and it features mature landscaping. Most homes are located on 1/3 acre lots, many have enclosed RV parking as part of the home, with very upscale interior finishes. After Pleasantview was developed, Silveranch was developed immediately adjacent to Pleasantview. There are two styles of lots in Silveranch, some are as small as a quarter acre, and some are on as much as an acre. These homes also feature upgraded interiors and desirable architectural designs.
Most recently, Rocky Terrace, Cedar Creek and Rainshadow Ranch are three new subdivisions currently available for sale. Rocky Terrace has 1/3 acre lots priced very competitively and is a great place to build if you want to work with your own plan and your own builder. Cedar Creek is a gate-guarded development with small lots, a clubhouse with gym, and a mile of walking trails. The development is intended for ‘lock & go’ owners who don’t want the hassle of maintaining a large parcel of land. Rainshadow Ranch is the newest subdivision to take flight in Chambers Field. Greg Lynn Construction is the builder for Rainshadow Ranch and he is building ‘off the grid’ homes. The homes feature solar cells which operate the home without the need for traditional utilities (most of the time), creating a very environmentally friendly carbon footprint. The lots are approximately half an acre and are also available for sale.
These neighborhoods are close to town services, offer easy access to Lake Tahoe and other surrounding recreational areas.
If you are considering moving to the Carson Valley area, the Chambers Field area is definitely a neighborhood you should consider.