$800,000 • 200 acres
One of a kind, off-the-grid property is located in the Trinity County area of Hyampom, California. With 200 acres, expansive flat fields and epic views, Hyampom Ranch provides excellent hunting and fishing, exclusive river access, forest, creeks, springs, mountains, and wilderness.
The ranch has access to exclusive road to the recently restored historic Mule Bridge, that swings over the South Fork of the Trinity River. The property is equipped with top of the line solar system and saltwater batteries. Gravity-fed spring water, solar hot water system, satellite internet, and cell phone access. Residences include a main house, and two guest houses plus a workshop, new garage, and a restored barn. There is also a newly constructed 2000 square foot shed.
Power is not an issue with the 48V / 8KW solar system. The cables are buried underground and connect to the saltwater batteries in the power-room in the workshop beside the house. The batteries are Aquion S30s and there are 16 in total which have proven to be more than enough and have stood the test of time.
Spring water system: The best tasting water comes from the mountain springs and this property has more than one. The springs are up the mountain so the benefit of gravity flow is key. If the electricity goes out, there is still water. Two series of poly pipe run down the mountain for back up. If a line freezes or unforeseen problems occur, you can switch the line while repairs are made. Water storage, irrigation, and fire fighting water: There are 10,000 gallons of portable water storage in four 2500 gallon water storage tanks. There are thousands of gallons of water tanks for irrigation or fire defense purposes. Lines have been sent in various directions for agricultural purposes. For fire fighting equipment, the ranch is outfitted with two pumps, a multi-quip with various outputs and a volume pump, lots of fire hose, noses and fittings.
The bountiful orchard has plums, a variety of apples, pears, cherries, and walnuts. Plenty of water spigots located around the yard and gardens to maintain them. The orchard has persimmon, figs, and peaches too! There is a strawberry patch, boysenberries, blackberries, raspberries, and grapes. The circular container is asparagus which is abundant every year. You can virtually live off the land on this wilderness ranch.
Enjoy swimming from multiple access points in the South Fork of the Trinity River, a designated wild and scenic river and one of the last un-dammed rivers in all of California. Exclusive access to the Mule Bridge, the historic bridge over the South Fork is a sight in itself. The multiple creeks on the property are abundant. You can cross directly over Panther Creek on the way to the home sites, and there are multiple little creeks (some seasonal, some underground), throughout the property.
• 200 secluded and scenic acres
• Off grid sustainable living
• River frontage and excellent access
• Main house newly refurbished but needs some TLC
• Recently renovated barn with new plywood floor
• Two guest houses with metal roofs
• Large 2000 sq ft outbuilding w/ Portacool & blown-in insulation
• Two miscellaneous new metal buildings with rollup doors
o Eco-friendly cork floors
o 2 skylights and huge opening windows
o Large custom alder window sills
o New kitchen cabinets
o Stainless steel double sink
o Custom-fit counter-top
o Propane refrigerator and freezer
o Propane stove and range
o Factory finished hardwood floors
o New toilet/bidet sprayer from Italy
o New tile in bathroom
o High-pressure shower
o New trim and baseboard throughout
o New exterior trim and siding
o New drywall ceiling and lights
o Utility sink & tile floors in laundry
o Modern front-loading washer/dryer
o On-demand hot water heater
o All LED lighting, new outside lighting
o 18” of insulation blown into the attic
o Velux skylights
Note: all houses and outbuildings are not permitted, however, the original house was built during the pre-permit era in Trinity County.