This 204 acre property has it all. Beautiful views of the snow capped mountains and gently sloping oak covered grasslands that would be perfect for horseback riding, 4 wheeling and running livestock. 2600 ft of a riparian corridor provides for an abundance of wildlife such as blacktail deer, bear, wild pigs, bobcat, quail, dove and predator hunting. The ranch is located in the heart of Tule Elk Country. The world record Tule Elk was found on the property. Come see this beautiful property and only 161 miles from San Francisco. *Owner will carry.
This 204 +/- acre property is located in Glenn County about 2 miles from Stonyford, CA. This is a beautiful property that currently holds the World s Record Tule Elk Boone - Crocket Typical American Elk.
The property is only 105 miles to Sacramento and 161 miles to San Francisco. The ranch is framed on its sides by the Coastal and Sierra Nevada Mountain ranges. The property can be served by the Glenn County airport in Willows, CA about 36 miles from the ranch or commercial flights out of Sacramento. The closest town for your basic needs would be Stonyford which has a store, gas station and restaurant. Willows has a Wal-Mart and a critical access hospital offering inpatient, outpatient and rural health clinic services.
Dry Creek flows through the property for over 2600 ft with the property taking up both sides of the creek. The creek provides for a wonderful riparian corridor filled with trees, animals and wildlife. The house is serviced by a well that has been more than adequate. The owners estimated that the well is 40 feet deep and about 3-4 gallons per minute.
The modular home was built in 1986 and has three bedrooms and two baths. Generously remodeled with new flooring, counter top and sink, new stove top and stove hood, pellet stove, new toilets, freshly painted inside & out including exterior of the shed, garage, and front deck. There is a detached 2 car garage with work bench area, pump house, large metal 4 car/storage building, enclosed on 3 sides. In case of a power outage, the home is set up to run on a generator which is sold with the house/property.
The owners are not hunters and have never allowed hunting on the property so there is abundance of wildlife such as blacktail deer, bear, wild pigs, bobcat, quail, dove and predator hunting. The ranch is located in the heart of Tule Elk Country. The world record Tule Elk was found on the property. The Elk herd lives on and travels through the property mostly during late summer, fall and winter. To hear them bugling is a sound you will never forget.
The topography is fairly flat as you drive into the ranch at 1110 ft elevation. There are some gradual slopes and you get to the highest point at the eastern portion of the ranch at 1200 ft elevation. Dry creek flows through the northern portion of the property.
The property consists of one parcel. APN# 014-33-024 is 204 acres. The property is zoned Agricultural Preserve and is in the Williamson Act.