15382 Washington Rd, Washington, California, 95603
Waterfront-Business and Home Property for Sale
Have you always dreamed of tending the store during the day and fishing or pannning for Gold in the South Yuba River just off your back porch. Perfect for someone looking for a small town of only about 200 Population drawing tourist during the year to take advantage of the South Yuba River and close to skiing.
Store, Multiple Living Areas with River Frontage
The river flows and so does the cash in this once in a lifetime opportunity to live on the river in the quaint town of Washington. High speed internet is Hughes net. The Nearly 1600 square feet of residence is right on the Yuba river and enjoys awesome views of the river, the canyon and the surrounding forest. You can see the bald eagles cruising the river right from your private deck. Comfortable open floor plan w/living, dinning area and kitchen all over looking the view. Master bedroom is also on the main level and enjoys the view. Downstairs there are two more bedrooms, a full bath and spacious laundry room. Front of the property is the Washington General Store!! Phenomenal Resi-mercial opportunity with additional cash flow from the upstairs rental unit too! If you are currently living in the city and are looking for a lifestyle that is laid back and rural, this opportunity all of that. Owner estimates current cash flow at just under $100,000. Financials available for serious buyer
Washington, California, less than 30 minutes to Historic Nevada City and Grass Valley. and 45 minutes to Skiing at Soda Springs. About 6 miles off of Highway 49, but in a World of its own. Nothern California's Gold Country. Between the San Francisco Bay Area and Lake Tahoe. The perfect elevation, above the valley fog and below the snow, yet within 1 hour of winter recreation and ski resorts. Small town charm with world class entertainment, history and quality of life. Riding Trails abound, from the famous Tevis Trail and Western States 100 Ride to picturquest riding in Empire Mine State Park. Multiple lakes for fishing and boating.
Washington (originally, Indiana Camp) is a census-designated place located in Nevada County, California. Washington is located on the banks of the South Fork of The Yuba River and has a population of approximately two hundred people. There is a hotel/bar and restaurant, grocery store, a one-room schoolhouse that has educated students continuously for one hundred years, and two trailer park campgrounds. The elevation is 2,612 feet (796 m). The population was 185 at the 2010 census.
The population fluctuates seasonally and the town businesses rely on the tourist trade as the population increases in the summer. It was settled during the California Gold Rush in 1849 and produced a large amount of placer gold. Hard rock mines were established soon afterword and were very productive. Washington is the only settlement in the vicinity to have survived to this day. There remains today much evidence of placer gold mining, hydraulic mining, and hard-rock mining. During the mining period, many Chinese lived there.
Washington's biggest businesses are its two campsites, Little Town Campground (formerly Gene's Pine Aire Campground) and the River Rest, which has been in business since the 1960s through different owners. Filmmaker Sara Ross-Samko is making a feature-length documentary portrait of the town.