This north to south alignment of the property is perfectly situated for the fall and winter flights of thousands of waterfowl each season. If managed correctly with several large sanctuary areas that are never disturbed, an owner would have some of the best waterfowl hunting in the state. Additionally an owner can build a corporate clubhouse or their dream home and hunt their own private wildlife refuge. Other year round activities could include horseback riding, fishing, sporting clays, bird watching, or ATV and bike riding on the property.
PROPERTY SIZE: 2,432 Assessed Acres in Yolo County, California.
LOCATION: This property is located approximately two (2) miles east of the town of Dunnigan. Dunnigan lies on Interstate 5 which is approximately 35 miles north of our state capitol, Sacramento.
INGRESS & EGRESS: The property is easily accessed just south of the town of Dunnigan via County Road 7. County Road 7 lies approximately one mile south of Dunnigan.
TOPOGRAPHY: The entire property is basically flat and consists mainly of professionally developed seasonal marsh. The east border abuts the Colusa Basin Drainage Canal. This canal is a natural flyway for thousands of waterfowl each hunting season.
ASSESSOR PARCEL NUMBERS: The property consists of four legal parcels. Of the four legal parcels there are 14 assessor parcel numbers. Please see the attached exhibits for a breakdown of the legal and assessed parcels.
WILDLIFE EASEMENT: The majority of the property is protected in perpetuity by a Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Wetland Reserve Program easement. The easement protects the property from any future development in perpetuity.
WATER RIGHTS:The property has three (3) wells and three (3) lift pumps. The property also has two licenses and one permit with State of California (Department of Water Resources). The licenses and permits allow for the diversion of water for use on the property. The property also has 2,354 shares with the Colusa Drain Mutual Water Company. Additionally approximately 82 acres is not covered by the Colusa Drain Water are serviced by the Dunnigan Water District. (Please see attached exhibit for explanation of the water rights).
INCOME POTENTIAL: The 83.28 acre parcel is not in the wildlife easement and could potentially be partially developed to permanent tree crops. Given the current prices of various nut crops, the potential income could be substantial if part of the 83 acres is developed to tree crops and managed properly. The soils on the 83.28 parcel look very good for almonds and are attached as an exhibit.
HUNTING BLINDS: Currently there are 17 stand-up wooden blinds and 5 sunken steel blinds. Some of the blinds could be relocated or more added based on the decisions of the new owner.
IMPROVEMENTS: There is a 2,400 sq. ft. metal building on the 83.28 acre parcel that is used as a shop for storage of ATV’s and other equipment. The shop is also equipped with a kitchen and bath with power, water, and septic system.
CLUBHOUSE AREAS: Each of the approximate 800 acre parcels has a 3.5 acre site that is excluded from the easement. The 3.5 acre sites would offer the owner the ability to build a home, clubhouse, or other outbuildings.
ALL OR PART: The owners would prefer to sell the property in its entirety, but they will consider selling the property in approximately 800 acre parcels.
PRICE: $9,000,000 ($3,700 per assessed acre)
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The Teal Ridge Duck Club is one of the last large tracts of land available in northern California with exceptional waterfowl hunting. The property also has good deer, dove and pheasant hunting. The property stretches 4.5 miles from its north to south border and averages a little less than one mile wide over the 4.5 miles.
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