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$3,950,000  •  10,129.82 acres
Located on the peninsula of Honey Lake, just under three miles west of Herlong, CA, and a convenient one-hour drive north from the thriving Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe area, lies the expansive Heinz Ranch spanning 10,129.82 ± acres in the historically rich Honey Lake Valley of Lassen County. This vast high desert landscape sits at a 4,000 ft elevation, where the Great Basin, the Cascades, and the Sierra Mountains all come together. The property boasts a Honey Lake frontage and approximately a mile of Long Valley Creek. Honey Lake, a basin lake, offers great waterfowl and upland bird hunting opportunities depending on rainfall. Additionally, the land is great for horseback riding and off-road ATVing. The resident herd of antelope and a couple of wild horses add to the unique charm of this recreational playground. Currently, there is an annual grazing lease with a local rancher. The majority of property benefits from the Williamson Act, ensuring reduced property taxes. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • 10,129.82 ± acres of vacant bare land • 3 miles to Herlong, 56 miles to Reno, 32 miles to Susanville • Views of the Sierra Mountains to the south • Honey Lake frontage • Over a mile of Long Valley Creek • Wild horses roam the property • Herd of antelope on the ranch • Recreation: Waterfowl and upland bird hunting, big game hunting, fishing, horseback riding, ATVing, & more • Currently, there is a cattle lease with a local rancher • The majority of the property is in the Williamson Act, which lowers property taxes Variety of uses: • Summer and winter livestock pasture • Alfalfa and well-development • Horse refuge • Off-road racing course • Weapons development and testing • Sierra Army Depot expansion • Drone and airplane testing and development. • Group retreat • Solar field: negotiations would have to be made with the county (in the Williamson Act) • Mineral exploration and development • Geothermal development • Possible conservancy
$10,999,999  •  4,872.24 acres
Located just 40 minutes north of Reno, NV, and five miles south of Doyle, CA, right off Highway 395 in Lassen County lies the historic 4,872.24 ± acre Constantia Ranch. The majority of the property, including the homestead, sits around 4,400 feet in elevation, with approximately 1,180 acres of the ranch situated at the eastern foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains bordering the Plumas National Forest and rising to about 6,000 feet in elevation. The ranch encompasses 1,325 ± irrigated acres and over 3,547 ± acres of dry pasture, making Constantia Ranch ideal for a turnkey high-yielding hay and livestock operation. Water is plentiful on the property with 12 center pivots, 1 lateral, and 4 wheel lines that support alfalfa, corn, small grain, and teff hay crops. There are 6 ag wells, all with variable frequency drives. In addition to crops, the ranch supports approximately 100 pair of livestock over a typical six-month grazing season. Improvements on the ranch include a 4,072-square-foot main home, a 1,382-square-foot caretaker home, a barn, a newer 9,600-square-foot machine and equipment shed, various outbuildings, and a history-rich bunkhouse in need of TLC. With an abundance of irrigated acreage, coupled with a primary residence, caretaker home, and a machine and equipment shed, Constantia Ranch has all the necessary ranching infrastructure needed for a productive agricultural property. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Historic 4,800± ranch • Productive agricultural property • 1,325 irrigated acres • 3,547± acres of dry pasture • 12 center pivots, 1 lateral • 6 AG wells with VFD’s • Alfalfa, corn, small grains, and teff hay crops • Supports 100 pair of livestock over a 6 month season • 4,072 SF main home with a 3 car garage • 1,382 SF caretaker or guest home •. Domestic Spring provides fresh water to homes • Barns • 9,600 SF machine and equipment shed • Various outbuildings • Historic bunkhouse in need of TLC
$5,750,000  •  1,280 acres
1,280 deeded acres 70 acres under Valley Pivot 120+/- Acres under wheel lines Average yield 600 tons +/- 3 Ag wells and 3 domestic wells. Yellow mine/Certa lock irrigation main lines. Average 3 cuttings on irrigated ground, 1 cutting on meadow ground. Cattle- 40 pairs, 4 bulls, replacement heifers, feeders etc., approx. 100 head operation. Main house 4,260 sq ft +/- tastefully combines the the historical portion of the home with the newer addition. 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, office, formal living and dining areas, mud room, laundry room and exercise room. The large country kitchen is open and features a Wolfe range, double ovens and a large griddle. There is an attached 3 car garage and the main house incorporates a historic stone cellar built in the 1860’s. There is a 1,000 sq ft bunkhouse/caretakers cottage, 3bd, 1bth with full kitchen and a 900 sq ft hillside cowboy cabin 1bd, 1bth with full kitchen. Mature cottonwood trees surround the headquarters compound Year round creek provides stock water via 2,000 ft of PVC water lines buried 3-4 ft deep which provides plenty of water for irrigating the immediate grounds around the main house. There are 10 frost free hydrants around the property. Outbuildings include; tack house, pump house, filter room for well water, a 2-stall metal stud barn, 5-stall metal barn with storage room, Historic turn of the century wood barn (roof in process of being replaced), drill pipe corral system with hydraulic squeeze chute and lighting for night time operations. There are two 30’X100’ metal hay barns-each stores apron. 200 tons of hay. Large shop/equipment building. Solar stock water well. Includes deeded water rights out of McKissick Creek through the Long Valley adjudication. Water is abundant on the Ranch.
