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It’s a piece of the valley. A patch of the forest. And everything on the mountain in between. 

A 1,130-acre tract of land — one that stretches from Old U.S. 395, up the foothills and through bosky St. James’s Village to its western edge — has just entered the market for $50 million. Bryan Drakulich of Drakulich Commercial Partners has the listing.

The property, lying south of the Mount Rose Highway, ranks among the most expensive offerings in Reno in the past two decades, according to Reno Gazette Journal research. 

Interstate 580 splices the property. The western portion can accommodate about 220 homes on at least 1 acre, and that represents the balance of available development sites at St. James’s Village.

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