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After the Mexican War ended Captain Charles Weber settled the land grant after considerable work and during the fall of 1847, the people named on the grant provided Weber some optimism of a achieving a permanent settlement, so he had the land surveyed into town lots. In the beginning men lived in brushwood tule
tents. When gold was discovered, in 1849, The founding of mining camps gave rise
to making Stockton into an immense trading depot, and the Weber store became the
Short Sale - Cute 2 bedroom - Only the second owner - Property completely redone about ten years ago - Metal tile roof, inside laundry area. Long driveway with detached two-car garage.
$115.000 1550 W. Bristol
California’s median home price posts highest level in nearly five years as intense competition increases
LOS ANGELES (April 15) – Strong sales in higher-cost coastal regions and heated market conditions drove California’s median home price to its highest level in March since May 2008, while inventory shortages continued to stifle home sales, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) reported. .