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Solano County, Ca 394.95 Gross Acres, M/L
INGRESS AND EGRESS From the town of Dixon, California travel north on State Hwy 80 to the Hwy 113 (Rio Dixon Road) turn south on Hwy 113 eight (8) miles to Binghamton Road then north 3.5 miles to Bunker Station Road then south 2 miles on Bunker Station Road to the gate (located on your left).
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Solano County assessor parcel numbers: 0143-230-080, 0143-230-090, 0042-140-010 and 0042-130-080 containing
394.95 acres, m/l.
U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE EASEMENT: 100.00 acres is enrolled in the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Wetland Reserve Program. This easement language states that the property cannot be farmed but must be dedicated to wetlands and waterfowl habitat. The easement allows the owner to graze livestock and retain the hunting rights. The “easement” lands have been converted to a beautiful wetland and upland wildlife area. There are seven (7) duck hunting blinds located on the wetland area.
RIPARIAN WATER RIGHT: There is an old Riparian water right on this property for use of irrigating the entire 394.95-acre property. There is a PG&E powered lift pump located on the Hass Slough that services all of the farm land and wetland area. The 2016 total cost of water to irrigate the irrigated pasture land and duck club was $15,803 or $40 per total acre average. This also included a full wetland summer flood. There is also one additional well that is not presently needed for Ag service, and one domestic well servicing the hunting cabin which could also be potentially used for cattle watering. “Well records available upon request”.
INCOME INVESTMENT CONSIDERATIONS: This property, with its’ approximate 295 acres, m/l of farm land production, will generate a good annual income. The new owner may rent out the farm/ grazing land for cash rent or sharecrop; or may decide to contract with a local farmer to have the fields “custom farmed”. Farm lease arrangements can be completed during the escrow due diligence period, before the close of escrow. Farm yields plus income will be provided upon request. Keep in mind, “corn” growing in adjacent farm land surrounding duck club areas is King. (Not only good income, but a fabulous waterfowl attraction).
RECREATION UNLIMITED: This property is located in one of the best waterfowl hunting areas in the State. This is an area long recognized by avid waterfowlers, and the Federal and State wildlife agencies as a critical wintering area for waterfowl as they make their way down the Pacific flyway during their annual fall migration cycle. Because of this property’s location, northwest of the Grizzly Island Waterfowl Refuge Sanctuary, this long established duck club will always experience a very high quality hunting success and in addition, bass and catfish fisherman can enjoy the property’s miles of frontage along the Hass slough which joins with the Cache slough as it winds its way to the bay.
HOUSING AND STRUCTURES: This property comes with a nice clubhouse of which is the main hunting lodge. There are also several mobile home sites on this property and a metal barn which all add to the improvements value.