Pine Grove Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Explore all of the newest Pine Grove homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! An established community that originally got its start during the peak of the California gold mining and logging industries, Pine Grove is now considered more of a sleepy little town that's nestled deep in the foothills of NoCal wine country. Named after a local lodging inn and restaurant called the Pine Grove House, the city of Pine Grove really started to develop once the town hall was built back in 1877. But despite steady growth, the city never officially incorporated, and today, it's still a census-designated place that's controlled by Amador County.

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

Homes for Sale in Pine Grove Amador County

Pine Grove August 12, 2020
22
Listed
75
Avg. DOM
$234.36
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$434,965
Med. List Price
22 Properties
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Selling or buying a home in Pine Grove soon? Call the Gold Country Modern Real Estate team 209-425-4700. Our team of Amador County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Pine Grove housing market.

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Pine Grove Real Estate

Pine Grove is bordered by the former mining towns of Clinton and Irishtown, and is also home to the historic Indian Grinding Rock State Park, which features replica Miwok Indian village structures, a museum, and plenty of camping sites that continues to draw plenty of tourists in the summer and fall months. As for the local real estate market, many homes for sale in Pine Grove are actually quite impressive, with most featuring a quiet country setting with more than enough living space and plenty of privacy to match. Larger custom-built homes in Pine Grove have been know to reach close to $1 million, while charming little ranch or bungalow style houses in the area typically price just over $100,000. 

Living in Pine Grove CA

As one of the larger communities in Amador County, recent population statistics show over 2,200 people currently call the Pine Grove community home. It's been well-documented that the construction of Highway 88 is really what brought more and more people to the area, making towns like Pine Grove, Pioneer, and Barton much more accessible to both visitors and future residents alike. In addition, its stunning natural scenery and close proximity to a number of different lakes and rivers continues to attract even more potential home buyers moving forward, leaving many to believe this is one Amador County town that isn't quite done growing and evolving just yet. And when you also consider that Sacramento is just a little more than an hour away, you might just find Pine Grove acts as the perfect retreat from the big city without being too far away to also enjoy everything California's capital has to offer.

For information about Pine Grove 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 $230k - $689k
Pioneer 28 $175k - $1.2m
Volcano 11 $312k - $1.1m
Down Country
City # Price Range
Amador City 2 $514k - $999k
Drytown 2 $285k - $599k
Fiddletown 16 $305k - $3.0m
Ione 19 $225k - $675k
Jackson 34 $225k - $1.5m
Plymouth 7 $305k - $2.2m
River Pines 3 $110k - $220k
Sutter Creek 22 $350k - $2.5m
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