McAlester Lake Ranch runs 1500 cows. 5 homes & many improvements.
Acres: 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
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The eastern portion of Cortina Ridge Ranch. A beautiful, accessible yet private holding of 8,446 +/- acres, well set up for a cattle operation but also loaded with wild game. Plenty of great spots to situate a ranch home, with views out to the Sutter Buttes. Year-round Cortina Creek runs through the center of the ranch, creating a wide valley.
8,446 +/- acres
Historically runs 700-800 pair for the season
Blue-line Cortina Creek runs through the ranch
Spring water pumped to holding tanks on high ground in summer + runoff tanks for additional water storage
Cross-fenced into 7 pastures
Terrain ranges from valley bottomland to rolling hills with oaks and bluff plateaus
Williamson Act for significant tax savings
Use: The property has multiple potential uses It has historically been farmed to rice. Its adjacent to the Border Tule Duck Club. This club is famous for waterfowl, pheasant, and deer hunting. Due to its location it would be a candidate to be enrolled into the wetland restoration program. This property has the potential to be a great duck club someday.
Soils: The farm is comprised of Class II & IV Soils. Please see the attached soils report for more details.
Water: The property receives water from both Reclamation District 2047 and a deep water well. RD 2047 is the main drainage canal for the west side of the Sacramento Valley. It typically has an uninterrupted water supply.
Leases: There are no leases on the subject property.
Many residents are tired of the fast paced life offered in larger cities. Arbuckle, with its small town atmosphere and easy commutes to large employment areas, is the perfect place to raise a family or retire and enjoy the good life. Arbuckle home values are holding up much better than other markets in the valley. With Arbuckle's low building fees you can afford to build and realize decent profits in today's market. These lotsare located in the Wildwood Estates Subdivision which is the newest and most desirable subdivision in Arbuckle, CA. Wildwood Estates is located in the southwest region of Arbuckle. The eighteen (I 8) finished lots range in size from 8,700 to 13,068 square feet. Sewer, water and utilities are available to each lot.
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Orchard: The varieties are Carrion & Butte. They are approximately 15 years old and are planted on a 1822 spacing.
Soils: The entire farm is comprised of primarily Class II Soils. Please review the attached soils map for more information.
Irrigation: The property is located within Colusa County Water District. The water rates for the 2016 rate are as follows:
Assessments: $33.75 Paid Annually
Per Acre Foot: $103.00/acre foot
Water is supplied to both the home & shop on the subject property via a domestic well. The orchard is irrigated via micro sprinklers
Leases: The orchard is farmed by the seller and is not leased. The home is leased on a month to month basis. The tenant currently pays $950 per month.
Home: 2 bedroom