Situated amidst extraordinary natural beauty and abundant conveniences, Rancharrah is a 141-acre master-planned community that promises to be one of Reno’s most prestigious new addresses. Deeply rooted in a colorful history, Rancharrah exudes true elegance, from the iconic 30,000 sq. ft. mansion to the state-of-the-art equestrian center. Future planned boutiques and restaurants promise to seamlessly blend timeless traditions with exquisite modern living. Rancharrah is a place where you can feel appreciated, comfortable and relaxed, all while enjoying the best that Reno has to offer.
Upon completion, Rancharrah will offer the ultimate destination with everything you need, all just outside your front door. Rancharrah's crown jewel, the iconic 30,000 sq. ft. Harrah Mansion, will be transformed into the Club at Rancharrah—a vibrant community hub and events center designed specifically for recreation, relaxation and social gatherings. Here residents will enjoy superb dining, a fitness center, spa treatments, classes and a host of activities and premier amenities. Boutique shopping and dining will be found near the community's entrance and streets will be adorned with cozy outdoor seating and charming gas lamps. Rancharrah's 52,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art Equestrian Center is a world-class indoor riding and stable facility that is home to a variety of equestrian events. A 1.5 mile trail system will weave throughout the community, easily linking residents to the facilities and to the adjacent Bartley Ranch and Anderson Park Trail.
Rancharrah enjoys a rich and glamorous history. Originally owned by Norman Biltz, known as "The Duke of Nevada," the estate was called "Gentlemen's Ranch" and earned the nickname "Camelot" before being sold to visionary Bill Harrah in 1957. Renamed Rancharrah, the estate featured a spectacular main house, an equestrian facility, a lake and abundant pastures and open spaces. Throughout the years, Rancharrah hosted many high-profile guests and celebrities including Red Skelton, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and various presidents and notable dignitaries. For nearly six decades, the property remained within the Harrah family until acquired by Reno Land Development, Co. in 2015.