121 Butte St. Sierra City

Small corner lot (8,276 Sq. Ft)  Walk to town. Lot has some improvements, water, electric, septic a small trailer with a ramada & a large deck. . There are some trees and lovely view of the Mts to the south. Good southern exposure. Perfect for a single person or a weekend retreat.

$60,000.

34 Acre Parcel…. Sierra City

This is a 34 acre parcel tucked away in the Foothills of Sierra City and part of the Historic 1860’s Bigelow Ranch. South-Eastern exposure, heavily timbered with mature mixed conifer and hardwood trees. Year round stream and several springs on property. Nice panoramic views of the Yuba River basin. Adjoines National Forest land & zoned for horses. A road leads into the property,  additional roads can be cut in to access the interior of the property.

There are no signs, so please contact me for more info.  The town water system has an easement on a lower portion of the property.

$180,000.00

Acerage along Hwy 49, Sierra City

Located along Hwy 49, just east of downtown Sierra City across from the Yuba River Inn. Wooded 4.39 acres. The Ravine is it’s western boarder. Rare find in Sierra City townsite. 

$150,000.00

Butte Wagon Road, Sierra City 1.93 acre parcel

Located on Butte Wagon Road on the outskirts of Sierra City. This is a 1.93 acre parcel with a lot of trees, both pine’s and oak’s. There is a view of the mountains and has nice southern exposure. Some sections are level, other sloped and others are straight up with bedrock. There is a driveway which goes into the property. The currant owner would like to retain usage of the drive for access into his property. If you like being close to town, but out on your own this could be just the place you are looking for. Please call for more info.

$37,000.

205 Nevada Drive, Sierra City

Large one-half acre lot with beautiful views of the Sierra Buttes in the Lewis tract. Slope down to the property. Mature trees, Corner lot.  Drive by, there is a sign on the property.

Walk to the river to ride your bicycle to town. Near to the Kentucky Mine Museum.

$30,000    IN ESCROW!