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Land for sale in Hyampom California

$5,000,000 320 acres 5 Beds | 3 Baths | 4500 sqft
9911 Eltapom Creek Rd, Hyampom, CA 96046 - Trinity County

320 acres Hyampom, CA

A truly rare gem in Trinity County known as "Skunk Ranch"! Three parcels combined for 320 acres of Trinity County wilderness, surrounded completely by national forest for a level of privacy almost impossible to find in California! House was extensively remodeled & added on to in 2013-2014 bringing it to a total of approx 4,500 sf with 5 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. The kitchen is amazing with 2 commercial ranges, 2 propane refrigerators, 2 dishwashers, & abundant counter space; this place is set up for hosting large events and/or communal living. There's a master suite on the main level, & 4 bedrooms & a bathroom on the second level. Self-sufficient solar power. Abundance of water with year-round Buckhorn Creek running through the property with
$515,000 17 acres 4 Beds | 1 Bath | 2000 sqft
700 Lower Southfork Rd, Hyampom, CA 96046 - Trinity County

17 acres Hyampom, CA

This beautiful property has 4 bedrooms 1 bath with spectacular views of the mountains and the Trinity River. It has a great sized kitchen for the chef of the house with tiled counters and floors. Relax next to the wood burning fire in the living room during the winter. Covered porch on each side for relaxing and soaking up the views. 2 car garage. It has a barn, pond and a fenced area for your critters. It is zoned RR5 so you can subdivide into 3 parcels if desired.
$190,000 2.12 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1100 sqft
3501 Lower South Fork Rd, Hyampom, CA 96046 - Trinity County

2.12 acres Hyampom, CA

This property offers 2.12 acres of land with two cabins! The cabins are old and do need TLC, but there is power, propane, water and septic! The water is from a spring on the property and there is a drilled well with water that has never been used. The septic systems are old and do need to be replaced per the septic inspection. There are also some issues that need to be addressed so that the smaller cabin can be made habitable. The land is usable and with some work the cabins can be brought back to their former glory! The current owner has opened up the back yard area and has fenced in a garden area. Thanks to a very wet winter the spring is overflowing with water. Put in a storage tank or two and put it to use. It is not often that a prop