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Kasey Stewart
Western Agricultural Real Estate

Highlighted Properties of Kasey Stewart with Western Agricultural Real Estate in Redding, CA

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$850,000 15 acres
8310 Maynard Rd, Palo Cedro, California 96073 - Shasta County

TBS Ranch

Purchaser to honor all contracts. The Historic TBS Ranch is an enchanting place where rustic elegance meets modern day. The beautifully landscaped grounds are great for weddings or corporate events. The TBS Ranch offers rolling, grassy hills dotted with graceful, mature oak trees. The indoor event facility is housed in the large classic barn with shabby chic dcor; can be used for dining and allows events to be held year round, rain or shine. The TBS Ranch is centrally located just south of downtown Palo Cedro. The property consists of one 15 acre parcel and two year around ponds. This is a great opportunity to own an established business in one of Shasta County's best communities.
Kasey Stewart Western Agricultural Real Estate
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$799,000 760 acres
6134 Brownell Lava Bed Road, Tulelake, California 96134 - Siskiyou County

Brownell Lava Bed Property

The Brownell Lava Bed Property is located on the California-Oregon border in northern Siskiyou County. The property contains 760.00 total acres, with 130.00 of those acres currently irrigated. The property currently had their water tested in 2015. The water samples are on file. The well was tested in 2015.The static water level is at 98 and the well was tested at 1,500 GPM at 1,500 feet.One older vacant home that does not contribute any value to the property. CERTIFIED ORGANC
Kasey Stewart Western Agricultural Real Estate
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$1,249,500 121.53 acres
Anderson, California 96007 - Shasta County

Fort Reading Ranch

The historic Fort Reading Ranch is located along Dersch Road in southern Shasta County. The property is located along the southern portion of Cow Creek. The property contains irrigated pastures and is used for a combination of hay and livestock production. The property improvements include one 6,132 sq. ft. hay barn, a scale house and corrals. The property is utilized for a combination of livestock use and hay production. The hay is harvested off the pastures in the late spring and stored in the hay barn. Hay production in 2016 was reported at 322 bales at 1,300 pounds each. The estimated annual hay production on the subject property is 200 tons, or approximately two tons per acre. The pastures are then irrigated and livestock are moved
Kasey Stewart Western Agricultural Real Estate