The median home value in Glencoe, CA is $194,500.
the county median home value of $250,700.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Glencoe, CA is $194,500.
Approximately 72% of Glencoe homes are owned,
compared to 12% rented, while
16% are vacant.
Glencoe real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Glencoe real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Glencoe Real Estate.
Great setting for future home. Preferred Glencoe area. Existing PG&E meter, well and old septic, according to seller. The lot has been cleared of old home and made ready for your dreams. Shed is still standing.
Extraordinary location. Private w/local & hilltop views w/room to roam. Yellow Stone Log Home Show House. Vermont Casting Wood Stove w/ Rock Backing & Slate flooring under wood stove. Wood blinds throughout home. Custom Kitchen w/white cabinets and upgraded hdwr. Per owner - Kitchen has floating wood floor. Central Vacuum System. Heat pump/propane furnace. Hot water circulator. Master bath has separate shower & claw foot tub. Laundry room.
Views in every direction. Enjoy the enchanting peace of this Custom Log Home on 27 acres. Beautifully maintained pride of ownership shows throughout. Many possibilities for this property located next door to an equestrian facility. Trails throughout for riding, hiking or quads. This is a Yellow Stone Log Home, Vermont Casting Wood Stove. Designer Custom Kitchen with upgrades. Please look at all the detail and amenities offered on the very special home.
Spacious home - needs some TLC but has lots of potential. Main level has main living area - 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, laundry, kitchen, dining & living area. Downstairs is 1/2 bath plus additional bedroom. Possible full bath downstairs. Also sauna in bathroom downstairs. Private setting. Backs up to BLM land.
Sellers are motivated, submit all offers, Very private 300 plus acres that includes two parcels. Second parcel's APN# 012-001-002. Acreage has two wells numerous springs, 5 ponds and pristine views. Great potential for vineyard, horse property. Large pole barn
LOG HOME WITH ALL SORTS OF CHARM AND EVEN MORE ROOM - Open beamed ceilings in great room & master. Wood stove & hearth for frosty evenings. Extra rooms downstairs for in home theater, exercise, office and/or storage heated by free standing propane burning stove. Solar panels can mean money back from PG&E. Single car garage + shop. BARN has 3 bays, room for 8 vehicles as well as a full second story. You have to see it to believe it! Good septic and well.
Very nice 14+ acres with a knoll-top building site. With some clearing there should be views of the valley lights at night. There is an old well on property (no info available), and public water is available at the highway. If you walk up the dirt road from the gate, the property ends close to the fork in the road. If you walk just past the fork and hook around to the left back onto the property, you can easily walk up to the knoll site. Parcel extends from downhill neighbor to ravine up hiway.
COMMANDING LOCATION OVERLOOKING YOUR PRIVATE 6+ ACRES. COMTEMPORARY 1500 SQ. FT. HOME BUILT BY A MASTER CRAFTSMAN WITH AN EYE TO DETAIL. BEAUTIFUL SOLID OAK FLOORS IN GREAT ROOM DESIGNED TO APPRECIATE THE SETTING. CERAMIC TILE COUNTERS & ANTIQUE STYLE WOOD BURNING RANGE COMPLETE THE SETTING. OVERSIZED ATTACHED DOUBLE GARAGE WITH LOTS OF STORAGE & WORK SPACE. AND DON'T FORGET THE GUEST COTTAGE WITH 1/2 BATH, DETACHED SHOP & 15 X 20 STEEL MASTER BARN. DOUBLE INSULATED ROOF AND FLOORS. BORDERS BLM
Gorgeous landscape with late 19th century and early 20th century character. A very unique ranch with large amounts of documented historical significance and events. This ranch was named "Flowers of Gold" in the 19th century. It's charm, ancient character and intrigue are still present and will wow and allure most anyone who takes a short gander around the old ranch headquarters. The ranch consists of beautiful meadows on easy terrain, ancient fruit trees, 4 old one room camping cabins, a spring, gold mines, big views, paved access, utilities and borders large USA/BLM land on at least 2 sides. The property has been in the same family since 1894. One can imagine the sounds of the 19th century horses, stages and wagons as they road in and used this site as a stop-over (at the time with hotel accommodations) before heading on to the various gold mining operations in the area.