|Price/Rent PSF||$ 2,950,000.00|
|SQ. FT. Available||2,400|
Situated at the gateway to the Shenandoah Valley with 600 linear foot of frontage to Shenandoah Road, in the heart of Amardor County and 'Gold Country', approximately 1 mile from the charming town of Plymouth. Plymouth is home to a wide range of traditional stores, bed & breakfasts, and the recently opened boutique, aptly named 'Rest' hotel, and its associated high-end restaurant, 'Eat'. Daily essential retail includes 'The Pokerville Market' a large fully stocked grocery store including a deli counter, pizza oven, and beer, wine & spirit sales. Two gas stations, one of either end of town, and a US postal office provide additional essential services.
Plymouth is located on Hwy 49 , just 2 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area, 1 1/2 hours to Lake Tahoe, and 41 minutes east of Sacramento. Such proximity offers easy access to and from major conurbations and airports, and provides a sharp contrast to the relaxed life on this 215-acre property. Recreation, an established agricultural business, income opportunity and the recent influx of investment into the Shenandoah Vally offer a bright future for appreciation.
Your gateway to the Shenandoah Valley begins at the private gate to this 215 acre ranch and producing vineyard last purchased in 1981, and now offered for sale for the first time in almost 40 years. The property comprises a 2,400 SF 3 bed-2bath home overlooking sun-kissed rolling hills and the established 33 acre deer-fenced vineyard. Improvements include two ponds, three well pumps, cattle crazing areas, a barn and a secluded home compound situated on a flat-topped wooded hill affording seclusion and privacy amongst the Oak trees. A 1/2 mile private gravel road gracefully winds from the front electric gate off Shenandoah Road, through woodland to the home and barn. Breathtaking views of the valley rolling out across the horizon make this property a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of the California's rich history. Records show the land was settled first by Miwok Native Americans, and later in the gold rush era, the Shenandoah Gold Mine was established at the property. The old mine shaft still provides a glimpse into the past as do the various mining artifacts and relics from days- gone-by, which can be found near and around the gold mine entrance.
The buyer of the property has an immediate home and income from the 33-acre vineyard. There is plenty of land to expand production and 600 linear foot of frontage along Shenandoah Road, offering development potential.