River Pines Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Find the newest River Pines homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! Although you'd never know it today, River Pines was once a vibrant resort community that Bay Area locals used for either a quick weekend getaway or a full-fledged summer vacation. Cabins were available to rent and the river provided all sorts of water-related activities and outdoor recreation that always kept visitors coming back. Over the years, however, River Pines, along with nearly every other nearby city or town, continued to change and evolve, and now it's recognized by most as little more than a sleepy town located on the outskirts of Amador County.

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

Homes for Sale in River Pines Amador County

River Pines July 31, 2021
4
Listed
24
Avg. DOM
$278.48
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$291,500
Med. List Price
4 Properties

Buying or selling a home in River Pines soon? Call the Gold Country Modern Real Estate team 209-425-4700. Our team of Amador County REALTORS® will help you with the River Pines housing market.

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River Pines Real Estate

With much of River Pines feeling somewhat isolated, home buyers thinking about a move to the area should really appreciate living in a quiet rural setting that's full of nothing but the scenic natural beauty of Northern California. Believe it or not, recent population statistics show that only about 400 people live within the River Pines boundaries, so there are certainly some limitations when it comes to the local real estate market. Small bungalows cottages in town are commonly list for under $100,000, and of the few larger single-family homes or farms you might find available on the MLS, look for prices to be anywhere from $125,000 to $650,000. Regardless if your budget, though, because so many streets in River Pines have such a curvy configuration, lot sizes and property boundaries are usually a bit more expansive than what you may find in other Amador County towns nearby, ultimately giving you, the home owner, a little more privacy and a lot more room to grow!

Living in River Pines CA

Even today, River Pines is classified as a census-designated place that really only has a post office, a general store, and a fire station as part of the "downtown." The city of Fiddletown is only a few short miles to southwest, though, while Plymouth is just a bit further on down Shenandoah Road and is only about a 10 minute drive from River Pines. And while each of these communities are also pretty limited in terms of local amenities, combined they still offer more than what you'll find here in the River Pines area.

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Current Homes for Sale
Upcountry
City # Price Range
Pine Grove 18 $149k - $1.3m
Pioneer 36 $225k - $850k
Volcano 8 $139k - $935k
Down Country
City # Price Range
Fiddletown 8 $429k - $849k
Ione 14 $369k - $2.2m
Jackson 19 $230k - $1.5m
Plymouth 6 $375k - $2.7m
River Pines 4 $245k - $345k
Sutter Creek 20 $399k - $995k
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