As ground in Northern California becomes scarcer, these smaller pieces are becoming more difficult to find. One could use this land to store agriculture equipment or to build a farm shop. This could also be a nice homesite or used to raise a crop.
Of the 162 acres of planted trees: 3.5 acres are pecans.
A good portion of this club is dedicated to preserving waterfowl and wildlife habitat to ensure there will always be live waterfowl living on the club in the future. There are 19 strategic hunting locations (duck blinds) located within the wetland habitat and rice areas.
SOLD - We believe this property could be suitable for a potential walnut or almond orchard. The property could also be suitable for a potential home site. This property is currently being farmed to irrigated pasture.
SOLD IN ONE DAY! This property has been utilized for cash rent and hunting water fowl. A small group of friends and associates got together years ago to create this duck club. This would be a perfect spot for a small group of hunters wanting a private spot of their own.
A good portion of this club’s wetland habitat is dedicated to a wildlife sanctuary, to ensure there will always be live waterfowl living on the club. There are five strategic hunting locations (duck blinds) located within the marsh area, in between the refuge sanctuary areas.
SOLD - The entire ranch is 208.43 assessed acres. The acreage breakdown is as follows: 103 acres of orchard area with approximately 90 acres planted to orchard. There is 75 acres of wetland mitigation ground that is under a permanent government easement which can not be farmed or developed. This 75 acres has been developed into a beautiful duck club and can be hunted for waterfowl as the property backs up to the famous Butte Sink hunting area. There is also about 30 acres of jungle that is not farmed but provides good deer, turkey, dove and pheasant hunting.
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