$3,500,000  •  1,173 acres
1170+/- acre Hay Ranch in Lassen County. Five Center Pivots with alfalfa under two and alfalfa pasture mix under three pivots. 4 Ag wells two of which were recently reconditioned. New well pump on well number 4. NRCS put in main line in 2019 with lower sprinkler heads for water conservation. Pumps are currently on newer diesel motors. Center pivots are electric generators. The ranch is outfitted with pipe corrals, loading chute and cattle scale. There is room for 3000 feeders with water to each pen. On the ranch is a hay barn, 4800 sq ft. metal shop, and 2007 Palm Harbor 4-bedroom 2 bath manufactured home on a Solar panel system. This valley is known for ground water consistency. If you are looking for a hay ranch, this is it! Property Highlights: • 1173+/- acre Hay ranch in Lassen County • 4 Ag wells two of which has been recently reconditioned • Newer engine on pump number 4. Center pivots are electric generators • Newer main line put in by NRCS with lower sprinkler heads for water conservation • Reconditioned irrigation engine • 500 acres under 5 center pivots. Each pivot is pasture plus three more pastures that are fenced • Perimeter has good fencing and cross fencing. • 1400 Sq Ft manufactured Palm Harbor home set in 2007 • Hay barn, 4800 sq ft. metal shop and bunk house • Pipe corrals, loading chute and cattle scales. Room for 3000 feeders with water to each pen • Ground water does not fluctuate • Pumps are currently on diesel motors • No BLM rights to range • Sale is conditional to Sellers IRS 1031 exchange
$995,000  •  950 acres
If you're looking for a special place, with extreme privacy and nothing but nature surrounding you, here it is! 960 acres of mostly native range land with a charming 1392 sf ft. 2 story chalet cabin tucked up against the hillside, capturing amazing views of the valley and mountain range. This peaceful cabin sits within 400 acres on the south side of Grasshopper Road. Fully fenced for cattle grazing. There are several springs on the property, along with two seasonal ponds. These 400 acres can handle about 35 pair from April to November, weather permitting. The meadow area appears to have been dry land farmed in the past. There is a gravel road to the cabin, weaving its way along the outskirts of the meadow. CABIN: You enter the main floor thru a convenient mud room, then into an open space with living, dining and kitchen area. A wall of windows and glass slider opening to open deck capturing the views. Perfect for morning coffee or a refreshing evening beverage watching the star lit skies. The horseshoe kitchen features a double oven, gas cooktop, refrigerator and microwave with nice counter space. One bedroom and one bath are also located on the main floor. The second level has a unique open bath/bedroom concept with area for family room or office, again with wonderful windows and glass slider opening to upper balcony with sweeping views. Luxury waterproof vinyl flooring throughout home, other than stairs. The basement is a delightful surprise and is not included in the square footage of the home. Large open space with concrete floor. Washer, dryer and water heater are located here. A side door opens to carport under deck. The water well is located in a small building just down from the cabin. Historically, the water has never been filtered and is still that way today, fresh from the well! There is a metal storage building that housed the generator before power was brought in. Power is provided by Surprise Valley Electric Coop with the lowest rates in Northern California. Just 2.5 miles West on Grasshopper Road lays the 560 acres on the North side. This property is fully fenced and is solely used for grazing and can run about 25 pair for the season. There are 3 grain bins on the property, throwbacks from earlier years when a neighbor leased the ground. Two gravel pits supply ample gravel to maintain roads with plenty left over. There is a domestic well near the grain bins and an ag well toward the road. The wells are in unknown condition and do not have power. Both sections are in the Williamson Act. Bordering public lands in several areas. The ranch should qualify for land owner deer tags obtained through Fish and Wildlife. While the ranch is a bit remote, it is only about an hour from Susanville, 15 minutes to Eagle Lake and several creeks. This is a place to relax and unwind, enjoy the wildlife including deer, bear, fox, coyote, mountain quail and waterfowl just to name a few. Property Highlights: • 950 acres in the Williamson Act • The ranch can run about 60 pair for the season. • Wonderful two story 1326 sf. ft. two bedrooms, two bath home with large basement. • Power to cabin via overhead powerlines. • Great well water for cabin use or stock water. • Fully fenced for grazing. • Backs up to Public Lands in several places. • Several springs and seasonal ponds. • Should qualify for land owner deer tags obtained through Fish and Wildlife. • Extreme privacy, tranquil setting.
