Located in the Somersett area lies the picturesque neighborhood of Copper Knolls. With beautiful mountains surrounding the community, each home has a dazzling view to offer residents. The gorgeous scenery is but one of the things to love about the charming community of Copper Knolls.
Single-family homes in the Copper Knolls area average about 2,156 to 2,899 square feet and feature two to four bedrooms. As a community that was built in the early 2000s, it’s a newer development in the Reno area. Homes are located between the Somersett West Park and the Somersett East Park on lots that range from 0.19 to 0.37 acres.
Just minutes from the Copper Knolls neighborhood lies the Somersett Golf and Country Club, where residents can enjoy many amenities and a panoramic view. The nearby parks also offer the neighborhood a ton of green space to explore as well as basketball courts, a playground, and picnic areas.
For anyone looking to explore the boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, and nightlife of Downtown Reno, Copper Knolls is just under 10 miles away. That also means that anyone commuting to Downtown Reno for work only has a 15-minute drive.
Schools serving the students in Copper Knolls include George Westergard Elementary School, B.D. Billinghurst Middle School, and Robert McQueen High School — all a part of the Washoe County School District. The public charter school, Coral Academy of Science, offers an alternative to the Washoe County School District.
Copper Knolls is a tight-knit community that Reno residents love to call home. If you have any questions about what we love about the community or which homes in the neighborhood are currently on the market, contact the David Morris Group. We’re happy to help you begin your home search. Give us a call at (775) 828-3292.