Homes for Sale in the Morgan Ranch Neighborhood Grass Valley CA

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Real Estate Agent with eXp Realty of California INC DRE# 01459087

 

 

Why do people live here

Grass Valley, a historic gold mining town offers one of the counties most successful subdivisions: Morgan Ranch designed and built by Tony Mendler. This neighborhood is centrally located between Grass Valley and Nevada City off Ridge Road. Some local hot spots include: What’s up Coffee?, Sierra Theatres, Soundcheck Music, Briar Patch  and is close to downtown Grass Valley.  Not only is Morgan Ranch close to shopping, schools and medical facilities, many of the homes have long range mountain views. The neighborhood is beautifully landscaped and peaceful yet still close to amenities.

 

Looking for a home in Morgan Ranch?

 

Interested in finding homes for sale in Morgan Ranch Neighborhood of Grass Valley  Click that link to find all the currently available homes in this area of Grass Valley.

Provided courtesy from Kris Painter CAL BRE 01459087 Core Real Estate Brokerage

 

 

What's the Neighborhood Like?

 

Morgan Ranch consists of modern ranch style elegant floor plans. Homes range from 1050 square feet to 3200 square feet. One of the newer more “traditional style” subdivisions in Grass Valley offers a couple of different floor plans and elevations. The first phase began in 1989 and new homes are still being built in 2014. Most lots range from .25 acres to 1.5 acres. The subdivision has open green space throughout with some gentle contours of the parcels.

 

What Schools will the Kids Attend?

 

 

 

The school district is the Nevada County School District. The district office is near Morgan Ranch. Nevada Union High School has a long successful history of football. It is not uncommon for alumni to attend the Friday night football games. The high school is known for its academic achievements as well. Sierra College is located 1.1 miles from Morgan Ranch. Ghidotti High School is located on the Sierra College campus. This is an early college program. For the elementary and middle schools there are many options to choose from.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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