Groveland, California

Built in 2020, this custom straw bale home with Euro-Scandinavian design according to Passive Solar design standards is the ideal off-grid mountain retreat loaded with additional features. The house is 1-story with towering ceilings throughout, 1 bedroom, 2 bath, 1900 sqft with a large great room and utility room. The kitchen features a long breakfast bar with a lower quartz counter top. Quartz counters and quartz back on range wall, shaker style white cabinets, large built in pantry, large windows let in plenty of light and view to the east of the forest. All windows in the great room have 2 foot deep ledges used for display and window seats. The wood burning stove in the great room provides whole house heating. Master suite with sliding door to patio, ceiling fan, A/C wall unit, built-in white cabinet closets, walk-in closet with opening to laundry and extensive drawers and shelves. Master bath features dual vanity, two person tile shower with rain-glass door, closeted toilet, and large walk-in closet. Large laundry and utility room includes coat closet, shoe bench, stainless sink with raised pull-out faucet (dog bathing) counter for sorting laundry, and higher counter for hobbies, and extensive storage cabinets. The home was designed with extreme attention to fire safety. Slab construction, Steel roof installed on 2” Rockwool, all facia boards are cement board, metal gutters, fire rated drywall with Stucco coating on Soffits. Porch is concrete with concrete support columns, holding a large steel beam that carries the overhang. Minimal penetrations on roof and exterior surfaces. All penetrations (outlets/light-cans etc. ) are mounted with fire-foam. Fire-sprinklers in all interior rooms. Significant brush and tree clearing has been done around the structures and on the entire 50 acres to reduce fire risk. The house is powered by owned solar energy and water is provided by a 829ft well pumping @ 5gal/min with 2, 1500 gal concrete storage tank. 4, 5000 gal tanks collect rainwater providing irrigation for the garden. There is a “traditional” 8’ x 18’ tiny house (with pink slip registration) as well as 3 converted 8’ x 20’ container-tiny houses on the property. All four sleeping quarters have water, sewer and power via underground lines. Each has a bathroom with shower. (Tiny house only) Nicely finished with pine walls, tile floors, windows. Container-Tiny houses have cork/tile floors and insulation. In addition to the 4 tiny homes are 2 “camper stations” with power, water and sewer hookups for RVs. All of this is located on just one 20 acre parcel, AP 066-750-004. The adjacent 20 acre parcel AP 066-750-005 is also for sale, and a third 10 acre parcel AP 066-750-006 is also for sale. Buy all 3 to own 50 acres of Jackass Creek. Show more
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$789,999Asking Price (USD)
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1,900Square Feet
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40.0 acresLot Size
2020Year Built
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Built in 2020, this custom straw bale home with Euro-Scandinavian design according to Passive Solar design standards is the ideal off-grid mountain retreat loaded with additional features. The house is 1-story with towering ceilings throughout, 1 bedroom, 2 bath, 1900 sqft with a large great room and utility room. The kitchen features a long breakfast bar with a lower quartz counter top. Quartz counters and quartz back on range wall, shaker style white cabinets, large built in pantry, large windows let in plenty of light and view to the east of the forest. All windows in the great room have 2 foot deep ledges used for display and window seats. The wood burning stove in the great room provides whole house heating. Master suite with sliding door to patio, ceiling fan, A/C wall unit, built-in white cabinet closets, walk-in closet with opening to laundry and extensive drawers and shelves. Master bath features dual vanity, two person tile shower with rain-glass door, closeted toilet, and large walk-in closet. Large laundry and utility room includes coat closet, shoe bench, stainless sink with raised pull-out faucet (dog bathing) counter for sorting laundry, and higher counter for hobbies, and extensive storage cabinets. The home was designed with extreme attention to fire safety. Slab construction, Steel roof installed on 2” Rockwool, all facia boards are cement board, metal gutters, fire rated drywall with Stucco coating on Soffits. Porch is concrete with concrete support columns, holding a large steel beam that carries the overhang. Minimal penetrations on roof and exterior surfaces. All penetrations (outlets/light-cans etc. ) are mounted with fire-foam. Fire-sprinklers in all interior rooms. Significant brush and tree clearing has been done around the structures and on the entire 50 acres to reduce fire risk. The house is powered by owned solar energy and water is provided by a 829ft well pumping @ 5gal/min with 2, 1500 gal concrete storage tank. 4, 5000 gal tanks collect rainwater providing irrigation for the garden. There is a “traditional” 8’ x 18’ tiny house (with pink slip registration) as well as 3 converted 8’ x 20’ container-tiny houses on the property. All four sleeping quarters have water, sewer and power via underground lines. Each has a bathroom with shower. (Tiny house only) Nicely finished with pine walls, tile floors, windows. Container-Tiny houses have cork/tile floors and insulation. In addition to the 4 tiny homes are 2 “camper stations” with power, water and sewer hookups for RVs. All of this is located on just one 20 acre parcel, AP 066-750-004. The adjacent 20 acre parcel AP 066-750-005 is also for sale, and a third 10 acre parcel AP 066-750-006 is also for sale. Buy all 3 to own 50 acres of Jackass Creek. Show more

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Listing ID : 21107