8.93 acre parcel with views of Lake Don Pedro. Property goes along Jacksonville Road and River Road. Minutes to Moccasin Marina. Outline is for informational purposes only and may not be in exact alignment of the property lines.
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A walk down Main Street in Historic Jamestown is a step back in time. You'll see a mixture of buildings from different eras. There ae wooden buildings dating from the winding down of the Gold Rush. Stone buildings with iron shutters from about the same time designed to withstand the fires that were common at that time. The wooden buildings are in the Victorian style from the turn into the 20th century.
You can dine at the Willow Steak House (established 1864), where the builders of the Sierra Railway once hung out in the bar. There are gift shops and antique and collectible stores, with many items made locally. There are many other restaurants in town. In the small Victorian-era park there is the Jamestown Branch Jail, built in 1898 and very recently moved back to Jamestown and restored. Several historic hotels can be found along the street, including the Royal Carriage Inn, the National Hotel, and the Jamestown Hotel. What's New? The Jamestown Hotel has reopened, including a restaurant with California cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.