Sanger, California was founded in 1888 and is situated in Fresno County, with a population just under 25,000 people. Sanger was once a shipping center for grain, citrus and lumber, as it lies in a rich agricultural area of central California. The Southern Pacific Railroad came through Sanger in the late 1800s and connected the town to nearby Fresno and Porterville. The Sanger Railroad Depot is the oldest building in the city, and is now part of the town's history, as the Sanger Depot Museum. It is said that Sanger is the "National Christmas Tree City," as designated by the former U. S. President Calvin Coolidge.
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Wine, food and drink! Visit Cedar View Winery for some local wines, including the hard to find varieties, as well as award-winning red wine made by the estates "flagship" grape, Alicante Bouschet - a very rare variety of grape. The Winery also hosts Sequoia View Bed and Breakfast for a wonderful overnight stay right on the Vineyard! The views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains are sure to amaze. Also check out local Franzia-Sanger for more great wine tasting!
Giant sequoia trees! In nearby Sequoia National Park, you can find the giant sequoia trees that are some of the oldest living trees on earth. The landscape is incredibly beautiful with rugged foothills, deep canyons and the world's largest trees! If you visit in the late fall, early winter, you might just catch a beautiful snowfall. Kings Canyon National Park is right next-door, and is also home to giant sequoia trees, the American Black Bear, and a place John Muir once called a "rival to Yosemite." Both parks are breathtaking.
Visit a working ranch! River Ridge Ranch is a working cattle ranch, but it's also a recreation and education guest ranch, environmentally conscious and spread out over 722 acres! The Tule River borders the ranch, and it is so breathtaking that it has become famous for its outdoor weddings.
Buy a piece of land! Sanger is very affordable for being so near such popular National Parks. At $133,300, the median sales price for homes in the area is far below California's average of $350,000. Consider choosing rent to own properties for a lower upfront cost, and scoop up more than one property if you can because California property values are predicted to rise! Many properties, such as building sites, can be found through a local Realtor, such as Keller Williams, or Realty Concepts, with their access to MLS and private listings. Their expertise can guide you to the perfect building location property, and help obtain the best possible price.
Rentals! Consider renting a home in Sanger for a vacation for the summer while you traverse the famous area attractions and local wineries. The median rental house prices are only $865 a month! Property managers are famous for knowing what properties are will be available for rent, many times before they even go on the market. A couple of local property management companies include Realty Property Management, or Adanalian Property Management. Apartments for rent in and around Faller Avenue are the best priced in the area!
Take a train ride! The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, with antique Logger Steam Trains and others originally used for hauling lumber, can whisk you up and take you on tours along the Sierra National Forest, stopping at Lewis Creek Canyon for a meal and entertainment. Consider the moonlight special for a campfire sing along! Other exciting events include gold panning and a moonlight melodrama show.
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