Where we make your dreams a reality!
Sidle Construction specializes in high quality Custom Homes, Commercial Structures, Residential and Commercial Remodels, and Multiple Family Dwellings. We are located in Calaveras County, California, and build throughout Calaveras, Amador, and Tuolumne counties.
Established in 1985, we take great pride in our superior craftsmanship, long-term business relationships, and client satisfaction. Over 90% of our business comes from referrals, and we guarantee our work for a full year. At Sidle Construction, we pride ourselves on the high quality of our designs and construction. We stand behind what we build!
Sidle Construction is a full service construction company, ready to assist you throughout the entire building process. Helping you design your dream home, secure financing, create building plans, and obtain all required planning documents and permits are just a few of our many services. Our in-house staff includes a Designer/Draftsman, Construction Foremen, Framers, Finish Carpenters, Painters, Laborers, Office Manager/Bookkeeper, and more. We are licensed (license #473215), bonded, and insured for your safety and peace of mind.
To get an idea of some of the homes we have built view our Custom Homes gallery or have a peek at some of our In Progress construction. When you are ready contact us and we will work to earn your business.
Communities That We Serve
Sidle Construction builds projects throughout the Northern California counties of Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne, including the towns of Angels Camp, Jackson and Sutter Creek. Many of our superior custom built new homes were constructed inside the golf course communities of Greenhorn Creek, Forest Meadows and Blue Lake Springs. If you are unfamiliar with the area, here are some highlights of the areas where we can build your dream home or business:
Amador County enjoys a rich history thanks to California's Gold Rush. Several famous gold mines are located in Amador County, including the Argonaut, Kennedy, and Sutter Mines. Today, Amador County benefits from many popular attractions. Tourism draws visitors to tour the mines and the historic buildings of yesteryear. Wine connoisseurs have discovered the award-winning Shenandoah Valley wine growing region. Quaint country villages feature world-class shopping and dining. In their annual survey, Progressive Farmer named Amador County one of the "Best Places to Live in Rural America."
Jackson is the county seat of Amador County. Jackson's historic downtown features a walking tour, complete with antique shops, museums, historic hotels, and Gold Rush Era cemeteries. Started as a mining camp, Jackson offers a Farmers Market, many fine restaurants, and an annual flea market.
Sutter Creek is named after John A. Sutter, the owner of the mill where the Gold Rush began. Sutter Creek is home to numerous live theater companies. Antique shops, art galleries, and book stores line the quaint downtown streets.
Calaveras County is located in the heart of The Gold Country. Made famous by Mark Twain in his short story The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, Calaveras County is home to caverns, museums, and historic mines, as well as wineries, art galleries, and antique shops. Many outdoor recreational opportunities exist in Calaveras County, including downhill skiing, fishing, boating, golfing, caving, and panning for gold.
Calaveras Golf Course Communities
Calaveras County boasts a number of impressive golf course communities where you will find numerous custom homes designed and built by Sidle Construction.
Located near Angels Camp, Greenhorn Creek Golf Resort boasts an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones II championship golf course. Other amenities include swimming pools, tennis courts, fitness facilities, hiking and walking trails, and two restaurants. CAMPS Restaurant delivers the finest dining experience at lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, while the Patio Grille provides a casual lunch on the patio. Oak studded home sites offer stunning panoramic views of the golf course, New Melones Lake, and the Sierra Nevada foothills.
Forest Meadows Golf Resort, located near the historic village of Murphys, features a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. golf course. Parks, swimming pools, tennis courts, playgrounds, picnic areas, hiking and riding trails, an equestrian center, and a fine dining restaurant are also available. This prestigious gated community is situated at an elevation of about 3000 feet, above the fog and below the heavy snows. Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and near world class ski resorts, building lots offer spectacular views of the Stanislaus River Canyon, golf course fairways, and cedar, pine and oak trees.
Blue Lake Springs, in the picturesque town of Arnold, offers many recreational opportunities, including two lakes, a swimming pool, picnic area, tennis and basketball courts, an outdoor movie theater, a snack bar, and the Snowflake Lodge Restaurant. The Blue Lake Springs Home Owners Association hosts regularly scheduled events, such as card games, potlucks, dances and parties. Some home sites are located on the Sequoia Woods Golf Course and Country Club, and many offer breathtaking one of a kind views.
Tuolumne County is the gateway to Yosemite National Park, and the county has many natural attractions of its own, including skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, camping and rafting. Tuolumne County is also the home of two dog-friendly state parks; an authentic Gold Rush Era business district, including shops, restaurants, and two hotels, can be toured at the Columbia State Historic Park, and the Railtown State Historic Park features steam-powered train rides.