Why live here?

Visitors to far Northern California will find Shasta Lake to be the crown jewel of our state. With nearly 370 miles of shoreline, there is something for everyone. There are dozens of resorts, and the lake is known for recreational watersports, houseboats, and fishing.

Bridge Bay in Summer by Skip Murphy of The Address Realty

Bridge Bay in Summer by Skip Murphy of The Address Realty


Surrounded by the rugged Shasta Trinity National forest, camping is available throughout. Tours of amazing Shasta Caverns are available year round. Rivers and streams that feed the lake are known the world over as premiere destination fly fishing destinations. Tours of spectacular Shasta Dam itself are available.
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Nearby Redding California offers full amenities to travelers, and the unique Sundial Bridge. Take time while there to visit the adjacent Turtle Bay Exploration Park, with its 80 acres of natural beauty, and many natural science attractions. The Sundial Bridge connects to Redding’s extensive Sacramento River Trail system. With over 200 miles of trails within 10 miles of Redding, you’ll easily find a hike or bike adventure.
A Sundial Bridge Sunset. Connects to the McConnell Arboretum and Sacramento River trails.

A Sundial Bridge Sunset. Connects to the McConnell Arboretum and Sacramento River trails.


Locals know that nearby Whiskeytown Lake offers qualities that define the best of the Northstate, like the hike to Whiskeytown Falls.
Locals know nearby Whiskeytown Lake offers excellent sailing, kayaking, camping, and trails.

Locals know nearby Whiskeytown Lake offers excellent sailing, kayaking, camping, and trails.

Why just visit when you can live here? Our region offers some of the lowest cost of living in all California.
Redding from air
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The Address Realty
Erin Murphy - Broker
CalBRE #01710206
Skip Murphy - REALTOR
CalBRE #01423715
Office (530) 244 7603
Mobile (530) 356 4500
TheAddressRealty@gmail.com