As it would be impossible to adequately describe this unique property in this brief overview, interested parties are encouraged to request a personal tour. Only then can one truly appreciate what has been created and preserved on this beautiful Northern California land holding.
The “Butte Sink” area of Sutter County provides important habitat for resident waterfowl and for wintering of migratory waterfowl. The wetlands and marshes of the Butte Sink play a critical role in maintaining California’s waterfowl populations.
These areas, which include part of the Graylodge Wildlife Management Area and privately owned duck clubs, account for 18,000 acres of natural wetland habitat. This is an historic, classic, Butte Sink duck club. It currently operates as an LLC, with 7 member/owners. The “Butte Ranch” provides a very high quality experience of waterfowl, upland game bird, and monster Columbia blacktail buck hunting.
The Little Dry Creek Duck Club is located in the hottest area for waterfowl hunting in California today. Both the Little Dry Creek Refuge and Howard Slough Refuge are managed extremely well to attract and hold waterfowl throughout the hunting season. It is a known fact that many of the birds who used to travel south along Butte Creek to many famous clubs in the Butte Sink now stop and stay in the Upper Butte Basin. The famous clubs in the central part of the Butte Sink have seen their hunting success diminish in recent years while the Upper Butte Basin has had phenomenal hunting success. Please call now to schedule a private showing of one of the best duck clubs in California.
This 58 acre farm has been laser leveled into three (3) separate individual elevations with seven (7) fields that are all fenced and cross-fenced All of the fields are irrigated via underground pipelines connected to the Ag well. These irrigated permanent pastures are presently being used for a very successful registered cattle (cow/calf) operation. This is very high quality farm land that has excellent soil and water. The highest and best use for this farm would be to plant an orchard.
The 10 acre property is mostly flat and usable. There are great views of Blue Canyon and Lake Spaulding.
There is a variety of wildlife on the property. Deer, bear, mountain quail, and band-tailed pigeons have all been sighted on the property.
80 Acres, M/L, in Butte County, California.
The property borders 500 acres BLM land above Big Chico Creek near Cohasset, CA.
There is a variety of wildlife on the property. Deer, bear, turkey mountain quail, and band-tailed pigeons have all been sighted on the property. Possible pigs, good pig habitat.
Excellent opportunity to purchase existing walnut orchard!
40.2 assessed acres in Sutter County.
Mature trees that are great producers.
Pleases contact Stromer Realty today so that we can show you this property.
This potential Orchard Land is situated on the south side of County Road 4 and the north side of County Road 7 in Glenn County, California. The property also lies approximately two miles north of the small town of Hamilton City and just east of the Sacramento River.
SOLD - 11.89 Acres that provides over 1,330 feet of superior Highway 99 Frontage. According to the most recent traffic volume study by Caltrans, an estimated 17,000 cars travel past subject property on a daily basis. With the numerous permitted uses, superior location and volume of daily traffic, this property has an endless amount of potential.
This 34.1 acre M/L property is located less than one-half mile from the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge.
This very large federal refuge holds thousands of wintering waterfowl each year plus a very large snow goose population.
Pheasant and deer were also found on the property. There is good access to the Sacramento River and nearby public lakes for fishing.