Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath home tucked away in the Eldorado National Forest. Stunning 360 degree views sitting on over an acre. Amazing pool with waterfall in your own fenced off yard. This home features new exterior paint, newer heating and air, new bathroom fixtures including shower doors. New dishwasher, stove and microwave. This home is move in ready! Perfect for remote living, retirement home and or a getaway vacation home.
In 1850 Buck Ramsey and his company of prospectors, searching for gold along the North and Middle Fork of the Cosumnes River, camped near a spring. While eating the evening meal a grizzly bear came crashing through the brush. Buck Ramsey shot the giant and that is the story behind the naming of Grizzly Flats.
These prospectors moved on but others followed. Wm. Knox, Hiram and Eben Odlin, Edward R. Morey and many others began to filter into the area and many settled to start quartz mining. One of the largest mines to open in the district was owned by Victor J.W. Steely. In 1852 he discovered one of the many ledges that were rich in gold. By 1866 the village was prospering only to be destroyed by fire. But the town was rebuilt since the mines were still operating and the population grew. Logging became another source of income as well as ranching. […]
El Dorado County is one of the most diverse, beautiful places you’ll ever visit. Sierra scenery is nothing short of spectacular, spanning across more than 1800 square miles with elevations ranging from just a few feet to more than 10,000 feet above sea level. The 1848 discovery of gold in Coloma touched off the largest gold rush in history. Today we are much more than rustic mining towns and historic sites. We are a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, a welcoming wine and agricultural scene, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. […]
There’s no time like the present to get inspired for future travel. Find off-the-beaten-path adventures, hidden gems, award-winning wineries, and backroads just waiting to be discovered in El Dorado County.
4167 Suisun Valley Road Fairfield, CA 94534