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New Housing Development Coming To Caughlin Ranch


HomeCrafters RenderingPine Bluff is a new housing development from HomeCrafters coming to Caughlin Ranch. The new neighborhood will be located in the foothills between Evergreen, Seasons and Eaglesnest.

The site for development is over 26 acres and will feature 43 modern, semi-custom homes on lots approximately 1/3 acre and above.

Troy and Travis Means, the brothers behind HomeCrafters, will celebrate the companies 20th year in business this year. HomeCrafters has built up several other neighborhood developments in Caughlin Ranch, including Pinehaven.

“With Pine Bluff, we wanted to introduce a neighborhood that has a modern feel, yet fit within the Caughlin Ranch lifestyle,” said Troy Means. “Pine Bluff will be on one of the last remaining parcels of land in the Caughlin Ranch area. It is very special for us to be able to build in a community where Travis and I grew up.”

Dickson Realty has been the real estate company for Caughlin Ranch since its inception, and currently sells more than 60 percent of the real estate in Caughlin Ranch, Juniper Hills, and Juniper Ridge. Together, HomeCrafters and Dickson Realty conducted focus groups prior to starting the new housing development project.

“From the feedback we received, we validated that there was a basis for demand in the area,” said Means. “There haven’t been any new neighborhoods built in Caughlin Ranch since the early 2000s. We gained valuable insight on what current homebuyers are looking for and the desirable features to be offered in these homes.”

Pine Bluff home prices are expected to start in the $700s. Jerry Gloss & KGA Studios from Boulder, Colo, is designing the homes.

For information, visit http://www.Pinebluffreno.com or contact Larissa Osborne with Dickson Realty at 775-848-6579.

Erin Meyering
Erin Meyering
Erin Meyering is the Communications Specialist at Carson Tahoe Health. She previously worked as the Associate Editor of edible Reno-Tahoe magazine. After graduating from the Reynolds School of Journalism in 2014, she avidly pursued making writing and designing her career. On top area freelancing, she enjoys spending time doing yoga and hiking with her 75-lb lab/boxer mix, Biscotti.