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.



  • 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