Take advantage of this private riverfront compound set on five acres of beautiful forest with views of the world-famous Keddie Wye Trestle! From the three detached living options you have, the main home is a light-filled and open-plan 1906 historical residence with 3 bedrooms and a host of original features and bespoke finishes. There is a second cottage, also with 3 bedrooms, ready to host guests. Additionally, you'll have a separate guest studio that's a perfect art workshop or guest area. A shop building, barn and extensive decks are also on offer, all with views over the beautifully landscaped gardens. Extra features include a back-up generator, while the homesteader will appreciate the well and water rights to the river, as well as water tanks, organic compost, and vegetable gardens already in place. High-speed internet means you can easily work from home. This beautiful compound is on the edge of the 23-sq-mile Mt Hough Game Refuge in Plumas National Forest; a haven for nature lovers. There are 1M acres of national forest to explore as well as 1,000 miles of rivers, 100 lakes, and a host of local farms & breweries. In the summertime, kayaking, rafting, world-class mountain biking, and fishing while winter brings back-country skiing and snowmobiling. The thriving arts and culture scene culminates in the High Sierra Music Festival every July. All of this is just 4 hours from SF. Come discover this unique hideaway in the heart of Plumas County before it's gone for good!
36231 Hwy 70 is a house in Quincy, CA 95971. This 2,728 square foot house features 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. This house has been listed since Nov 3, 2020 and is currently priced at $2,800,000. This property was built in 1925 and based on Plumas county data, we estimate the home's value is between $2,744,000 and $2,828,000. This Quincy property is in the Plumas Unified school district and the address can also be written as