35 +/- total acres of class 2 and 3 soils with potential to develop almonds, walnuts, prunes, pecans or crops typical to Tehama County. Previously farmed to flood irrigated pasture and crops benefiting a dairy which is no longer operating. Improvements include (2) homes, outbuildings, irrigation well with electric turbine motor and domestic water well with submersible pump. Between Chico and Orland about 1 mile west of the Sacramento River. From Chico, travel west on Highway 32 to Hamilton City, north on Canal Road, west on County Road 9, north on 4TH Avenue, east about 1/4 mile to property on south side of Post Avenue. 25635 & 25637 Post Avenue, Orland, CA 95963.
Soils: PkA, Perkins gravelly loam, rated Class II by Natural Resources Conservation Service. The class III soils are KpA, Kimball loam and HgA, Hillgate loam. Neighbors have planted these soils to almonds, walnuts or other orchard crops typical to Tehama County.
Topography: The 3 +/- acre farmstead sits back from Post Avenue and is surrounded by the farmland. Listing broker estimates the farmable area within the 5 fields is 31 +/- acres.
Water: Irrigation water is provided by an AG well located in the middle of the property with 20 Hp electric turbine motor and pump with flood bowls. Seller advises that adjacent parcels have shared interest in this well but are not currently utilizing the well. Water is delivered to the fields using underground pipelines. Domestic water for both homes is provided by second well with electric submersible pump.
Homes: The site built house designated as 25635 Post Avenue contains 1,188 SF and was originally constructed in the 1960’s. It has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and is currently occupied. The manufactured house designated as 25637 Post Avenue contains 1,368 SF and was originally manufactured in 1984 and is placed on a soft set foundation. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms plus detached two car garage. It is not currently inhabited.
Outbuildings: Since this property was operated as dairy, numerous outbuildings exist such as the milk parlor, old pole barn, barn and storage sheds.
“AS-IS”: Buyer will observe the homes and outbuildings are subject to deferred maintenance. The property is sold “AS-IS”.
Zoning: Tehama County Assessor Parcel Numbers 091-200-023 (29.40 acres) and 091-200-049 (6.29 acres). AG-4, Valley Floor Agricultural Capay District 40 acre minimum. Both parcels can be improved under current zoning with a single family residence as they are considered to be lawful prior non-conforming uses (grandfathered). The parcels are not enrolled within the Williamson Act. Acreage and zoning provided by Assessor, Buyer to verify.
Possession: Seller requests continued occupancy of the site built home, rent free, for 120 days after close of escrow.
Mineral Rights: Seller to include all owned oil, gas, mineral and water rights.