GARDNERVILLE, NEV. — Just a few miles down Kingsbury Grade at the southern end of Lake Tahoe, the Buffalo Creek Ranch sprawls over 34 acres at the base of the Easter Sierra. The property is listed at $15.5 million.
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Buffalo Creek Ranch represents over 11 years of investment from owners Dave and Susan Semas. As a former developer, builder, and engineer, Dave Semas developed the expanse of Buffalo Creek Ranch to include a 3,100 square foot Tuscan style ranch house, entertainment venue, guest cabins, workshops, train station depot, railcar poker room, two creeks, pastures, waterfalls, fruit orchards, and award winning vineyards, all surrounded by the oldest stand of Aspen trees in the state of Nevada.
“It’s been a labor of love to say the least,” Semas said, “But it’s time to turn over the reins to another passionate buyer.”
The property is listed with the worldwide farm and ranch division of Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty (SSIR).
“Buffalo Creek Ranch is loaded with potential, it offers a great opportunity for someone with an open mind and some creativity to carry on the legacy started by Dave and Susan Semas,” SSIR broker Vince Scott said. “The property is listed internationally but we see it as the ideal opportunity for a California buyer seeking to purchase a substantial property in the tax-friendly state of Nevada.”
Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty has office locations in the Lake Tahoe area including Squaw Valley, Incline Village and Zephyr Cove. The offices enable sellers and buyers to find representatives experienced in offering exceptional homes in the areae.
Since the founding of the Sotheby’s auction house in 1744, the Sotheby’s name has earned renowned recognition as a marketer for many of the world’s most valuable and prestigious possessions. The Sotheby’s International Realty organization began in 1976 to provide clients estate disposition services and representation of extraordinary luxury real estate throughout the world.
For more information visit sierrasothebysrealty.com or call one of the offices: (Squaw Valley) 530-581-1800; (Incline Village) 775-832-4900; (Zephyr Cove) 775-588-7710.