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320 acs. Avenue 16 Almonds

$4,250,000Sale Pending

This 320± acre offering is located near Delano, CA. The productive land is being farmed to 312± acres of almonds. This investment offers agricultural income, strong soils, tax benefits and land to help mitigate SGMA.

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277.27 acs. River Ranch

$6,720,000

This opportunity consists of 277.27± assessed acres of spectacular river front land along the north and south forks of the Kings River. The FSA office shows the farm is 262.87± crop land acres. According to the planting map provided by the tenant, the land is planted to approximately 40.8± acres of pluots, 211.8± acres of open farmland, with the balance of the site being roads, levees, home site and unusable land. The property is well suited for permanent plantings and for the longer term, its water rights and location make it a solid investment for the future.

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49.7 acs. Vineyard In Future Development Area

$1,485,000Sale Pending

Land within the Sphere of Influence of the City of Selma, CA consisting of 2 separate parcels. Parcel 1 consists of 19.7± acres of Thompson vineyard and Parcel 2 consists of 30± acres of Thompson vineyard. Owner will consider offers on individual parcels.

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1,030.32 acs. Red Mountain Ranch

$1,890,000

The land consists of 1,030.32± acres and feels even larger due to it’s topography. The land is largely rolling to steep with oak trees predominating in the valleys and sycamore trees lining the streams. Two creeks run through the property. Fish Creek on the western portion and Hughes Creek on the eastern part. The mountain that runs through rises to an elevation of 2,300± feet at the highest point. The ranch has well-maintained perimeter fencing as well as several cross fencing areas throughout the property. The headquarters consists of a Palm Harbor manufactured home with 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, large front deck and detached garage. New roads have been established giving an owner reasonable access to all areas of the property. Livestock graze on several types of grasses, filure, wild oats and several clovers. These grasses usually start growing in the late fall after the first rains and continue until late spring, depending on later spring rainfall.

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