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$370,000  •  228 acres
$425,000
If you're looking for the perfect ranch to get away from the hustle and bustle, this off the grid 228-acre ranch could be what you're looking for. 166 acres of potential irrigated farm or grazing ground. Metal barn for equipment and hay storage plus two manufactured homes in need of repair. The property is located in Grasshopper Meadows, 45 miles North of Susanville and 21 miles South of Adin off HWY 139. Property Highlights: • Ag well has a 125 HP pump ran off a diesel generator. • Providing water for the entire property via mainline and large holding tank on hill. • The property is fully fenced, with cross fencing for animals and currently home to rescued horses. • The remaining 62 acres is on a hillside, capturing wonderful views. • Some which can be graze. • There is a 6000 sq. ft. metal barn for hay storage and equipment. • Two manufactured homes in need of extensive repairs.
$565,000  •  195 acres
Under Contract
This ranch is a low maintenance property that sub-irrigates in the spring. It has great fencing and solar stock water. Easy access for semi's off US Highway 395. It has an elevated road to the back of the ranch. In the fall the hunting club next door turns on the pumps and the water subs over and fills the pond for great duck and goose hunting. Property Highlights: • 195+/- acres • Great Summer ranch for 70 +/- pair • Steel guard rail fencing • Solar pump well with loader tire troughs • Large Powder River corrals • Duck pond • Electricity to the corrals • 195 acre sub irrigated meadow • Seasonal pond • Room for pivots • Could be cut for meadow hay • One hour from Reno
$565,000  •  148.11 acres
Home of Paul Bunyan!.... the 148 acres comprising the Old Red River Mill Site has Robber's Creek running through and breathtaking views of Dyer Mountain. Some of the property has beautiful high elevation meadows backed with healthy pine trees. It is a short walk to Mountain Meadows Reservoir and great fishing or canoeing. There is power to the property. This historic property would possibly make a great small ranch, horse property, or summer camp site with potential for an excellent industrial property as well. 100 years ago the Red River Lumber Company was the largest pine lumber mill in the world employing over 5,000 people and created the company town of Westwood. The mill has been long gone and the property is a golden opportunity in the Lost Sierra area. The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS), a nonprofit that builds and maintains multi-use trails in the region, wants to rethink how its towns do business. The organization developed a Trails Master Plan for Connected Communities, funded by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, which puts forth a vision for a recreation-focused lifestyle through community investment, shared stewardship, economic opportunity and new local jobs. The project includes building a new 600-plus-mile trail system, dubbed the “Lost Sierra Route,” which will ultimately connect 15 mountain towns that span from Truckee northward to Westwood, near where the Sierra Nevada end and the Cascade Range begins. The landscape is nothing short of spectacular and once completed, is sure to become a destination for outdoor adventurists near and far — and a home for all of the business they tend to bring. Property Highlights: • Amazing property with Robbers Creek running through and with the Old Mill Pond • Beautiful setting with unobstructed views of Dyer Mountain • New access onto the property from Delwood Street • Short drive to Lake Almanor • Short walk to Mountain Meadow Reservoir • Close to some of the best fishing in California • Power to the property • Level land with mature pines and some meadow • See Lassen County; Title 18 Zoning P-C for uses • Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Studies have been completed by Sellers
$120,000  •  40 acres
This is a hard to find 40-acre parcel that is surrounded on all sides by the Plumas National Forest. Located in a beautiful hidden valley with mature Pine and Oak trees. Some meadow, more could be created with the removal of willows. This property is home to many trophy upland game animals. The property is located in the trophy X6A deer zone. Property Highlights: • 40 Acres • Beautiful mature Oak and Pine Trees • Located in a Hidden Valley • Surrounded on four sides by Plumas National Forest • Some meadow and sub-meadow springs • Partially fenced • X6A deer hunting zone • Power close to property
