Address: 5960 Little Oak Lane
MLS # 19027045
Square Feet: 1,412
This cozy three bedroom, two bath single level home on a level acre has many upgrades. Within the past five years, sellers have installed a new roof (2016), tankless water heater (2016), flooring in the bath and laundry (2019), carpet (2018), microwave (2018), neo-shower door and walls (2019), microwave (2018), and ceiling fans (2018). Prior to that, they remodeled the kitchen, complete with granite tops, and added a whole house fan. The 30 ft. by 34 ft. shop has 220 and water out front. The large workshop area creates many possibilities. Different areas of the property provide for such activities as relaxing around the fire pit or letting children or pets romp in the fenced area. There is plenty of room to park RVs and no HOAs or CC&Rs!
The Foresthill Divide is one of the earliest explored areas of California during the Gold Rush. Today, with the wonderful outdoor recreational opportunities of the Tahoe National Forest, Foresthill attracts outdoor enthusiasts from around the world to experience its natural beauty. It is uniquely situated between San Francisco (2.5 hour drive) and Tahoe (1.5 hour drive). Foresthill offers year-round activities such as the Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration, Heritage Celebration, and Christmas Tree Lighting. It is proud to be the hub of the Western States Trail and the Western States 100 Endurance Run and the Tevis Cup 100 Mile Trail Ride. Local reservoirs offer camping, boating, fishing, hiking, and swimming fun for the whole family.
For such a quaint town, Foresthill offers a surprising number of amenities. There is the sizeable Worton’s Market with the million dollar view, a Dollar General, and Grant’s Hardware. There is Mega’s Café, Makers Mountain Eatery, and Dragon In Chinese restaurant. There is a doctor, a dentist, and a veterinarian. There are beauty salons and dog groomers, antique shops and gift shops. There are wedding venues and Carpenter’s Place Gym and Tanning Salon. There are gas stations and even a branch of the Placer County Public Library. And you can still see the stars at night!