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Venice Island Duck Club
#CA237145
San Joaquin, California
1,600.00 acres
With sunset views of Mount Diablo and vast waterways traversing throughout the Delta and ships passing by as they make their way from far-away-lands to the inland Port of Stockton, you pause to take it all in. Venice Island, the greatest secret in the Delta, is a place where simply breathing the fresh air and the touch of the Delta breeze on your face draws you to a place that is a haven for rest and relaxation - for relationship and adventure. A haven that is both luxurious and exclusive, yet casual and friendly. The amenities are impressive. With unparalleled views of the Delta and Mount Diablo, the ± 6,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse is an impressive two-story structure with amenities such as: • Custom hand-carved bar accented with copper and marble • A full commercial kitchen • Expansive upstairs veranda with elevator access • 16-foot wooden dining room table for all to gather • Exercise room with jacuzzi, steam room and sauna • Expansive windows throughout to take in breathtaking views Along the wing of the clubhouse are twelve ± 525 sq. ft. suites for Members and Guests, each with fully remodeled bathrooms. The adjacent guest house has four, ± 400 sq. ft. suites, each with a fully remodeled bathroom, as well as a ± 1,400 sq. ft. manager’s quarters completely remodeled with custom amenities. Operational ± 1,200-acre farm; twelve permanent custom duck blinds, waterfowl hunting, and land maintenance; a private heliport; dock; and boat ramp. Come to Venice Island and come to another world. Travel: A helicopter landing area awaits guests arriving by air, while those arriving by water can moor their yacht and watercraft at the dock. One can go by boat to San Francisco and around the world from Venice Island. A ferryboat provides access to and from the West Shores of Stockton, California. Sporting Benefits: A sports enthusiast dream destination, with world class bird hunting, fishing, boating and water sports. The San Joaquin Delta has some of the highest concentration of waterfowl per acre in the State of California. The Farm: Of the 1,600 available acres of the island, there are ± 1,200 acres planted in corn. It is a fully functioning, income producing farm complete with all the equipment to plant, harvest and maintain. Corporate Retreats: The ambiance of Venice Island Duck Club is the perfect atmosphere for corporate retreats. Whether a one day or multiple day retreat, the accommodations far exceed expectations for a creative, comfortable and adventurous getaway for maximum creativity and limited interruptions. Water Rights: With Water Rights established “Pre1914”, the levees and water drainage within the island are maintained by the Reclamation District. Epic 4th of July Celebrations: Venice Island is the site of the 4th of July Fireworks celebration which brings more than 2,000 boats anchoring on the San Joaquin Deep Water Channel to watch the fireworks. Location: Venice Island is 9.3 miles northwest of Stockton, California and is bounded on the North - and Northeast by Potato Slough, on the Southeast by Little Connection Slough, on the South by the Stockton Deepwater Channel Venice Cut and on the West is the San Joaquin River. This is a truly one of a kind, very private premier waterfowl hunting and farming property among the oldest and best in the State of California. The opportunity to purchase this very attractive recreational and income property is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Exclusively offered by: Patrick Dobson (#01880669) and Phil Johnson (#01006621) Sims-Grupe Management Corp., Inc. • BRE: 00351704 In partnership with Reni Della Maggiore (#00671357) and Alex Toccoli (#01525527) of Bevohn Real Estate CONTACT INFORMATION: Sims-Grupe Management Corp., Inc. veniceisland@sgm1951.com • (209) 478-9200 www.veniceislandduckclub.com Disclaimer: All measurements are approximate. Information provided by Seller or other resources, not verified by Broker. All interested persons should independently verify accuracy of the information on this publication.
$18,000,000
4207 W Linwood Avenue
#CA379290
Stanislaus, California
118.00 acres
118.43 acres in industrial zoning in turlock. This parcel sits in the city limits and in the wisp planned development. Very close to city services and minutes from highway, freeway, and ports. Located near large manufacturing, commercial, and industrial related businesses. User friendly and benefits from this planned development.
$18,000,000
6148 N 99th Highway
#CA376009
Stanislaus, California
360.00 acres
Great location! Hammett RD. OFF-Ramp! Highly Visible 360 Acres along HWY 99. In the works of the current Salida Community Plan. New Expressway Proposed through this property along w/ C2 zoning (General Commercial) w/ designated Business Park & Recreational Areas. There's been some discussion possible Zoning Changes to Residential, Please check w/ County Planners. Currently, Ag Farmed w/ Approx. 273.2 Acres are in the MID water district, suitable for all crops. Also there is a septic & well.
