Truckee was originally known as Coburn’s Station and was a very important stop for the Central Pacific Railroad in the late 1800’s, as it was one of the last stops before the imposing Sierra Pass. While much as changed since then, The Town of Truckee has certainly maintained much of its old-time charm. The railroad still bisects Downtown Truckee but now there are variety of restaurants and shopping along with the centuries old architecture. With Truckee’s continued development there is good reason why many people call it home 12 months out of the year. Truckee has all the conveniences expected from a mountain town yet is close enough to the local resorts to make it a very appealing location for first and second homeowners. Additionally, Truckee is just a short 40-minute drive to all of the excitement that Nevada’s “Biggest little City” has to offer.
Truckee Homes for Sale
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