6237 Pleasant Valley Rd.
Hours: Sun-Fri 10:00AM-5:00PM closed Sat.
Originally built in 1853 as sleeping
quarters for stage passengers, this historic house has always been
the hub for community activities. Many visitors and locals alike
have passed through the front gate. Today, Hartwick House is home to timeless
antique furniture pieces, vintage patio furniture, yard art, and
unique accents for your home and garden. The courtyard, shaded and
cool in summer, features locally made arbors, trellises, and plant
holders. Hartwick House exudes the spirit of the past, but is filled
with gifts and accessories for today. Celebrating over 10 yrs. in
business. Hartwick House is where you can shop for that truly "One
of a kind... find." Come often, stay long.
Pleasant Valley Road
Mon.-Fri. 10:00AM-6:00PM, Sat. 9:00AM-5:00PM
Full service gunshop
which includes the largest selection of shotguns, rifles, and handguns
in Amador & El Dorado Counties. Buy, sell, trade, and consign. Big
Horn Gunshop also offers new and renewal Carry Concealed Weapon classes.
Dorado Grocery & Deli
6203 Main St.
Hours: M-F 6:00AM-9:00PM, Sat. 7:00AM-9:00PM, Sun.
Rated #1 Convenience & Liquor Store for
2008 and 2009 (in El Dorado County), El Dorado Grocery & Deli, also known as
"Bobby's," is located in an historic building c. 1857.
This friendly store offers a full line of groceries, deli and hot
food, microbrews, domestic and import beers, local wines, as well as
a full line of liquors at competitive prices. A very special
offering includes fine hand rolled cigars maintained in a humidor.
Services such as photo copy/fax, money orders, Western Union, check
cashing and customer loyalty cards are also offered. We are proud to
be a part of the community!
Habitat for Humanity
6168 Pleasant Valley Road
El Dorado County Habitat for Humanity
is a nonprofit, faith based housing organization. Habitat for
Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and
renovate decent, affordable housing. Through a family selection
committee families are selected to help build and ultimately
purchase a Habitat For Humanity Home. These homes are sold to those
in family's with no interest charged. Each family much work a
minimum of 500 " sweaty equity" hours on their home or within the
EDC Habitat organization. EDCHFH ReStore is located in Historic El
Dorado next to the Fire Station. New and used building materials are
donated and then sold to the public. This is a three fold community
support effort 1) individuals & companies donate and received a tax
deduction form 2) items are kept out of our landfills 3) people can
purchase new and used building material at a great price... It's
truly a win-win community effort.