At Gray’s Crossing, you’ll live a comfortable, balanced life. This 750-acre property, on the north end of Martis Valley, offers peaceful seclusion from crowds and traffic without a sense of isolation. With hundreds of acres of open space and loads of hiking and biking trails, it will feel like a remote location. Yet it’s anything but, when you realize you’re 1.5 miles from Downtown Truckee with its vibrant shops and restaurants. In fact, Gray’s Crossing is woven into the fabric of this town with the newly constructed Alder Creek Middle School and Truckee Recreation Center in close proximity. Gray’s Crossing sits 7 miles from Northstar California, 13 miles from the North Shore of Lake Tahoe and 14 miles from Squaw Valley. In five minutes, you can drive to trailheads, yoga classes, and your favorite coffee shop. Many of the homesites here border the critically acclaimed Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy championship golf course – The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing. You can celebrate your best shots at PJ’s Grill, but you don’t have to play golf to enjoy Truckee’s finest outdoor dining and the expansive lawn where you are sure to find Tahoe locals of all generations at play. When you live at Gray’s Crossing, you’ll quickly feel connected to the soul of this authentic mountain town.
What will sway your decision in choosing a property? It will be hard to resist the tranquility of the stunning landscape vistas right here. Look out and you’ll see a luxurious golf course and mountain ranges, not power lines. Gray’s Crossing’s utilities were built underground, so they will not obstruct your views or become vulnerable to inclement weather. Look up and you’ll see tall pines, lots of sunshine by day, and the moon and the constellations at night. There are a variety of homesites to choose from where you can build your own Gray’s Crossing mountain dream home. When you do, you can rest assured that you’ll be part of a stable and active Homeowner’s Association. And long term stewardship is provided by The Gray’s Crossing Community Foundation, a 501(c)4 organization that encourages and supports the preservation of property value within the community through activities, community projects and events.
At Gray’s Crossing, it’s more than the creature comforts that will make you feel at home. Our community is committed to preserving the beauty of this land for generations to come. How could we honor this special place steeped in a rich history and a profound attachment to nature? Well, you’ll just have to see. This land has always had an irresistible pull for anyone who has lived here – from Native Americans centuries ago to legendary pioneer Joseph Gray, the founder of Truckee, who settled down as soon as he stepped off a small stagecoach in 1863. Gray’s Crossing has been a crossroads and gathering place for generations in the past. And it will continue to connect those drawn to this amazing place. Today, it rests in the care of its property owners. And we are proud to help it thrive.