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161.8 acs. Madera Pistachios & Reservoir

$2,995,000

Subject property consists of four separate parcels planted to 80.9± acres of pistachios, 56.43 ± acres of open ground currently planted to wheat, and 24± acres of an irrigation reservoir. The pistachio acreage recently added new single line drip installed in 2020 with 1-gallon emitters at 48” spacing, and there is a 750 square foot metal shop for storage.

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226.04 acs. Santa Barbara Orchards

$8,320,830Sale Pending

The Santa Barbara Orchards properties consist of five (5) separate ranches situated in a prime fruit growing region between the city of Parlier and the community of Del Rey. The 226.04± assessed acres include treefruit, citrus, quince and a packing shed. All ranches are located in Consolidated Irrigation District and also include irrigation pumps and wells. The Del Rey and South Riverbend Ranches have Church Water Rights(117.99± acres). There are two employee houses Riverbend South Ranch and on the packing shed parcel. The owners preference is to sell the properties as a package, though will consider offers on individual ranches.

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236.39 acs. Adams Ave. Almonds & Pistachios

$7,140,000Sale Pending

40± acres of pistachios planted in 2006 with 19’ x 17’ spacing. 200± acres of almonds planted in 2006; ½ Nonpareil with 18’ x 22’ spacing and ½ Monterey with 22’ x 16’ spacing. Pistachio rootstock all UCB-1 grafted to Kerman and Peters (male).

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252.21 acs. U C Tulare Property Sealed Bid

$6,080,000

A unique opportunity to invest in 252.21± acres of open land located within the 2035 Urban Development Boundary of the City of Tulare. The site has good access with on and off ramps to Highway 99 and over 1/3 mile of freeway frontage. The property is currently zoned for agriculture with soil suited for a variety of permanent crops, though it also has potential future development into industrial and highway commercial uses. There are no operating groundwater wells on the parcel, however, Lower Tule River Irrigation District entitlement is included on 112.12± acres of the property. The owner is The Regents of The University of California. Consequently, the State of California mandates the property be sold by a sealed bid auction in accordance with The Stull Act. The bid process is described in the brochure.

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