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Own ‘The Christmas Card’ home for $1.3 million in Grass Valley

Here’s your chance to own the home featured in “The Christmas Card,” a 2006 film shot in western Nevada County, and annual Hallmark channel favorite, that continues to bring tourists to town.

This beautiful, spacious quality craftsman home, — the family property of Luke Spelman, a logging company owner portrayed by Ed Asner — is currently listed for sale at 12677 Jack Pine Road for $1.3 million. The 3-bed, 2-bath home, built in 1991, offers 2,750 square feet.

Click here for more photos and information on the home, listed by Emily Menesini and Jayne Sousa of Coldwell Banker Grass Roots.

“All the charm and details of this incredible home for the holidays has been lovingly maintained and enjoyed over the years,” a property description states with the MLS listing. “Stunning over 20 acre park-like parcel overwhelms with beauty. Huge level meadows with babbling streams and bridges blend with the natural background of the forest home to abundant wildlife seeking refuge. A massive great room hosts a living room, formal dining area, TV viewing area and music areas. Soaring wood log walls, skylights and stunning wrought iron features and lighting reminiscent of the movie set. A massive primary wing with a quaint library room, huge master bath and patio access to the hot tub patio overlooking the meadow. The other wing offers two large secondary bedrooms, a full bath and laundry area. The kitchen is the heart of the home with two large islands, skylight and more stunning woodwork and cabinetry. So many fine details that must be appreciated in person. Massive stamped concrete patios wrap the house with handcrafted river rock retaining walls. A three car detached garage with upper level loft to make your own! Owned solar and back up generator. Come create your own sequel in this stunning, unmatched custom home.”



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