101 +/- acres on (S) bank of Red Bank Creek. Improvements include (2) homes, livestock barn, metal shop, mobile home, AG well w/pump & perimeter fencing. This property may be well suited for an orchard development and a livestock operation. Its proximity to Red Bluff, existing zoning, multiple parcels and paved county road frontage may be valuable for future development. Less than a mile (S) of the city limits of Red Bluff, (s) of Red Bank Creek on both sides of Rawson Road. Metteer Elementary School and Vista Preparatory Academy, both public schools are located on very close to the property.
Homes: The 1925 built home located at 11900 Rawson Road has 1,449 sqft with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The 1948 built home located at 11914 Rawson Road has 1,566 sqft with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The homes are in reasonably good condition and will add value as excellent rentals. A longtime and valued caretaker lives in the singlewide mobile home. Sellers intend to reserve a life estate for this caretaker to continue living in this mobile home.
Outbuildings: 24’ x 30’ shop (720 sqft), concrete floor, power, wood framing, metal siding and roof. 30’ x 50’ livestock barn (1,500 sqft) with a perimeter foundation, wood framing and siding, metal roof. Metal grain bin.
Topography: Level to slightly sloping toward Red Bank Creek, a tributary of the Sacramento River.
Soils: Listing Broker estimates 63 +/- acres suitable for orchard development. The Class 1 soils are Maywood silt loam. The Class 2 soils are Arbuckle gravelly fine sandy loam and the Class 4 soils are Cortina coarse sandy loam.
Water: Flood irrigation water was provided by agricultural well with turbine pump but has not been used for a long time. The sump return system has not been used for many years. 3-phase power is located at SE corner of the property.
Water: Domestic water is provided by second well with submersible pump located (S) of the older home.
Zoning: Tehama County Assessor Parcel Numbers 035-120-003, 005, 006, 007, 009, 010, 013 & 014. Parcels 035-120-003, 007, 009, & 010 are zoned R1-A-B:43. Parcel 035-120-005, 006, 013, & 014 are zoned AG-2. None of the parcels are enrolled in the Williamson Act aka AG Preserve. Current annual property taxes are $2,070.
Mineral Rights: All oil, gas, minerals and water rights owned by Seller to transfer.
Comments: 101 +/- acres owned by a same family for over 75 years. Future property uses include specialty orchards or crops, livestock production and income by renting the homes. Its many potential uses, close proximity to Red Bluff, favorable zoning, multiple parcels and paved county road frontage may combine to make this an excellent investment property.