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We established Coldwell Banker Mountain Gate Properties, a family owned business, in 1979. Our agents are extensively trained, and committed to excellent client representation, accessibility, and prompt communication. We feature Mount Shasta homes, along with land, income, commercial, manufactured, homes, and ranches in Mt. Shasta, Weed, Dunsmuir, McCloud, Lake Shastina, Hammond Ranch, and throughout Siskiyou County. We are a one stop, full service office providing Multiple Listings of all offices county wide. Stop by or contact us for MLS lists and links, maps, info, and even to discuss a career in real estate.

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Below is a quick look at the type of property available in various local areas. For more detailed info visit Finding the Right Property and About Our Area.

Mount Shasta real estate ranges from city lots to mini-ranches. Natural beauty abounds with creeks, lakes, rich forests, and views of the Mountain and the Eddies Range. In town Mount Shasta homes are mostly on sewer and water. In the surrounding countryside most are on individual wells and septic systems.  Some houses are on private roads but most are on publicly maintained streets. Local recreational opportunities include snow sports, hiking, fishing, swimming, rafting, kayaking, and more. There is ski park, 18-hole golf resort, and a hospital with a wide range of specialists.

Dunsmuir real estate, unlike Mount Shasta real estate, is mostly comprised of small lots since the town is located in a canyon. Expansive vistas are limited but one is never far from the gorgeous Sacramento River and Castle Crags State Park is a short drive away. Most Dunsmuir homes have community utilities and are on publically maintained streets.

Weed real estate varies from in town parcels to large tracts. There are panoramic vistas of the Eddies, the Mountain, and sometimes even of Mt. McLaughlin in southern Oregon. Generally, Weed homes are on public streets and have sewer and water in the city and wells and septic systems in the country. There is a community college, 9-hole golf course, and nearby is Stewart Mineral Springs Resort.

McCloud property varies from small lots to larger acreage though much of the area is unavailable due to the huge tracts of private and government ownership. There are grand vistas of the Mountain, vast woodlands, and abundant meadowlands. Most houses are on public roads and are on community water and sewer though ones further out of town are on wells and septic. Most roads are public maintained since McCloud is not an incorporated city. There is a nine-hole golf course, a large lake, and beautiful rivers with xlnt fishing.

Yreka property can be anywhere from small in town plots to large ranches. Yreka is our largest city, has the most shopping, has a rich history, a drier climate, and is our county seat. There is a hospital, performing arts center, and museum and the Klamath River is a short drive away.

Lake Shastina is a large development built around a lake and a Robert Trent designed golf course. The climate is high desert with lots of sunlight and there are panoramic views in every direction. Generally, parcels are between 0.2 to 0.5 acre and are served by community sewer, water, roads, police and fire.

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