In Butte County there is a census-designated place called Magalia, California. Home to around 12,000 residents, Magalia was originally established as a mining camp after the 1849 Gold Rush. Once called Mountain View, and later known as Butte Mills and Dogtown, the name was changed to Magalia in 1861. Comprised of approximately 14 square miles, Magalia is home to all sorts of interesting wildlife including grey squirrels, raccoons and black-tailed deer, as well as Rough-skinned newts.
Magalia is a beautiful place to call home with a warm Mediterranean climate and mild winters. In addition to great weather, Magalia also has great real estate with the median sale price of a home being around $160,400. Magalia is in the Chico metro area, which is home to a major campus of the California State University. Nearby is the beautiful Lassen Volcanic National Park and Lake Almanor. There are several great retirement and resort communities in the area, and just like those communities, Magalia boasts a reasonable cost of living, affordable housing and low crime rate.
Magalia, California is home to abundant real estate options including condos, townhomes and single family homes. You can find 1,900 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom homes for around $67,000 and 1,400 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom homes for around $130,000. If you desire a home with a little more space, Magalia has that too with homes boasting 2,600 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms for around $600,000.
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