Back in the Gold Rush and Rail Road days of Northern California, a little town named Newcastle popped up, nestled in the hills. And in that little town was a saloon where all the railroad workers could have a swig of whiskey after a hard day on the railroad track….and after that, they’d head across the street to the boarding house to bunker down for the night. Well, the saloon is still there and the boarding house is now for sale.
This historical home is strong standing and offers amazing potential. Consider creating a 2-story duplex, a bed & breakfast, or an amazing and stately home. With several bedrooms and several bathrooms, kitchens and fireplaces on both levels, the only limit is your imagination. An attached granny apartment on the second level features private entrance, and there’s two places for washer and dryer. In addition, there’s a large attic with pull down stairs.
Let your imagination walk you back into the Gold Rush era and consider what you might do with this unique and low-priced property.
For more information about this home, or to arrange a viewing, please contact Tamara Dorris, 916-482-5834