Water View Ranch
Location: Sierra Foothills, Grass Valley, California
Price: Two Parcels – $1,344,000
This rare offering in the historic Sierra foothills features approximately 276 acres of beautiful ranchland with wonderful water and valley views.
The oak-studded property with its rolling hills and wide open meadows is bordered for over a mile by water district land that includes the Camp Far West Reservoir.
Spanning two counties, Yuba and Nevada, the property could become a spectacular home site, farm, conservation project, development opportunity, or remain grazing land for livestock.
The ranchland is contained in two parcels that are accessed from Perimeter Road. The parcels may be purchased separately or together, and have differing county-specific zoning.
The end-of-road privacy, natural beauty, along with the close proximity to a beautiful reservoir with boating, fishing, and more make this property a truly unique opportunity.
The ranch is located about 45 miles northeast of Sacramento California. The nearby towns of Wheatland and Lincoln are just 30 and 40 minutes away respectively with the historic Gold Rush towns of Grass Valley and Auburn less than 50 minutes away.
From Auburn, Grass Valley or areas to the east, travel to the ranch on Highway 49 to Lime Kiln Road, to McCourtney Road, to Perimeter Road.
From the Wheatland or Lincoln area, take Spenceville Road from Wheatland, to Camp Far West Road, to Long Ravine Road, to White Oak Drive to Perimeter Road.
There are two access points to the ranch from Perimeter Road.
The ranch is ideal for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, hunting, four-wheeling, and more. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, quail and other native species.
Camp Far West Lake is a 2,002 surface-acre lake with 29 miles of shoreline. The lake and surrounding South Sutter Water District land offer camping, swimming, fishing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, biking, hiking, and horseback riding.
The lake got its name from a gold rush era immigrant camp that was located just downstream from the present day dam site. Since it was the last camp on the immigrant trail before the 49ers coming from the east reached the Sacramento Valley, it was dubbed, Camp Far West.
NOTICE: Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change orwithdrawal without notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Information regarding land classifications,potential profits, etc., are intended only as general guidelines and have beenprovided by sources deemed reliable, but whose accuracy we cannot guarantee.