• stremmel house

  • inside out. outside in.

     
  • art meets life. life meets art.

     

stremmel house

Architectural Record’s “House of the Year” and ranked by Architectural Digest’s AD 100 as one of the world’s great buildings, the Stremmel House is Nevada’s premier contemporary work of art. It is perched 1,000 feet above Reno, Nevada on a sage and wildflower-covered peak rising up against the eastern wall of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Facing east, one is far above the city’s flickering evening lights, and eye level with airplanes as they approach Reno-Tahoe International Airport in the distance. As the Anitra Drive gate opens, residents and visitors wind gently uphill past homes designed by Will Bruder, Ricardo Legorreta and others. The Stremmel House invites a clear 360 degree view of the Great Basin valley floor, surrounding mountains and sky.


Features

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  • 6,515 square feet
  • Four ensuite bedrooms
  • Five full and two ½ baths
  • Lap Pool
  • Loft/library
  • Guest suite
  • 9.3 acres on the region’s most architecturally significant street
  • Drought resistant landscaping
    Mature trees and indigenous plantings
  • Annual property taxes: $12,803.16
  • Schools: Huffaker Elementary, Pine Middle School, Galena High School

 

 

Contemporary architecture speaks to our life and times.  Dynamic, exhilarating spaces to work and live in not only cause the spirit to soar, but they help us live a fuller human life.

-Peter Stremmel

the architect

Mark Mack began his career in 1978 in northern California as part of the partnership of BATEY&MACK. He established his own firm, MACK Architect(s), in San Francisco in 1985, and gained further recognition for his firm’s modern and colorful designs of residences, restaurants, commercial showrooms and cultural institutions. In 1993 MACK Architect(s) moved to its current home in Venice Beach in Southern California.

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22836MACK Architect(s) projects have been published in hundreds of national and international journals including Progressive Architecture, Architectural Record, Global Architecture, Casa Voghue, Abitare and Hauser, and Architectural Digest. In addition, MACK Architect(s) work has been included in many exhibitions worldwide and enjoys recognition for its blend of architecture purity and humanizing atmosphere of color and materiality.
As principal designer, Mack’s typographical approach to design has always been informed by his academic interests and practice. Since 1993, he has been a Professor of Architecture at the School of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA. He was previously Professor of Architecture at the Univeristy of California, Berkeley, and has been a member of the visiting design faculty at Harvard University, Rice University, University of Chicago, and Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC). Mack was co-founder and editor of Archteype Magazine and has contributed numerous articles to such journals as the Harvard Architecture Review and Progressive Architecture.

the interior designer

Terry Hunziker Inc. is a Seattle based interior design firm specializing in high end residential and commercial projects both national and international in scope. Hunziker began his studies at Washington State University as an art history major, eventutually ending at the University of Washington in Seattle, studying architecture and interior design.

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Following a thirteen year apprenticeship with the northwest’s legendary Jean Jongeward, Hunziker founded his own firm in 1984. Since 1990 he has been listed in Architectural Digest’s “AD 100” guide to the world’s finest interior designers each time it has been published. His projects have been featured not only in Architectural Digest, but also House and Garden, the New York Times, Elle Decoration, Interior Design Magazine, Town & Country, Metropolitan Home and many others.

reno living

Welcome to Reno, where the High Sierra meets the Great Basin.

Etch these two things into your memory.

Golf

Golf

University of Nevada quad

University of Nevada quad

One. There are four distinct seasons to be experienced in this beautiful region. Within 90 minutes of your doorstep are 17 alpine and Nordic ski resorts, 45 golf courses, a myriad of lakes, rivers, and far more hiking and biking trails than one could ever count. But let’s say you prefer a telephoto lens to a fishing line. To the west, the Sierra mountains beckon  you to Lake Tahoe, home of some of the world’s bluest waters, most beautiful peaks and FannyBridge, the spot where the Lake begins emptying snow runoff into the Truckee.

