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Home Sales for Alta Sierra, Ca. in 2013

said on April 10th, 2013 filed under: Alta Sierra, Localism

Home sales for Alta Sierra, Ca. in 2013. For this analysis, we’ll look at sales data from the Nevada County Association of Realtors for the first quarter of 2013. This analysis shows the “average” sold data for homes that were not short sales. continue reading…

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10304 Kenwood Drive, Grass Valley, CA Two New Photos

said on April 25th, 2012 filed under: Alta Sierra, Country Property, Grass Valley, Localism

I’m going to lose my job as Jenkins Team photographer if CJ keeps taking shots like these.  We weren’t happy with the cover photo I took of this immaculate house 3 miles south of Grass Valley, CA, so CJ Jenkins, Intrepid Girl Photographer, went out to bag a new one.  Well, CJ “brought home the bear.”  That’s what we say to each other after some singular accomplishment.

Me:  Did you bring home the bear?

CJ:  A big one.

Me:  I’ll skin it and cook it.

She’s the rain maker and I’m the closer in our business, if you haven’t already guessed that.

So here’s a much prettier look at the home:

 

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Alta Sierra, Lake of the Pines, and Lake Wildwood: A Snapshot of Homes for Sale

said on June 20th, 2010 filed under: Alta Sierra, Lake of the Pines, Lake Wildwood, Neighborhood Profiles

Here is a comparison of homes sold and homes currently for sale in 3 Nevada County communities:  Alta Sierra, Lake of the Pines, and Lake Wildwood.  This data is provided by the Nevada County Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service (MLS).  There are a few more homes sold and for sale in these areas than indicated in this report; some properties, especially bank-owned properties, are represented by continue reading…

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10 Reasons to Live in Alta Sierra

said on June 10th, 2010 filed under: Alta Sierra, Neighborhood Profiles

 

We talked to folks who have lived in Alta Sierra for many years and asked them what they liked about living there.  Here’s what they said:

1.  The location is perfect, about midway between Auburn and Grass valley.

2.  It looks and feels like a park.

3.  It’s so quiet.  At night, an acorn falling on the driveway sounds like a gunshot.

4.  The Home Owners Association dues are only $25 a year.

5.  It’s only 10 minutes away from the supermarket and K Mart.

6.  You can call 1-866-its-dead and somebody will come pick up the dead deer or raccoon in the road.

7.  There are so many pretty hills and pine trees.

8.  We have our own country club and golf course.

9.  The lots are larger than most places.

10.  The homes are affordable!

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