For Property Documents and Information, Please Visit: Tender Offer Event is for a ±167-acre mixed-use development opportunity including commercial frontage on Hwy 49 and residential land uses throughout the balance of the property within the City of Plymouth, Amador County, California. Flat ground and gentle knolls rest below a ridge that offers views of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The property is compatible for standard residential, rural residential, senior housing, and vineyards as part of the iconic Sierra Foothill Wine Appellation.
Just 40 minutes east of downtown Sacramento and 55 minutes from Sacramento International Airport, centrally located in the heart of "Gold Country," the City of Plymouth is the gateway to the Shenandoah Valley of California, an American Viticulture Area that includes portions of Amador County and El Dorado County. The region was first settled during the California Gold Rush in the nineteenth century, and settlers in the region began planting the first grapevines and producing the first wine soon thereafter. In 1983, the region became a designated American Viticulture Area. Shenandoah Valley is the westernmost and, therefore, the least elevated and warmest region within the Sierra Foothills. The high temperatures result in ripe fruit that produce full-bodied, award-winning wines. Currently, there are more than forty-five (45) wineries minutes away from the property, many of which are open daily for wine tasting and tours. This up-and-coming wine region has been recognized by Via and Sunset Magazines, and is making Plymouth a travel - and lifestyle - destination.
For outdoor enthusiasts, with elevations from 900 to 9,000 feet, an area rich with parks and lakes including the Eldorado National Forest and Mokelumne Wilderness, Amador County provides outdoor playgrounds for everyone from toddlers to extreme athletes. Camping, boating, kayaking, swimming, fishing, biking, hiking, hunting, ATV riding, skiing, snowboarding or just enjoying the scenery are all available within a short drive from Plymouth.