Saddlehorn is a custom home development located in South Suburban Reno south of Arrowcreek Parkway extending to the Mt. Rose Highway. Lot sizes range from 1/3 acre up to 1+ acres. There are a total of ___ lots within the development, of which only __ remain undeveloped. This upscale community boasts beautiful views of Mt. Rose and expansive open spaces. There are walking trails, a community park and gorgeous landscaping. Every home is unique and meet the architectural development standards set forth by the Association. Below is a map of Saddlehorn.
Amenities and Features
Community amenities include extensive common areas, walking trail, a community entrance sign and a community park. Homeowner dues pay for the common area maintenance, the park upkeep, the signage, etc.
The homeowner’s association (HOA) is responsible for maintaining all the common areas within the development and certain assets, such as the front entrance sign, emergency access fire roads, walking trails, the community park, etc. The Association is managed by a professional management company. There is a Board of Directors that meets no less than quarterly to address community issues, review the financial reports and approve contracts. The Board is also responsible for establishing fines and collection policies, enforcing the CC&R’s and addressing complaints by the homeowners. Copies of the By Laws, CC&R’s & other governing documents are available by clicking on the links below.
Current HOA Facts
Professionally Managed By:
GastsonWilkerson, Valerie Hand, Community Manager
4751 Caughlin Parkway, Suite B
|HOA Recurring Dues||$130/Quarter|
|Board of Directors||Five (5) Board Members with staggered terms|
|Director at Large||David Penning|
Please click on the links below for governing documents
Architectural Control Committee Guidelines