$18,000,000
Ashurst Ranch
#CA309269
San Benito, California
58,154.00 acres
Located in Northern California’s San Benito & Fresno Counties, Ashurst is just 60 miles from Hollister and a 100 miles from San Jose California. Encompassing a massive 27,944 deeded acres with a BLM allotment of 30,210 acres, this property is immense. The ranch supports 4,500 head and most recently, 5,100 head of mix cows and feeders. Headquarters include multiple homes, shops, barns, and livestock support equipment. Water throughout Ashurst comes from several ponds, some seasonal and spring fed. An extensive water system with storage tanks, troughs, springs and small wells, provide livestock and domestic water for the ranch. There are nine oil wells on the property providing oil well income. In addition to the cattle operation, the ranch has outstanding hunting with elk, pigs and deer. *Co-listed with Cushman & Wakefield*PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:27,944 deeded acres30,210 BLM lease58,154 total Grazing acresLast year ranch ran, 5,100 head of feeders and some cowsGreat recreational property with elk, pigs and deer.Oil well income; Nine oil wells on propertyTwo homesTwo sets of corralsFencingIrrigationNicely watered with tanks, troughs and pumps, as well as stock ponds, creeks and springs.49 miles to Coalinga, CA. Fresno International airport is 98 miles.Co-listed with Cushman Wakefield
$17,500,000
1515 Hidden Valley Road Thousand Oaks CA 91361
#CA321500
Ventura, California
22.00 acres
Private and gated approx. 23 acre Equestrian's Dream Ranch. Magnificent South facing views of Boney Mountain and Hidden Valley. The extensive amenities are many, just to name a few, The ESTATE HOUSE: appox. 9000 sq. ft. 5 bd. 7 ba. Gourmet kitchen, breakfast room with 270 degree view. Turn key move in ready. Spectacular patio area for entertaining with pool, cabana/changing room, BBQ area and lighted tennis court. Attached carport with 5 car garage. GUEST HOUSE: 2 bd. 2 ba. recently remodeled.EQUESTRIAN FACILITY: 24 stall center isle barn approx. 17,000 sq. ft. 2 bathroom with showers,meeting room, 3 offices, 2 tack rooms, feed room, kitchen, 3 grooming stalls and 4 wash racks, 6 stall automated walker
$15,900,000
511 Ohlone PKWY WATSONVILLE CA 95076
#CA326724
Santa Cruz, California
11.00 acres
Presenting Hillcrest Estate, an 11+ AC, 150 lot, approved subdivision, located in a highly desirable neighborhood on California's Central coast in a new development area referred to as "Green Valley Corridor" and "Errington Road/Clifford Drive Corridor", this is not your typical Watsonville development. There are 4 phases uniquely positioned for views of Harkin's Slough from the exterior lots and boasting views of the Monterey Bay in the distance from the West side of the development. Phase 1: 24 duplex townhomes and15 row home townhomes. Phase 2: 16 duplex townhomes and 20 row home townhomes. Phase 3: 16 detached homes and 28 row home townhomes and Phase 4: 7 detached homes and 24 row home townhomes. 30 will represent affordable housing. Construction doc have been submitted to the city and are included in the sale price. Approx. 6 miles from beaches and walking distance to schools, shopping centers, restaurants & entertainment. Includes APN 018-381-01. Joint Venture Only
$15,000,000
12503 S Highway 59
#CA380027
Merced, California
477.00 acres
477.4 acre almond ranch with outstanding production. Plantings range from 13 years to newly planted. Irrigation water supplied by pump and well with Merced Irrigation District secondary water available.
