Once featured in Designers West Magazine, this Tudor Revival style home was built in 1934 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was significant for its role in Reno’s community planning and development history and a wonderful example of the Tudor/Cotswold Cottage style of architecture. It is within the broader category of Period Revival and is representing the work of two local master architects, Russell Mills (a draftsman for Frederic DeLongchamps in his early career) and Edward Parsons. Situated in the prestigious, historical Newlands neighborhood, it is within walking distance to downtown/midtown restaurants, coffee, shopping, Truckee River/Riverwalk and all the many special events. Lake Tahoe and ski resorts are only 45 minutes away! Let’s not forget the park-like yard and its magnificent state champion sequoia!
Updated on April 22, 2022 at 12:53 pm