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Posted by: thepinetree on 09/04/2018 02:06 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 09/08/2018 08:15 AM
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A Stunning Estate, 744 Total Acres, 64 Vineyard Acres, Three Homes, State Water Rights & More! $3,500,000

Esmeralda Valley, CA...This is the lifestyle! Turnkey Operation. The property at Chatom Vineyards consists of 11 parcels totaling 744.22 acres. 64 planted acres with 13 grape varietals. 60 plus acres of plantable land, 356 acres farmstead currently used for cattle grazing. Many options for expanding agricultural interests. There are 2 ponds & a natural spring. Seller has State Water Rights. Main home is 4300 sq. ft. with 4 beds, 2 baths, wonderful living spaces, cooks kitchen, large master suite, swimming pool. 2 additional homes, 2 barns, shop & garage/office. Private, peaceful paradise. Call NextHome Utica Properties at 209.736.9595 ... BRE #0136022




















Listing Details



Price $3,600,000
Bedrooms 4 Beds
Bathrooms 2 Full Baths
Year Built 1980
Property Type Residential
Listing # 1602454
Status Active
Listing Type For Sale


Interior Features



Square Feet 4,300


Exterior Features



Lot Size 744.22 acres


Virtual Tour





Virtual Tour URL https://youtu.be/Z2cMzKm4Xfg
Virtual Tour Description 744.22 Acres. 11 Parcels, Vineyards, Cattle Crazing, Farming, Living


Welcome to NextHome Utica Properties.

We are a forward thinking progressive real estate company serving all of Calaveras County. Our goal at NextHome Utica Properties is to build lasting relationships with our clients and provide excellent customer service! Recently, Kenton Airola and Heather Donatelli have joined our office as a Realtor Associates. Kenton is a lifelong resident of Calaveras County. His family has lived in Calaveras County for several generations. Kenton is full of knowledge of our county and the current real estate market. We are very pleased to have Kenton on our team! Heather is an established realtor whose knowledge of Calaveras County and the real estate market is excellent. Heather is committed to excellent communication and service in her business. She and her husband are raising their family here and of course love the area. We are equally to have Heather on NextHome Utica Properties team of agents!

Whether you’re a first time buyer or an experienced investor, you’ll find useful information about how to choose the “right” property, making an offer, negotiating, financing, mortgage rates, moving, and everything involved in making an informed home buying decision in today’s market. If you currently own property and are thinking about selling it, this site contains information about preparing your home for sale, selecting the right agent, pricing your home appropriately, marketing it effectively, going through the inspection process, and receiving a timely market evaluation.


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