Greg Lynn Construction
 

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Work belts heavy with wisdom
Welcome to the Carson Valley. And Minden. And Gardnerville. Welcome to a part of the world where nature takes center stage. Enjoy the show as storms pile up on the Sierra while you enjoy your front-row seat cozily ensconced next to a cracking fire.

Rain Shadow Ranch
The name came easy. When storms pile up on the Sierra, you can sit back with a front row seat in Carson Valley and watch nature spill her wares on the crest. It makes for a nice show, especially when it coincides with Sunday afternoons and crackling fires. As for the “ranch” part, this stretch of land was once the Gansberg Ranch and more recently the RA Aloha Arabians horse ranch.

Fish Springs.

 

Pleasantview (Phases 5-9).

 

Pleasentview Phase 10.

In a precious corner of a valley that holds some of the most breathtaking panoramas one could ever dream of is Pleasantview, with Phase 10 coming June 2012.


Fish Springs.

5 acre home sites with remarkable views. Lots back up to BLM land and look onto the irrigated fields at the site of the historic Finch Ranch.


Pleasantview (Phases 5-9).

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Custom Homes

Our convictions and our talents follow us wherever we go, from neighborhoods to those special stretches of land that were made for you and your dream home. When you find that special place, you need a builder who uses a masterful hand on all that is needed to make reality of your dream.


Custom Homes

Homes that embrace form, function and convenience are homes that transcend trends and styles and that bypass those superficial touches that are cute one day and passé the next. These are homes that age well with you. A student of the neo-craftsman style, Greg Lynn strives for homes that are “light and bright” and that display the collaborative talents of architects and builders. While building homes that are fundamentally different, Greg taps into a variety of styles and methods, his homes consistently reflecting the relationship between structure and style. He is also adamant in his belief that plans are the backbone of well-crafted homes and that everybody should be present at the table to discuss those plans. As Greg sees it, that’s what spells the difference between building another house and making a dream home.