Meandering down the mountain, the clear, cold Truckee runs through Reno and ends in the stark desert beauty of Pyramid Lake, home to American white pelicans and Lahontan cutthroat trout, about 10 minutes to the northeast. To the south, are low lying hills through which the new I-580 winds its way to Carson City, Nevada’s picturesque capital, South Lake Tahoe, and on down the eastern edge of the Sierra to Yosemite, Mammoth and southern California.  To the north, Peavine Mountain anchors rolling hills and stunning sunsets in the distance. Across the valley, beyond the cities of Reno and Sparks, the Virginia Range stretches south to north, where the Truckee River cuts through. The sun and moon rise from out there, also at eye level.
Two. It is a small world. The airport, university, downtown, and virtually all local destinations are within 20 minutes of your door. There are two major medical centers, including the premier children’s center between Salt Lake City and San Francisco. Lake Tahoe is 25 to 45 minutes away, depending on whether you’re visiting the north or south shore. Every western city is a short plane ride away.

Drone lab

Drone lab

Reno is moving at light speed to become one of America’s most dynamic entrepreneurial and start-up tech cities, as evidenced by companies like Microsoft Licensing, Apple, Tesla and Switch SuperNAP who now call The Biggest Little City in the World home. Reno’s recent business success has been reported in major newspapers around the country and in media outlets such as Entrepreneur and Bloomberg. Nevada has no personal or corporate income tax. Nor does the state impose estate tax, gift tax or franchise tax. 

Nevada has the lowest state income tax burden in the nation and ranks third nationally for business climate, including income, sales and property taxes, and unemployment insurance taxes. The state also boasts a history of favorable laws for trust situs purposes.

For more Information:

edawn.org
reno.gov

 

Nevada Museum of Art

Nevada Museum of Art

The Nevada Museum of Art, Reno Chamber Orchestra and Reno Philharmonic Orchestra lead the way culturally in Reno, but dozens of music, theater, dance, visual art and literary organizations, and Burning Man, just 110 miles north, create both incredible variety and depth. And on a sprawling hill just north of downtown, the University of Nevada, one of America’s top teaching and research universities, sits, as do the National Judicial College, the Desert Research Institute and the Nevada home of the Davidson Institute.

For More Information:

nevadaart.org Nevada Museum of Art
renochamberorchestra.org Reno Chamber Orchestra
renophil.com Reno Philharmonic Orchestra
burningman.org
renoisartown.com Artown (July 1-31 arts festival)
unr.edu University of Nevada, Reno

 

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Email Us

Kathie Bartlett

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Dickson Realty
Luxury Portfolio
775.741.5675(m)
kathie@kathiebartlett.com


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Bio

Kathie has more than a decade of extensive experience in the luxury market. She also thoroughly enjoys assisting people new to the region discover all that Reno has to offer. As a member of the Dickson Team, she embraces the philosophy of the professional, yet personal approach to selling real estate.

Her background in design and staging, and her ability to see the possibilities in a particular property make her a valuable asset to any real estate transaction.


Memberships & Affiliations
Kathie has also provided leadership, time and resources to numerous community organizations and projects in the arts, education, health and human services for more than 30 years. Her strong commitment to the community is reflected in her memberships and affiliations:

  • Member, Northern Nevada Board of Realtors
  • Member, National Association of Realtors
  • Board Trustee, KNPB

  • Past Chair and current Board Trustee,
    Nevada Museum of Art
  • Board Trustee, Lake Tahoe Summerfest
  • Advisory Board Member,
    Community Foundation of Northern Nevada
  • Advisory Board, Holland Project
  • Past Chair, Nevada Arts Council
Recipient
  • Governor’s Arts Award for Service to the Arts
  • Sierra Arts Foundation Award
    for Sustained Excellence in Support of the Arts
  • Truckee Meadows Human Services Assoc. Board Member of the Year
  • Child Assault Prevention Project
    Professional of the Year

 

  • “In a sense, this house is the culmination of ideas I have nursed through in other houses.
    Here you can just see them clearly.”

    Mark Mack, ArchitectSan Francisco Examiner Magazine, May '97
  • “We all had in mind a minimal furniture statement.
    The owners wanted an uncluttered interior that respected the architecture without being completely deferential.”

    Terry Hunziker, ADArchitectural Digest, December '95
  • “In most houses, you tend to gravitate to one or two rooms after a while.
    But we use every bit of this house.”

    Peter StremmelArchitectural Record, April '96
  • “Although large at 7,000 square feet, the house makes as little a mark as possible on the nine acres of fragile desert that surround it.”

    Susan Doubilet and Daralice BolesAmerican House Now, '97
  • “…we learned exactly how the sun would come in at every time of day, and in every season.
    It really helped us to see where walls and windows would be placed most effectively.”

    Turkey Stremmel on Mark Mack's Sun SimulatorReno Magazine, Jul/Aug '06