St. James Village

View Properties

St. James Village is a private, gated upscale residential community comprising of 1600 acres with a limited 522 custom one-acre+ homesites. This secluded low density master planned community is located in the South Suburban Reno foothills, approximately 30 minutes to the North Shore of Lake Tahoe and about 25 minutes to the Reno Tahoe International Airport. There are two entrances to St. James Village – one coming from Joy Lake Road (through Galena Forest Estates) off Mt. Rose Highway, and the second off the new I-580 highway which leads to Carson City. The homes, comprised of five distinctive neighborhoods (Bennington, The Woods, Edgewood, Ridge Crest, and Timberlake Court) are interspersed amongst mature pine trees and are afforded beautiful views of the mountains, forested landscapes, or east valleys.

Prestigious St. James Village is gated 24-7 and has a security guard present during the days. Amenities include walking and hiking trails throughout the 1600 acre community, security gates/fences, common area maintenance, and snow removal.

Association Fees are $230 per month. (Association fee may change from time to time, please confirm). St. James Village homes for sale currently start at the mid $600k’s to over $2.75 million, for custom homes ranging in size from 3,000sf to over 7,000 sf. Custom homesites, where you can bring your own builder, are still available, ranging from 1.0 acre to 4.0+ acres, and starting at just $100k, on up to over $700k.

The schools zoned for the St. James Village area are Ted Hunsberger Elementary located on Arrowcreek Parkway, Pine Middle School located on Neil Road and Galena High School located just off the Mt. Rose Highway. Within 15-20 minutes of the St James Village subdivision are the Saint Mary’s Urgent Care, Raley’s Shopping Center, Summit Sierra Mall, Century Theaters, South Valley’s Library & Sports Fields – providing options for dining, entertainment, groceries, gas, recreation, shopping, and financial services. For more information, visit: www.stjv.net