Homes for Sale in Angels Camp, California

Real Estate Broker/Owner with BTRE Big Trees Real Estate 01162206


Angels Camp is a wonderful town will beautiful single family homes in an ideal location. The town is conveniently located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, providing relief from the heat of the valley as well as the ample amounts of snow in that are typical in the higher elevations. There are ample grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, and schools, as well as beautiful oaks and rolling hills and pastures. Cows graze lazily along the rolling landscapes, while vineyards dot the hillsides. Gorgeous camping and hiking opportunities as well as the Bear Valley Ski Resort and Calaveras Big Trees State Park are a short drive up the highway. New Melones Reservoir is located in the heart Angels Camp and is an extremely popular destination in the summer. Angels Camp blends suburban and country living without sacrificing convenience or privacy. If you're looking for convenient living but don't want to be in a crowded city, Angels Camp is the place for you!


Interested in finding homes for sale in Angels Camp? Click that link to view all the currently available homes for sale in Angels Camp.



The homes in Angels Camp vary due to the town's historical backround. Angels Camp was founded in the mid 1800's when the area was best known for its gold. Residences for sale in Angels Camp range anywhere from historic victorians and small single family homes to condos and large modern houses with landscaping.  This blend of historic buildings and modern, well maintained homes nestled amongst the rolling topography gives Angels Camp a unique and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Tasteful housing developments have also been gracefully integrated in the area, creating a large variety of available properties.The varying home  styles, floor plans, and neighborhoods make it easy for anyone to find their ideal home in Angels Camp. The quaint downtown area hosts charming mom and pop shops, parks, restaurants, and a movie theater. It's not uncommon to see folks strolling down the street walking their dogs or families enjoying a picnic in the park. Little ones commonly run barefoot through the grass and play on the slides and swings in the summer while adults watch from the shade of the trees. A plethora of lot sizes and types are available, making each subdivision in Angels Camp unique.



 Angels Camp is located in the heart of the Sierra Nevada foothills, giving it an ideal location. In addition to the area's rich historic backround, a plethora of activities are available to residents and visitors alike. Labyrinthine limestone caves, colossal sequoia trees, and white water rapids are just some of the possibilities. Angels Camp is home to New Melones Reservoir and recreation area, a popular summer destination for lake enthusiasts. The town is also home to the infamous Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee, made famous by Mark Twain's short story.A world-class golf course is nestled in the rolling hills of Angels Camp, complete with surrounding condos. Fast food and dine in restaurants, Savemart, Starbucks, banks, churches, and other modern conveniences also call Angels Camp home. The perfect balance of convenience and a more relaxed lifestyle exist in Angels, making it an ideal destination for anyone.



If you are interested in the current homes for sale in the town of Angels Camp in Calaveras County, California, click on the link. Our "for sale" property information is updated multiple times a day. 





Posted by

Daniel Seider

BTRE Big Trees Real Estate

209 743 1061

Comments (2)

Kevin Kueneke
Caliber Home Loans - Encinitas, CA
San Diego Mortgage Banker

Great local post Daniel.  I have heard of Angels Camp, but never really knew much about it.  Sounds like a classic Sierra Nevada town.  

May 13, 2013 12:12 PM
Tracy Oliva
West USA Realty - Arizona - Fountain Hills, AZ
The Oliva Team Arizona Agents

Dan Great Info for all in your area, sounds like aw great place to live and work,   good luck with your business,  E

May 13, 2013 12:15 PM