If you haven't been there recently "Check it out".Â New art, new booths and a new attitude. Like a pair of well worn jeans the G and G is nothing but comfort and delivers on atmoshphere and ambiance. Whether you are looking for some good values on vintage wines or some boutique brewed beers on tap, this place delivers. Since the bistro closed its doors a couple of months ago the "G" spot is picking up the slack with their expanded food menu and the anticipation of their hand tossed pizzas in their brand new pizza oven.
Mike Jensen and his wife Jenna are the owners and also residents of Somersett. Check out the interview that was done by the local CBS affiliate KTVN channel 2.
Starting in June on Friday nights the Grape and Grain will be
So many fun events planned for the 2011 year in Somersett.Â Check out our Calendar of Events, but be sure to check back often as there are other events planned throughout the year and we will be updating the calendar as these events are planned.Â
Click Here to check out the events we have planned so far!
Monthly Coffee & Donuts with the Staff, Garage Sales, Wine Tasting, Ladies Martini Night - just a few of the events for 2011.Â
Hope to see you at the club!Â
Somersett Owners Association has switched it's Management company to RMI Management.Â The SOA offices are still located in the Town Square but you must change your payment information as follows:
ASSESSMENT PAYMENTS DURING MANAGEMENT TRANSITION:
If you were having your assessment payments automatically debited from your bank account (ACH Withdrawn) each month by AMI, this will be discontinued immediately.Â With the change in management, RMI Management requires you to complete a new ACH Surepay form with a voided check and return it to The Club at Town Center.Â Once the form is received, the new ACH withdraw will not take effect until March 1, 2011.Â Thus, it is important that you pay your assessment for January and February by sending your payment
"Multiple Offers", that is correct last week 8645 Tom Kite went on the market and had a full price cash offer within hours but lost out to a $40,000 over asking price offer. It was located on the golf course and had some very nice landscaping with great views.What we are seeing in Somersett is if a quality house comes on the market either on the golf course or with a good view it will sell and probably very quickly.
The homes that have had a hard timeÂ selling are the "5700 square footÂ Mc Mansions" that Toll Brothers built on small lots that back up to rock walls. What is the big deal, sure you will have a $600 per monthÂ utility bill and your kids will get some scrapes and bruises from running into the walls, but you did help Toll Brothers stock. The…
|Â||Sunday, October 10, 2010Â -Â 1:00 pm, is a rare opportunity for Local Area Golfers to play Somersett's Private 18-hole Championship Golf Course.Â $60 per player gets you green fees, cart fee, range balls and Closest to the Hole contest on all par 3's.Â Also including brats and beer following golf.
Take advantage of this great opporunity to experience the Somersett community's crown jewel and celebrate Oktoberfest with your friends and nieghbors.Â For non-golfers, join in for the Oktoberfest Celebration with brats and beers for only $10.Â Live music will be provided.Â Â Space is limited so contact Greg Raleigh today at 775-787-1800 ext. 710 and join in for the 2010 Somersett Golf and Country Club Oktoberfest Celebration.
We just listed the biggest model home in Somersett, it is a Toll Brothers home featuring 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 2 half baths and is being sold fully furnished for $725,000. Some of the materials used are stone, slate, rock walls and beautiful slab granite in the kitchen. The appliances are an updgraded commercial GE Monogram series including a sub zero type fridge built in. There isÂ a full blown movie theater with a popcorn machine and plush leather seating. The family/game room overlooks the downstairs living area and has nice views of the Somersett golf course and Peavine Mountain.
Â Be sure and take a look at the virtual tour and see all the furnishings, including pictures and all decorator items. This is a fantastic value and should not last…
After about two years ofÂ being gone they are back, just like a line from the Godfather Three. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in". There is definitely enough demand in Somersett for some new product.Â They will be offering 3 -two story floorplans that will be starting around $329,000 and ranging from 2512 square feet to 2895 square feet. You can already see some sticks in the air on Back Nine Trail, this is the new model for Mountain Crest II.
They are also building a Sonterra floorplan next door and will be doing two single story floorplans and 3200 and 3600 square feet, these homes will start in the upper $300's. They are expecting the model to be up and running sometime in August.
I am hoping these will not be the McMansions that…
Â You probbaly have heard about the approximate 500 earthquakes that hit the Somersett Mogul area just west of Reno. They started in February and ended in May, they were very unsettling to have lived through. Most of the quakes were a magnitude 1 or 2 but on April 25, 2008 there was a 4.7 that hit at 11:40. We had a lot of broken glass and pictures that fell off the wall.
We ended up with about $1000 worth of cosmetic damage to sheetrock and corner beadings. The good thing that came out of this is when Im showing houses in the Somersett area you can see that these homes have been through some serious seismic activity and the majority of the homes have faired very well. Check out the links below forÂ more information on the quakes.