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Olen Zirkle/Mike Kuppenbender
Olen Zirkle/Mike Kuppenbender
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645.69 acres in Fresno County, California

Highway 198, Coalinga, California 93210 - Fresno County
$750,000 645.69 Acres
Property ID 3175050

Description

2 parcels of land totaling 645.69 acres located approx. 16 miles west of Coalinga,CA in Fresno County on Highway 198. This cattle ranch offers both the rancher a place to run cattle & a place to hunt trophy black tail deer & wild pig. Upland game birds can also be enjoyed such as quail, dove & turkey. A seasonal stream meanders through the property. Large oak trees with open meadows & fantastic views all add to the beauty of this property. A quaint cabin with running water & wood burning stove.

Directions

Call listing broker for directions. Shown by appointment only. Allow a few days in advance to tour property. From Coalinga, CA take Highway 198 about 16 miles west toward Highway 101.

Land

Easements
Access

Miscellaneous
Corrals

Road Frontage Desc
Dirt

Type of Fence
Barbed Wire

Game
Dove
Hog
Quail
Turkey

Present Use
Agriculture

Street/Utilities
Private Road

Lot Description
Acreage
Horses Permitted

Proposed Use
Agriculture
Grazing
Hunting/Fishing

Topography
Varied

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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