Fiddletown Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Search the newest Fiddletown homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! Formerly known as Oleta, CA from 1878 to 1932, the census-designated place now known as Fiddletown is a small farming community that's ideally positioned right in the middle of Northern California's wine country. Located 6 miles off of historic Highway 49 and only 3 miles from the Shenandoah Valley and all its fabulous wineries, home owners already living in Fiddletown couldn't ask for a better place to call home. And because you'll also be just under an hour from Sacramento once moving to the Fiddletown area, everything our state capital has to offer will only be a short car ride away as well.

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

Homes for Sale in Fiddletown Amador County

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Are you buying or selling a home in Fiddletown soon? Call the Gold Country Modern Real Estate team 209-425-4700. Our community of Amador County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Fiddletown housing market.

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Fiddletown Real Estate

As you might expect from a town that only spans 4.6 square miles, the housing landscape in Fiddletown likely won't have the broadest inventory of listings available to potential home buyers. The few homes you will find active on the Middletown real estate market, however, mostly all offer a quiet country setting while providing ample living space to fit the needs and wants of just about any home buyer out there interested in moving to the area. Outside of existing single-family homes, chances are you might also come across a number of opportunities to purchase land in Fiddletown, which typically range from just a few acres to a sprawling 10+ acre parcel that's ideal for growing grapes or other agricultural uses. 

Living in Fiddletown CA

Like most Amador County communities, the city of Fiddletown is quite limited when it comes to population and total area. Across its 4.6 square miles, just 235 people call this unassuming small town home, which is most comparable to Volcano, CA—another Amador County town that's also home to only a couple hundred residents. 

Although the streets are now paved, a drive through the middle of Fiddletown almost feels as if you've traveled back in time and are passing through a town in the old west during the mid to late 1800s. As a result of its rather antiquated ambiance, the entire town of Fiddletown has been registered as a California Historical Landmark and it's also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many of the town's original buildings still stand today and outside of some more recently developed homes, paved streets, and of course a few power lines here and there, it's almost as if nothing has changed after all these years.

For information about Fiddletown 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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Fiddletown Neighborhoods
Current Homes for Sale
City # Price Range
Pine Grove 19 $200k - $685k
Pioneer 26 $229k - $1.3m
Volcano 11 $285k - $1000k
Down Country
City # Price Range
Amador City 4 $768k - $1.5m
Fiddletown 16 $429k - $3.0m
Ione 16 $250k - $1.7m
Jackson 26 $265k - $1.5m
Plymouth 3 $337k - $2.2m
Sutter Creek 12 $290k - $2.5m
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