Additional APNs:051-190-04, 051-190-06, 051-190-24, 051-190-14, 051-250-01, 051-250-02, 051-170-08, 051-170-09, 051-170-10, 051-160-11, and 051-160-12.Tulare County APN: 342-070-002.Kern County and Tulare County Ranches can be sold together or separately.This has been a family-operated cattle ranch for several years. The property consists of rolling hills with an elevation of approximately 725ft. to 1,260ft. The north parcels have large granite rocks and oak trees. The owner has done an excellent job of maintaining the property. There are some creative opportunities that a new buyer may want to consider, such as, growing pistachios (there is a pistachio orchard next door), a solar farm (there are large power lines that cross the property), create conservation easements (the owner has spotted kit foxes), granite mining (there is a small unused granite mine off of HWY 155), or a potential hunting lodge (several wild hogs can be seen in the fall). Mineral rights are not included on a portion of the property.Kern County Ranch: Stock water for the Kern County is primarily provided by three (3) springs, with the main spring called Coyote Spring.Tulare County Ranch: Stock water is provided by the White River. There is one (1) well with a pressure tank and a 10,000 gallon holding tank. The owner currently shares some of the water with an adjoining neighbor. There is a seasonal river that runs through the property.
Listing Agent: Michael Schuil Courtesy of: Schuil & Associates Listing Information provided courtesy of the Fresno MLS/Association of Realtors. All data, including all measurements and calculations of area, is obtained from various sources and has not been, and will not be, verified by broker or MLS. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information. Updated: 28th October, 2021 11:54 AM