About Sierra Park at Quincy

Dreaming of a New Home?


DREAMING OF A NEW HOME? Then live the dream at the all new Sierra Park in Quincy, California. Conceived and designed by Sierra Park Property Development LLC. this 33 home site community will feature new homes at affordable prices.

CHOOSE FROM Four DISTINCT DESIGNS ranging from 3 to 4 bedrooms, Energy Star certified and Solar Electric single and double story homes.

The names of our homes have been derived from the beautiful National Forest area of England, known as the Yorkshire Dales. An area which shares its natural beauty of majestic pines and crystal clear water falls with its American sister, the Plumas National Forest.

(Historical Significance of the Names)

The Malham
Famous for dry stone walling dating back to the 18th Century, and the Malham Beck, a stream which flows through the valley beneath Malham Cove – a limestone amphitheater formed through ice and water erosion during the last 1 million years. Malham is also mentioned in the Doomsday book as ‘malgun.’

The Ingleton
Overlooked by the remains of a Roman settlement. In Norman times, foresters lived and worked in the great forest. Every evening the Bainbridge horn blower sounded the horn to guide the foresters and travellers in the surrounding hills back to the village. The horn, which still hangs today in the local inn is sounded every evening at 10 p.m. There is a river called the River Bain and is the shortest river in England.

The Bainbridge
Dates back to the iron age, and is famous for a waterfall walk. The village streets are narrow and winding. Throughout history the Romans, Vikings, Celts and Normans have left their marks here.

The Helmsley
Helmsley is a market town in the Ryedale District of North Yorkshire dales on the River Rye. Towering over the town is Helmsley Castle dating from 1120. The castle was built by Walter Espec then passed to his son-in-law Robert De Roos. It was held by the descendents of the De Roos family until 1688. Helmsley also has a beautiful five acre walled garden dating back to 1758.