$395,000  •  38 acres
Stunning may not say enough for this 40-acre homesite located on the east side of the beautiful Fall River Valley. This unique property has its own little mountain and is one of the highest points in the valley. As you begin driving up the knoll, the views start to come into play, by the time you reach the top, you will be ''star struck''. It takes a while to absorb all the beauty in a panoramic setting. Laying out in front and all around, you can see lush farm ground, ranches, rivers, and surrounding mountains including majestic Mt. Shasta. The house pad has been cleared on top of the knoll, with a circular driveway back to the entry road. Property Highlights: • A permitted leach field is in, you will need to install a septic tank. • Drill a well and bring power to the building site. Or go solar! • Just imagine the sunsets and sunrises, watch the storms come across the valley. • You will most likely get a rainbow or two. • In acquiring this property, you will be the happy new owner to one of the most stunning homesites in the valley.
$595,000  •  10.28 acres
Enjoy country living and beautiful views from this spacious 3-bedroom 2 bath home that sits on 10.28 acres. This home has an open floor plan with original hardwood floors, a newly updated kitchen, fireplace, basement, and upstairs room that could easily be a 4th bedroom. Home was updated with a ground source heat pump in 2014. It also has a wood stove for extra warmth in the winter months. It has a beautifully landscaped yard with big mature trees, perfectly designed flower beds and a small greenhouse for the gardening lovers. A fully insulated 2100 sq ft 2 car garage and shop were built in 2014. It also has a big hay/horse barn with 3 stalls, separate horse pastures, and an ag irrigation well. Owner states that it pumps 50-100 GPM. This is a gorgeous property that would be perfect for the animal lovers, 4-H projects, gardeners, or anyone who wants a big shop to work in. It is within a few minutes of the city limits, close to schools, shopping, and a golf course. This place won’t last long. Country living at its finest! Property Highlights: • 10.28 acres with ag well for irrigation • beautiful hardwood floors • newly added ground source heat pump • newly built garage and shop • plenty of room for animals • large hay/horse barn with 3 stalls • separate horse pastures • close to city limits • beautiful landscaping and flower beds • mature shade trees
$199,000  •  5.1 acres
This property was retained until recently by a large ranching family. This is the diamond in the area, set with year- round Mill Creek running through the property on the western edge. This property is one-third creek and trees, one-third meadowland and the remainder is upland building site. Current owner was entertaining the notion of building a truck stop which is a possibility. The property is in two legal parcels. Possible terms.
$200,000  •  0.8 acres
This is probably the most prime new commercial location in the Susanville area. Located in the city limits and on the main intersection to the three California Correctional Centers. This property receives three shifts of prison guards going and coming each day and several shifts of support staff. What a location for a Starbucks or some other commercial endeavor to service the work force at the prisons. Owner may be interested in joint venture or terms with acceptable conditions. Property Highlights: Located at the intersection of Johnstonville Rd and Skyline Blvd which are the two main routes to the California Correctional Center. Prime location in city limits for a variety of commercial businesses to service California Correctional Center staff and community. Power, natural gas, electricity, phone and computer service are all to property. Sewage is very near. Property is next door to the new Veterans Hospital. North of the property on the new Skyline Blvd there are several new developments planned. The city expansion seems to be trending towards the property. South of the property is also slated for commercial development with Skyline Blvd continuing on to connect with main street making this property in the epicenter of future commercial activity. Property has good visibility and a massive amount of road frontage.
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