Building in Nevada
At the southern tip of Nevada, you’ll find one of the country’s premier vacation destinations: Las Vegas. However, the entertainment and gambling capital of the world is only a small part of what the Silver State has to offer and why it has become one of the fastest-growing regions of the country. To the north, you’ll find more than 100,000 square miles of unspoiled desert, canyons, mountain peaks, unique towns, and terrain that looks as if it were on another planet. There’s also plentiful affordable land for sale, providing ideal locations for custom-built timber frame homes.
Build your post and beam home in the shadow of a towering peak, in a desert community where the night sky comes alive with starlight, or among the lakes and natural wonders to the west just across the border from California. As a leader in timber frame home design since 1974, Timberpeg offers a wide array of floorplans for cottages, mountain cabins, country estates, and waterfront homes—all in the traditional post and beam style. Work with one of our custom home builder partners to build your post and beam home in western Nevada near Jobs Peak, Lake Tahoe, or Reno. Or you can work with our experienced regional manager who can help connect you with builders and architects in other areas of the state.
Have Sierra Nevada Post & Beam help you achieve your dream of having a timber frame home in the foothills of Jobs Peak, located just a short drive from Reno. Here, you’ll enjoy the tranquility of desert living with easy access to unique hikes and camping under the stars.
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Building your timber frame house outside of Reno means you’ll have easy access to city amenities and be only a short drive from Lake Tahoe and the abundance of charming communities in Nevada and just across the border in California.
The Las Vegas area has more to offer than world-class entertainment, dining, and casinos. Having a custom-built timber frame home built here also provides you with easy access to beautiful natural sites, including the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Charleston Peak, and much more.