$13,950,000
Reservation Ranch
#CA456086
Del Norte, California
1,668.00 acres
The Reservation Ranch is on the market for the first time in over 150 years. This 1,668-acre working dairy ranch provides a multitude of opportunities the ranch can go in. The new owners can continue to run it as a dairy ranch, run as a cattle ranch, grow pasture, plant and grow Easter Lilies, create an organic producing ranch, or even a hunting and/or fishing club, all providing excellent income opportunities. The historical ranch features three miles of river frontage of the incredible Smith River, which is known as “California’s last wild river” with trophy salmon and steelhead weighing over 20 lbs. Not only do you enjoy California’s best salmon and steelhead fishing, but the exquisite surrounding scenery of giant redwoods and diverse wildlife. There are excellent water rights and 3 wells. Abundant water, a comfortable climate, and healthy annual rainfall produce year-round vibrant green pastures.The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife, including Roosevelt elk, deer, ducks, and geese. Several sloughs create a vibrant estuary ecosystem. This is a true sportsmen’s paradise! Reservation Ranch is truly a multi-dimensional property. Offering an established dairy operation, room to expand into a variety of interests, and in a location that’s beyond compare.The current owners have enjoyed the ranch for more than 6 generations, creating local jobs, protecting wildlife, and making memories for to last lifetimes for those lucky enough to experience it. It is time for a new steward; choose your legacy that will last for the next generations to come.PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:Owned by the same family since the 1850sWater:Three miles of incredible Smith River frontageSmith River: known as California's "last wild river" with outstanding fishingExcellent water rights and climate for year-round green pasturesMain riparian water pump from Smith River plus three wellsGood preventative dyke system built in the 1960sIrrigation:Roughly 1/3 irrigated by wheel lines and the other 2/3 via hand linesExcellent soil: Class 5, 4, & 1Cattle/Dairy:580 Dairy (Holstein / Jersey cross) cows- contract with Rumiano Cheese Co.Plus 100 dry cows all supported by 1,300-acres of irrigated pasturePlantings:80-100 acres leased annually for the production of Easter Lily bulbsRecreation:Roosevelt elk, deer, ducks, geeseGreat duck and goose huntingIncredible Fishing on Smith RiverLarge trophy Salmon and Steelhead over 20 lbsFamous fishing hole on the mouth of the Smith RiverSeveral sloughs with a vibrant estuary ecosystemPlenty of trails in the area for coastal views, spotting wildlife, and various plant speciesImprovements:Massive metal shop / covered grain bins (features an office & mechanic pit)Four large feeding barns, a large calving barn, and a milking barn with 16 stallsBottling Plant/ DockThree homesBunkhouse for hired handsTrailer park next to Smith River currently used to house employeesThree above ground fuel tanks (gas & diesel)
$12,950,000
Pritchard Sumner Ranch
#CA262970
San Luis Obispo, California
8,525.00 acres
PRICE JUST REDUCED. NOW $9,995,000. First homesteaded in the 1860s, the 8,525-acre Pritchard-Sumner Ranch is rich with history and now available for purchase for the first time in over 150 years. Operated as a cow-calf cattle busines for 47 years, the Pritchard-Sumner Ranch is completely outfitted with cross-fencing, pastures, and troughs, plus over 80,000 gallons of water storage and miles of pipeline to distribute water all throughout the Ranch. The Pritchard-Sumner Ranch is complemented with a freshly remodeled ranch-style home, barns, historic buildings, juniper trees, and a variety of wildlife.
$9,995,000
Lava Lakes Ranch
#CA453058
Siskiyou, California
5,329.00 acres
Located in the presence of 14,000 foot Mt. Shasta in northern California’s Shasta Valley, Steven Seagal’s 5,329-acre Lava Lakes Nature Preserve is a hidden and private paradise. Its seven beautiful lakes are home to numerous species of waterfowl, deer, bass and upland birds that thrive year-round in the safety and privacy of the ranch. The acreage is a beautiful mix of lush irrigated meadows, wild wooded uplands and spectacular rock formations. The massive 14,063 sq.ft. Tennessee white pine square log residence overlooks Barton Lake and has imposing views of Mt. Shasta. The impressive gated estate contains 9 bedrooms and 10 baths, an extensive water system and a backup generator for off-the-grid dependability. There is an additional 4,200 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 3-bath home nearby with 2-bedroom, 2-bath guest house, barns and corrals. Lava Lakes Ranch is currently operating as a nature preserve and working cattle ranch that supports 200+ pairs year-round. The nearby town of Mt. Shasta offers excellent cuisine, art galleries, golf and the hospitality of one of the nicest resort towns in the west. Location and Area One of California’s hidden treasures is northern California’s Shasta Valley. The valley lies at an elevation of 2,600 feet just south of the Oregon border and is predominantly cattle ranching and hay production. The high mountains surrounding the valley provide the summer water for irrigation of the area’s lush pastures and fields. Streams and creeks flowing through the valley are tributaries to the mighty Klamath River. The spectacular scenery is dominated by the dramatic Mount Shasta which rises to 14,000 feet and is snowcapped all year with glaciers on the Shasta Valley side The small alpine village of Mt. Shasta is 30 minutes from Lava Lakes Ranch. Reminiscent of the early ski towns of Colorado, the town has fine restaurants, art galleries and quaint boutique shops. Mt. Shasta’s thriving health food market and restaurant serve as a favorite community gathering site. The city of Yreka with a