Volcano Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Browse the newest Volcano homes for sale & real estate listings in Amador County, CA below! Named for being situated in a bowl-shaped valley that early miners and residents felt was formed by a volcano, the city of Volcano, CA is probably one of the more unique places in all of Amador County. It wasn't until around 1852 that the town of Volcano really started to develop and within just a few years, gold mining in the area really took off and there were more than 300 homes, 11 shops, 6 hotels, 3 taverns, and several other local service establishments scattered throughout the city limits. However, by the late 1960s, gold started to run dry and Volcano met a similar fate that other Amador County towns experienced and many residents at the time left town in search of better mining.

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

Homes for Sale in Volcano Amador County

Volcano July 31, 2021
9
Listed
43
Avg. DOM
$236.32
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$439,900
Med. List Price
9 Properties

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

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Volcano Real Estate

To reach the small town of Volcano, CA, take Highway 88 to either Pine Grove Volcano Road or Pioneer Volcano Road and head north just a few short miles. Volcano's charming but limited Main Street runs right alongside Soldiers Memorial Park, and it's along this stretch you'll find the historic post office and general store that were just mentioned above, a local bakery, and the famous Volcano Union Inn & Pub. 

Despite having such a small population, the real estate market in Volcano is actually quite robust, believe it or not. From luxury homes with lots of land and interior living space to smaller ranch-style homes and cottages that can be perfect for young or first-time buyers, there's truly something for everybody when it comes to homes for sale in Volcano, CA. 

Living in Volcano CA

Today, Volcano, CA is a sleepy town with a population of well under 200 people. Because of its location well off Highway 49, you won't find the same level of commercialization other Amador County towns have, and the few buildings that make up downtown Volcano are still some of the original structures that were first built back in the mid-1800s. In fact, the local post office here actually dates all the way back to 1851, and it's been said that the general store, which has been in continuous use since 1852, is the longest running general store in all of California.

For information about Volcano 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 18 $149k - $1.3m
Pioneer 36 $225k - $850k
Volcano 9 $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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