456 +/- acres used for winter cattle grazing. The ranch is improved with a nicely landscaped custom “ranch style” home and a beef cattle setup for a headquarters base of operations. The ranch sets on the south bank of Red Bank Creek, 4 miles SW of Red Bluff, CA. The property is bordered on the east by Paskenta Road. The address is 11425 Paskenta Road, Red Bluff, CA 96080.
Home: Nicely landscaped custom 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom “ranch style” home built in 2011. It has approx. 1,608 sqft of living space plus attached 529 sqft finished oversized single car garage. Granite counters, hickory cabinets and doors, quality appliances, stained concrete floors plus fire suppression sprinklers. Central HVAC, wood stove plus ceiling fans in each room. Hardy plank siding, composition roof plus wrap around porches on 3 sides of the home. There is also a detached garden storage area fully wood framed, hardy plank sided, composition roof, on concrete slab with roll up door for access.
Outbuildings: The building improvements consist of a hay barn with 372 sq ft studio apartment, 364 sq ft shop with concrete slab floor, equipment storage area, approximately 2,000 sq ft of hay storage, interior tack room with an outside ferrior working area. 576 sq ft wood sided steel roof dog kennel with 18 interior separate steel cages all on concrete flooring with sloped drainage for easy daily cleaning into a separate septic system. All outbuildings set on a slightly sloping well graveled farmstead which provides easy winter time access.
Cattle Facilities: Steel guard rail corrals and feed bunks in exterior perimeter feeding areas at two locations in the corral area. The feed bunk runs are approximately 400 ‘in length. There are 4 working corral areas with a 60′ curved, adjustable lead up to a covered cattle hospital area. Inside the cattle hospital area is a vet supply storage area along with 2 hospital pens for use in calving heifers or addressing sick cattle. Feed mangers and water troughs are installed. The cattle loading area accommodates large semi- trucks all made of steel and concrete. There are 2 stack yard feeding areas located in the middle of the ranch used to store hay for winter supplementation. One yard is 100′ x 300′, the other 80′ x 120’. Both stack yards have perimeter guard rail lined feeding areas where the feed can be stored and fed.
Water: There is a 6 inch cased domestic well located within the farmstead with a submersible pump providing water for the residence and livestock. The tank less system is protected by a wood frame and sided pump house. In the pump house is a large sized air compressor. There is a single reservoir in the middle of the property which is spring fed for year around stock water
Cattle Lease: The ranch is not leased as the owner grazes the pastures with their own cattle. This property would normally lease for $25-30 per acre for a 6 month grazing season between the months of November through May annually.
Topography: The elevations range between 330′ to 400′. The land runs from a low elevation in Red Bank Creek to the highest point being adjacent to its southern property boundary. The land is slightly sloping with minor drains running from west to east draining across Paskenta Road. The property is unwooded with access by vehicle anywhere during summer and most winter months.
Wildlife: Turkey, geese, dove and quail are found within Red Bank Creek.
Mineral Rights: All mineral, oil and gas rights owned by seller are included.
Soils: Per Natural Resource Conservation Service, the soils consist of approx. 6% Maywood Loam Class I, 32% Arbuckle-Perkins Gravelly Loam Class II, 22% Kimball Loam Class III and 30% Corning-Redding Gravelly Loam Class IV. The balance of the land is within Red Bank Creek or unrated. In the past, some of the land has been dry farmed to grain crops.
Zoning: EA-AP (40 acre minimum). It is enrolled in the California Land Conservation Act aka Williamson Act to keep property taxes low. Current property taxes are $1,357 per year. Tehama County Assessor Parcel Numbers 025-100-004-000, 025-100-005-000, 025-160-062-000, & 025-160-063-000. The entire property has a Record of Survey Map recorded in 1962.
Comments: This ranch will make an outstanding headquarters for a local cattleman having the facilities to accommodate all classes of beef cattle. Approx. 180 acres of class 1 and 2 soils maybe suitable for development of orchards or planted to permanent pasture for livestock. The location is just a short drive from Red Bluff and is known for reliable groundwater.