Columbia State Historic Park is a living museum in that the residents work, play and reside in and around the park. With a grammar school, Columbia Community College (nearby), a post office, stores and many festivals and concerts, the beautiful surrounding foothills continue to attract those seeking the country life. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Realty agents can show you rural subdivision homes, townhouses property plots and acreage for your Columbia CA real estate dreams.
You can relive the 1849 California Gold Rush days when you walk down the streets of Columbia State Historic Park. See the stagecoach rumble down the streets — and horses have the right of way! Sample handmade candies in the fourth generation-owned Nelson’s Candy Kitchen, watch a blacksmith forge his steel, attend a live performance at the historic Fallon House Theatre or stop for some Sarsaparilla at one of the local saloons.
The brave can take a “Ghost Walk” at the centuries old cemetery or see how children were taught in the 1850 schoolhouse (hickory switch included). Partake of local cuisine in the many restaurant choices nearby. Take a walk in 49ers’ footsteps in this town that is preserved as it was when the gold rush hit California.
Conveniently located off of Highway 49, Columbia is an easy and scenic drive that neighbors other historic towns in the Sierra Nevada foothills including Sonora, Jamestown, and Angels Camp making it a popular place for property seekers to reside.
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