population of 8,000 is also about 30 minutes away and is the shopping hub of the valley with supermarkets, restaurants and outlets. Three modern cities with all amenities are 1 ½ hours from the ranch: Redding (south of the ranch), Medford (north of the ranch) and Klamath Falls (northeast of the ranch). The town of Ashland, Oregon, well known for its Shakespeare festival, is less than one hour north of the ranch. Lava Lakes Ranch is 20 minutes from two airports: Weed Airport is accessible for small planes with a 5000’ x 60’ runway at 2,938’ and the Siskiyou County Airport, originally built for the military, has a 7940’ x 150’ runway at 2,648 elevation. For commercial service, Redding has commuter flights to San Francisco provided by SkyWest and United Express. Medford supports flights to all parts of the country and is serviced by Alaska, United, Allegiant and Delta. Operational Considerations The ranching portion and the cattle facilities at Lava Lakes Ranch are currently leased to a local cattle rancher on a year to year basis. The ranch runs 200+ mother cows year around. Approximately 300 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures are used from May 15 to Dec. 15. The balance of the ranch is non-irrigated uplands that pasture the cattle primarily in the spring. This allows the cattle to be off the irrigated acreage until May 15to establish the grass for the summer-fall season. The upland pastures have three wells on solar pumps and tank storage for stock water. The ranch is perimeter fenced with cross fences to separate pastures. Cutting hay on the irrigated pastures is an option, but the ranch has not been hayed for many years. There is a good road system throughout the ranch to access pastures and move livestock. Water Approximately 120 acres of the ranch are in the Big Springs Irrigation District: a district is based on two large wells drilled at the head of a massive natural spring known as Big Springs. This very secure and reliable water currently costs under $30 per acre foot. The balance of the 300+ irrigated acreage is watered from a large spring located on the ranch. All is flood irrigated through a series of ditches. There are wells near the guest home and at the main house for domestic use and irrigating around both houses and three wells that service the livestock operation. Improvements The main buildings at Lava Lakes Ranch are surrounded by nature and free of access to others providing profound privacy and solitude. The small portion of the ranch on the south has an access road to the Nature Conservancy’s Nelson Ranch. The Estate The imposing 14,063 sq.ft. Main House was built on a grand scale with huge vaulted ceilings, exposed hewn log interiors, massive view windows and a roof lined with solar panels. Built of Tennessee white pine square-cut logs, the nine bedroom, ten bath residence overlooks Barton Lake, one of seven lakes on the property. Stone and wood floors throughout the house lead to bedrooms with porches and decks, inviting gathering spaces and cozy rooms with privacy. An extensive water treatment system, backup generator, huge solar display and attached greenhouse attest to the mindful energy efficiency that went into building the estate. Surrounded by nature and accessed via a gated and private road, the main house offers the utmost seclusion. Olander House Complex – The Olander House complex is approximately one mile from the estate and includes the original ranch home, a guest house with a covered carport entry, a separate two-car garage, two small horse barns and a shop/hay storage building. Olander House– This two-story, 4,200 sq.ft. home has three bedrooms and three baths. Built in the late 1980s, this home has a thoughtful layout and is situated on a part of the ranch that overlooks the meadows and has stunning views of Mt. Shasta. The original ranch house on the property, Olander House has custom woodwork, cabinets and beams throughout. The kitchen is the heart of the house with a family room nearby to entertain guests. Guest House – A two bedroom, two bath guest house in close proximity to the Olander House is currently used for ranch hands. Barns – Two small horse barns, one with tie stalls and two box stalls, have large attached pens. A 30’ x 60’ combination shop and hay storage building includes a tack room. Recreation Hunting: Wildlife on the ranch, including mule deer, antelope, turkey and quail, has been protected by the owner. The lakes on the ranch attract ducks and geese in the fall. The water is lined with cattails and tules providing classic waterfowl hunting. Fishing: The ranch is a hub for some of the most noted fishing available on the west coast. Thirty minutes to the north is the mighty Klamath River with its renowned runs of salmon and steelhead. The upper Sacramento River, which starts out of Mt. Shasta and flows southerly to Lake Shasta, is considered a premier trout stream. To the southeast of Mt. Shasta, the legendary McCloud River boasts a famous strain of rainbow trout. East of McCloud, the Fall River is one of the finest spring creeks in the nation. About 1 ½ hour from the ranch, the Rogue River in Medford, Oregon, is a noted salmon and steelhead river. Skiing: Built in 1985, Mt. Shasta Ski Park is the newest winter resort in California and one of the newest in the entire United States. The ski resort encompasses 425 acres with 32 trails for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers, three triple chairs and two moving carpet lifts. Shasta Lake: Shasta Lake is the largest man-made reservoir in California and one of the largest lakes in the western United States. When full, its 365-mile shoreline exceeds that of San Francisco Bay. Shasta Dam is the second largest and tallest concrete dam in the United States. Shasta Lake offers excellent fishing, hiking, lodging, boating, skiing, shopping and restaurants.
$10,900,000