Amador City Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Browse the newest Amador City homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! A tiny Amador County community with a population of only around 200 people, Amador City is exactly how you might picture a small town situated deep in California's gold rush country. Originally founded back in 1863 and later incorporated in 1915, Amador City is not only famous for its mining-era history, but also because it's labeled as California's smallest incorporated city in terms of total area. And just in case you're wondering, the Amador City community only encompasses roughly 0.3 square miles. 

For information about Amador City properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Amador County real estate experts today. See all Amador City home listings for sale, or read more information about Amador City Real Estate.

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Looking to buy or sell a home in Amador City soon? Call the Gold Country Modern Real Estate team 209-425-4700. Our community of Amador County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Amador City housing market.

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Amador City Real Estate

Homes for sale in Amador City can be equally as the charming as the city's quaint downtown, often having a unique history of their own. Small bungalows and original cottages can be found all throughout Amador City, while larger newer construction homes with lots of acreage tend to fill out the real estate landscape outside of town and closer to other nearby cities like Sutter Creek and Bunker Hill. 

Outside of its lively and energetic reputation, potential home buyers also love Amador City's convenient location, which is only about a 5 minute drive to either Sutter Creek to the north, or Drytown to the south. And while each of these Amador County cities are also small communities with limitations when it comes to attractions and amenities, downtown Sacramento is less than an hour away, providing locals with all sorts of big city amenities that may not be offered in a place like Amador County. 

Living in Amador City, CA

Located just a short drive from the Shenandoah Valley wine country along Highway 49, Amador City certainly has a lot going on despite its small size and limited population. Every Saturday night during the summer, the city shuts down Water Street and sets up a stage where live music is played and locals get their groove on from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Furthermore, downtown Amador City, CA is also packed with all sorts of cute boutiques, authentic antique shops, and several eateries and cafes, helping make it a great place to visit, even if you're only passing through.

For information about Amador City real estate and homes currently listed on the Amador County MLS®, contact one of our local agents to learn more about what's available or to schedule a private showing at your earliest convenience!

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Current Homes for Sale
Upcountry
City # Price Range
Pine Grove 22 $15k - $799k
Pioneer 36 $24k - $1.3m
Volcano 8 $225k - $1.0m
Down Country
City # Price Range
Fiddletown 12 $235k - $1.1m
Ione 38 $110k - $965k
Jackson 38 $89k - $1.3m
Plymouth 11 $350k - $3.0m
Sutter Creek 21 $159k - $1.5m
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