The vast Caliente Ranch consists of nearly 7,300 deeded acres on the eastern edge of Walker Basin in Kern County, California approximately 45 miles east of the county seat of Bakersfield and 135 miles north of Los Angeles. Situated in the Tehachapi Mountains at the convergence of the Sierra Nevada and Sierra Madre ranges, this diverse property features a mix of black oak woodlands, grasslands, chaparral, and pine forests and is home to a variety of wildlife including mule deer, black bear, mountain lion, and a host of bird species that utilize these mountain habitats throughout the year. The ranch borders federal lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and lies within one mile of the Sequoia National Forest. Views across the ranch are spectacular with rugged peaks, rolling foothills, and sharp ridgelines extending in every direction. The ranch is currently used for seasonal cattle grazing, with stock water provided by springs and a well. Cattle also take advantage of an associated federal grazing permit that covers approximately 2,500 acres of adjoining tracts of BLM land. The property is subject to a conservation easement that protects wildlife habitat, open space, and scenic values, while allowing for continued residential, agricultural and recreational uses. Caliente Ranch presents a special opportunity to own a large, contiguous mountain ranch with significant conservation value and natural beauty within a 3hour drive of Los Angeles.
-7,297 contiguous acres with yearround access to Bakersfield and Los Angeles
-Mountain landscape featuring diverse habitat and wildlife
-Elevations range from 3,330 feet along the southern boundary of the property to 5,600 feet at the northern end
-Ranch adjoins BLM and includes a federal grazing permit
-Utilities include power and a water well
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