Williams CA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Williams, CA is $253,750.
the county median home value of $193,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Williams, CA is $253,750.
Approximately 55.89% of Williams homes are owned,
compared to 40.9% rented, while
3.21% are vacant.
Williams 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 Williams real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Lots of Potential for this Cute 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Home in Williams. Large Living Room and Separate Dining Room. Central Heat and Air. Storage Room with Washer/Dryer Hookups.
Great two bedroom one bath home. Nice open floor plan! Sold as is. Close to schools, restaurants and easy freeway access.
Look no more! This home has been well cared for and is very relaxing and ready for a new owner. It's beautiful and comforting with carpeting in the bedrooms and hardwood floors and tile in other rooms. It features a bedroom with a full bathroom next to the front door entry with the other three bedrooms down the hallway. It comes with a bonus room that can be used for an office or possibly another bedroom. This home comes with ceiling fans in all the rooms. This is a must see home to appreciate its beauty. The home also includes leased solar.
Large two story home, with formal living and dining room, separate family/dining/kitchen combo. Upstairs features two bathrooms and 3 bedroom with a large master suite and walkin closet. Down stairs bedroom was turned into a small studio , with entry from the backyard. It has it's own bathroom and living room, and kitchenette. Solar panels for energy efficiency.
Newly Renovated from top to bottom starting with a breathtaking modern kitchen & Beverage Bar including a bar sink & wine cooler! Master bedroom suite, additional 3 bed, 3 bath, one being right off the laundry room for easy outside access! The living room explodes with a Stunning brick fireplace and custom-built cabinetry, while showcasing the wall to wall Anderson sliding doors, capturing daily sunlight and framed unobstructed views of the landscaped backyard & South undeveloped land.
Nice home on a large lot located close to schools and shopping. This 4 bedroom home is virtually a blank slate waiting for your touch. Home recently has had all new plumbing installed from bath to kitchen on out to City hook-up. Several outbuilding used as a garage and workshop/storage.
Honey STOP the car!! Enjoy 5 beautiful acres nestled on a corner lot in Williams! Home features 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, stunning views of the mountains and did I mention the property is FULLY FENCED! This lovley property also features a large workshop and a smaller tool shed closer to the main house. Enjoy gardening? Two raised beds are ready for you along with a few fruit trees! Come see for yourself today, the photos do not show this property's true beauty!!
Stunning custom home in the heart of Williams! Enjoy a spacious historic home on mature acre lot in the heart of town. This elegant property has hardwood floors, wainscoting and tons of custom craftsmanship. Dramatic high ceilings and abundant natural light grace this three bedroom and three bathroom home. The large 2 car garage allows plenty of space for parking and working on projects.
Wilbur Hot Springs is a naturally occurring historic hot spring, and 1,800-acre nature reserve in Williams, Colusa County, in northern California, United States, about 2 hours northeast of the San Francisco Bay Area and 1.5 hours north of the Sacramento Airport. Wilbur Hot Springs' history goes back centuries. Before European settlers came, the springs were used by the Native American inhabitants of Northern California's Coast Range mountains. According to local lore, wealthy social activist and congressman General John Bidwell was searching for gold in 1863 when one of his men got deathly sick. Local Native Americans told him about powerful waters, later to be known as Wilbur Hot Springs. Bidwell brought his man to the waters where he was miraculously cured. In the 1970s, Dr. Richard Louis Miller was a San Francisco psychologist who had left teaching at the University of Michigan in order to study in California with Virginia Satir, the founder of family therapy, and with Fritz Perls, the originator of Gestalt Therapy. Wanting to relocate his practice to the country to develop a conscious-raising community, he believed intensive psychotherapy in a residential setting would be more effective than short, timed sessions. In 1972, Miller came across Wilbur Hot Springs, and rented the Red House'' and began to live at Wilbur on weekends. Soon after, Miller purchased the property & he & his wife moved to Wilbur full-time. 25 bedrooms and 16 full baths.Excludes AP# 018-190-002-000
Spacious four bedrooms with big bonus room upstairs. must see!!!!!!!!
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