Strawberry Homes for Sale

On the River's Edge!

The small community of Strawberry located just a hop, skip and jump east of Pinecrest on Highway 108, is right on the Stanislaus River. Many homes and cabins are situated on the River’s edge.  Let the sounds of the rushing melted snow water lull you to sleep under the vast mountain sky!  The Stanislaus Forest is literally in your backyard! A trout fisherman’s delight with Beardsley Reservoir and Pinecrest Lake nearby, not to mention all the streams and rivers to catch your limit of trout from.



Relax in Strawberry

Vacation or Full Time Living

Can you imagine owning a cabin near Strawberry where you could enjoy family gatherings and exploring the great outdoors? Some believe that owning a cabin in the mountains is just out of the picture financially.  However, there is a demand for vacation rentals in the area and by owning a cabin you could rent it out as a vacation rental when you are not using it which helps to pay for the property.  Unlike owning a cabin in Pinecrest where you only own the cabin and lease the land beneath it from the Forest Service, Strawberry cabin owners do actually receive a Deed for the land as well. This makes purchasing and owning a cabin a bit more doable for most since conventional financing is available.

Strawberry is a wonderful vacation destination if you are looking for the peace and tranquility of the mountains. However, some folks opt to make this slice of heaven their year round home.  It’s not for fair weather people though as you will definitely see Mother Nature at her best in the winter months providing ample opportunity for snowman building and sledding!


The Forest has much to offer.

This area is only 2-3 miles up the road from Pinecrest Lake which offers an abundance of family fun. However, maybe you prefer alone time on the river with your fishing pole! There is no shortage of that! Travel east and take in the grandeur of Kennedy Meadows and Sonora Pass! With the Stanislaus Forest in your backyard, the possibilities are endless. A very dear friend of mine who passed away many years ago, had an awesome saying that rings very true. “If you are lucky enough to be in the mountains, you are lucky enough!” – Ron Arington

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