City of Plymouth – Versatile Development Opportunity

89+/- acres in the heart of Amador County’s City of Plymouth within the Gold Country region of California offers an unusual investment opportunity. This undeveloped land has been under the same ownership for several decades and promises to become an integral part of the future development of this historic area. The ample size, ideal location and zoning, which is inclusive of residential and commercial designations, may allow for a variety of possible uses and much versatility.  Potential uses range from agricultural operations and family farm tour experience to high-end legacy ranches or affordable density housing, making this property the ideal canvas to create your vision.  Water, sewer, electric and communication utilities are readily available. Consisting of 20 tax parcels, all but one of which are located within the city’s jurisdiction, represent nearly 15% of all lands inside the city limits of Plymouth. This large acreage and stunning naturescape is the Gateway to the Shenandoah Valley Wine Country, home of 42 wineries. With a warm-summer Mediterranean climate, the rolling hills are the most elevated region within the Sierra Foothills and known for producing ripe fruit and full-bodied, high alcohol wines. Other local points of interest include: The Amador Flower Farm boasting beautiful gardens and growing grounds, and the scenic Historic Highway 49 which connects many of the historic California gold country towns. Enjoy the rustic charm, scenery and world-class wine of this celebrated area and all the benefits of this excellent investment opportunity all within close proximity to the major metropolitan areas of San Francisco and Sacramento.

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