Fish Springs is an area in Douglas County (mailing addresses are all Gardnerville) that is located in a valley that is just East of a lower elevation ridge (Wildflower Ridge). The area is rural (you will find no sidewalks) and some of the roads are not paved. What makes this area attractive is the rural feeling, larger parcels, great views of the Sierra Nevada peaks as well as the Pinenut Mountain range further to the East, and its close proximity to local amenities such as schools, shopping, and medical. Fish Springs is about 3 miles East of the primary shopping area of Gardnerville. More information on Fish Springs is available from our FAQ section of this page.
This page displays all homes for sale in Fish Springs and is updated every 15 minutes from the Gardnerville MLS.
8.17 Acres, 1.5 Story 2616 Sq. Ft. Engineered Passive Solar Home + a SUPER shop building. NO HOA, NO CC&R. Home first floor features: Exposed beam ceilings, hardwood floors, kitchen / dining / family room combo, adjacent to a separate sunken living room. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and a laundry room downstairs , with plenty of storage on both floors. A finished bonus room between the attached garage and a basement room below. The entire upper level contains the master bedroom & on suite with a jetted garden
BRAND NEW HOME WITH VIEWS SITTING ON 2 ACRES! This space adorned 2,601 sq. ft. new home will impress with granite counters, stainless appliances, engineered tile and hardwood floors. This amazing floor plan offers 4 bedrooms, one upstairs and an office! This home also offers, Hickory cabinets, paint grade doors and trim, a pellet stove, and Anderson 100 windows! This luxury home is surrounded by mountain views with land for horses and ONLY 6.5 miles from down town Gardnerville!
Beautiful custom built Gardnerville home. Large, open layout in the main living area with large kitchen and formal dining area. Dual master bedrooms. Game room downstairs adjoins large master bedroom. Enjoy unparalleled views of the Sierra Nevada’s throughout the home.
How Far is Fish Springs from Gardnerville and Carson City?
Fish Springs is about 3 miles (5 minute drive) from Gardnerville's shopping and other amenities (including brands like WalMart, Smith and Raley's Grocery stores, Starbucks, and other fast food and local restaurants). If you are a chocolate lover, you must try The Chocolate Shoppe by Sweet Images for great taste and friendly owners. Carson City would be an additional 15-20 minute drive North.
Is Fish Springs well suited for horses?
Due to the larger parcels, open space, and easy access to BLM, this area is well suited to horse lovers as well as anyone who wants easy access to trails for horse, motorcycle, or quad riding.
How large are the lots in Fish Springs?
Most lots in Fish Springs will be a minimum of 2 acres with many being 5 - 10 acres.
What utilities are available in Fish Springs?
Being rural, there are limited utilities in this area. All parcels are serviced by private wells, septic tanks, and propane gas. Electricity and phone service is available to the area.
Is Fish Springs close to BLM?
Yes. This area is adjacent to BLM land. You can gain easy access to miles of trails and open space to the East of Fish Springs on the west-facing slope of the Pinenut Mountains and further East into Smith Valley.
Are there flood plains in Fish Springs?
While this area is arid and you are elevated above the floor of the Carson Valley where the Carson River runs, you may be surprised to know that there are designated FEMA flood zones in Fish Springs. These areas defined by "run off" ditches or creeks and are generally dry but are prone to flood during a strong Summer rain in the Pinenut Mountain range. Basically, the water flow off of the Pinenut Mountains going West towards Carson Valley partially includes this area. Ask your CalNeva Realty agent to show you the flood maps to determine if a specific parcel is in the flood zone or not.
Can I build a RV Garage or Workshop on my property?
Detached workshops and RV garages are common in this area. There are some streets/subdevelopments in Fish Springs that do have CCRs so you should thorougly review CCRS, if any, and check with Douglas County's planning department if you plan to build a structure like this in the future.
The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the BROKER RECIPROCITY Program of the Northern Nevada Regional MLS. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than CalNeva Realty are marked with the BROKER RECIPROCITY logo or the BROKER RECIPROCITY thumbnail logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokerage.
The broker providing these data believes them to be correct, but advises interested parties to confirm them before relying on them in a purchase decision.
Listing information last updated on January 19th, 2017 at 3:12pm PST.