Shenandoah Valley Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Find all of the newest Shenandoah Valley homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! The Shenandoah Valley in Northern California is designated an American Viticulture Area that stretches into both Amador County and the neighboring El Dorado County as well. Although most people now associate the Shenandoah Valley with some of the largest and highest-quality wineries in the entire country, much of the area has a rich and unique history that initially got its start during the California Gold Rush. Today, Shenandoah Valley's gold mines are now considered ancient history as far as the locals are concerned, and the region's expansive and countless vineyards are now the primary focus of so many who either live in the area, or just plan to visit.

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

Homes for Sale in Shenandoah Valley Amador County

Shenandoah Valley February 21, 2018
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$506.49
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$649,900
Med. List Price
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Selling or buying a home in Shenandoah Valley soon? Call the Gold Country Modern Real Estate team 209-425-4700. Our team of Amador County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Shenandoah Valley housing market.

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Shenandoah Valley Real Estate

Much like in Plymouth, most homes for sale in the Shenandoah Valley are highly desirable, offering a distinct country feel that embraces this unique and attractive location. Views of the vast rolling hills and seemingly endless vineyards make for a picturesque setting, and despite feeling a little isolated from other nearby communities, remember that Sacramento is still only about an hour drive away. Homes with lots of acreage and even vineyards are commonly listed on the Shenandoah Valley real estate market, but look for these to be among the most expensive properties currently available.

Living in Shenandoah Valley CA

Shenandoah Valley acts as the westernmost region within the Sierra Foothills, which is precisely what makes it such an ideal place to produce grapes. It's low elevation and steadily warm temperatures provide perfectly ripe fruit that allows for full-bodied, high-alcohol wines that enable this particular part of Amador County to widely be considered the heart of wine country. 

Positioned directly northeast from the city of Plymouth, most homes for sale in the area actually have a Plymouth address, which is fine with most home buyers considering a move to beautiful Amador County. While many small towns and communities throughout the region have little to nothing going on, Plymouth is quite the opposite. Boasting a historic downtown with plenty of shopping, dining, and lodging, this is one Amador County community that always seems to be buzzing with activity. And because it's also considered the "gateway to the Shenandoah Valley," you're also never too far away from the dozens of wineries that help make this a one-of-a-kind place to call home.

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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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