15955 Oak Park Ct, Plymouth, CA 95669

Beautiful Three-Story Farmhouse in Heart of Amador County


15955 Oak Park Ct is a beautiful, 3-story farmhouse on 5.3 acres in Willow Creek Ranch Estates. A paved circular drive, aprons and driveways lead to Custom luxury home, an INDUSTRIAL/ COMMERCIAL set up 40x60 shop w/100 amp, 240 volt service, and a 4 stall barn with concrete floor, 2- ton hay storage, tack room and 4 pastures. The Custom home includes high end amenities and finishes, an open, bright, roomy floor plan and a Walton's style wraparound deck. There's an amazing, entertainers' backyard with huge lawn, shaded patio, full outdoor kitchen, wood burning Pizza Oven, Barbecue pit, hot tub and more that just screams PARTY!! Inside there's an open bright, layout and custom built-ins throughout. Kitchen has Corian countertops, high end stainless steel appliances, Honduras Mahogany Library & Rec Room with Custom bar. FULL RV hookups, tree house w climbing wall for adventurous kids! Great community w/strong FFA & 4H leadership, a 5 acre stocked lake, and great neighbors!


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The Sacramento Experience - November 2018



THE SACRAMENTO EXPERIENCE
Premier Event Newsletter

Check out our great Sacramento Experience newly created each month for our family, friends, and clients! We have scoured the events this month throughout the Greater Sacramento Area to bring you the best of Sacramento. Check out everything that is happening!




Forth's Event Pick of the Month:


Tree Lighting Ceremony
Front & K St., Old Sacramento
Nov. 21, 6 PM

Standing center stage at Front Street and K Street in the Old Sacramento Waterfront district, the 60-foot tall Old Sacramento Waterfront District Holiday Tree will be lit for the first time on Wednesday evening at 6 PM.





Celtic Wings
Harris Center
Nov. 1, 7:30 PM

An exciting voyage through time with the Celts, a nomadic people of mythological stature. Acclaimed Riverdance principal dancer Caterina Coyne leads an incredible ensemble of dancers, singers and musicians in the new show Celtic Wings.


Placerville Certified Farmer's Market
Ivy House
Saturdays, 8 AM - 12PM
Until Nov. 10

The Placerville market continues each Saturday until November 10th.  Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh baked bread, nursery items, honey, eggs, flowers and so much more.

Located at the Ivy House Parking lot in Placerville.  Free to the public.



Historic Folsom Ice Rink
Opening Celebration

Sutter St. Parking Garage
Nov. 9, 10 AM - 9:30 PM


Ice skating begins on November 9th from 10 AM to 9:30 PM and includes all holidays! Unless it's raining, the ice rink will be open and ready for you!

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Festival of New American Music
Crocker Art Museum
Nov. 11, 3 PM

The Crocker is proud to again be a venue for the Festival of New American Music, which highlights contemporary classical music with innovative, avant-garde performances of works by living American composers.



Kevin Hart
Golden 1 Center
Nov. 16, 7 AM


Kevin Hart announced he is expanding his widely successful and massively hysterical 'The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour,' adding over 100 new dates across the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia.

Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicked off in Baltimore, MD and will hit Northern California for a show on November 16 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.



Sacramento Harvest Festival
Cal Expo Pavillion
Nov. 16 - 18

The annual Harvest Festival is returning to the Cal Expo Pavillion from November 16-18.


Placerville Downtown Association
Nov. 17, 12 PM - 3 PM

Davey Wiser, his Overland Stagecoach, and his crew can be found on 3rd Saturday afternoons near the Bell Tower on historic Main Street between noon and 3 PM. Davey has been giving free rides on Historic Main Street and at other locations in El Dorado County for over 20 years.


Here’s What’s Happening in Our Market


What’s really going on in the Sacramento real estate market? Find out in today’s market update.

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We’ve heard that since the summer, the market has been slowing down and undergoing certain changes. Well, I’ve done some research, and I want to show you what’s actually happening. I recently pulled the homes listed in the $300,000 to $700,000 range for four different counties, looking at the year-over-year data for the period between July-September of 2017 and July-September of 2018. In that period, I saw that the number of homes for sale is up by 23.6%. The number of homes that sold year over year, though, has dropped 5.6%. If you listen to the pundits and doomsayers, the market numbers are changing and there are more homes sitting on the market. But now let’s look at those same trends over the last seven to eight years (consult with the chart displayed in the video above at the 1:05 mark): Comparing it to last year’s figures, the number of homes for sale is up 19% and the number of homes sold is down only 2%. We have a significantly higher number of homes on the market now than last year—about 30%, in fact. This is not affecting how fast homes are selling, and neither is it affecting home prices in a negative way; those prices are still growing.


Overall, the homes that are selling are still selling fast.


There are a lot of homes that aren’t selling on the market, and many more listings are expiring now than in the past. To calculate the months of inventory—the amount of time it would take for all current MLS listings to sell, given that no new listings come on the market—we divide the total number of homes for sale by the total number of homes that have actually sold. This is usually done on a monthly basis. This figure takes into account the 18% of homes that don’t sell. We do tend to see more expired listings when the market values increase than when the market goes down, and that’s normal. So overall, the homes that are selling are still selling fast. The homes that are not selling are skewing our inventory numbers. Everyone is focused on the increasing inventory, but I think that we need to be focusing less on how many extra homes are on the market and more on what they’re selling for and how quickly they’re selling. If you have any further questions about this topic, go ahead and reach out to me by phone or email. I look forward to hearing from you.

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