Jackson Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Explore the newest Jackson homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! The city that's now known as Jackson, California today has re-invented itself several times throughout its rich history, having once been called all of the following names at one point in time: Botilleas, Botilleas Spring, and Botellas. Now acting as the county seat of Amador County, however, it's unlikely we'll see another name change any time soon. Easily accessible via State Road 49 and State Road 88, a number of neighboring communities are all just a few minutes away from Jackson, including Martell, Scottsville, and Bonnefoy.

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

Homes for Sale in Jackson Amador County

Jackson November 22, 2019
42
Listed
105
Avg. DOM
$260.85
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$462,650
Med. List Price
42 Properties
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Looking to purchase a home in Jackson soon? Call the Gold Country Modern Real Estate team 209-425-4700. Our community of Amador County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Jackson housing market.

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Jackson Real Estate

Like most small towns in Amador County, real estate here features a range of options, from modular and ranch-style homes to traditional two-stories and nicely-sized farm houses with oodles of open land included.

If affordability is high up on your list of demands, plenty of Jackson, CA homes list for under $100,000, while some of the area's largest, most desirable homes usually top out around $600,000. And because of its rural setting, open parcels, farm land, and former mining sites are also commonly listed on the Jackson real estate market as well, just in case you're looking to build your new dream home from the ground up.

Living in Jackson CA

The city of Jackson was originally named after Colonel Alden Jackson and first started to be developed back in 1848, right around the time when American pioneers first discovered gold in the area. Inevitably, Jackson met the same fate as every other town or community that relied on the gold mining industry, though, and many of its early residents packed up and left town when the U.S. government passed the War Production Board Limitation Order, which limited the mining industry altogether. 

Several Jackson, CA buildings have been added to the National Register of Historic Places, including Amador County Hospital, Saint Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, and the Grace Blair, House and Indian Museum. Other points of interest in town no doubt include Jackson's historic main street, the Jackson Rancheria casino and hotel, and plenty of outdoor recreational attractions that involve hiking, camping, and even underground cave tours.

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Current Homes for Sale
Upcountry
City # Price Range
Pine Grove 39 $249k - $699k
Pioneer 73 $75k - $1.5m
Volcano 22 $150k - $1.3m
Down Country
City # Price Range
Amador City 4 $335k - $1.8m
Drytown 2 $269k - $425k
Fiddletown 16 $189k - $2.9m
Ione 60 $96k - $2.0m
Jackson 42 $239k - $2.9m
Plymouth 8 $469k - $3.0m
Sutter Creek 41 $240k - $1.4m
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