County Line Farms 150.2+/- Acre Rice Farm & Duck Club
Location: From Interstate 5, go East on Countyline Road for 3.5 miles. Make a left immediately before the vineyard, through the pipe entry way. Drive for 0.5 miles and head East immediately after the first home on the east side of the road. The road will take you though a white gate. Go north past the white gate. The subject property in .25 miles on the East side of the road.
APN#: Colusa County Assessor Parcel Numbers: 022-200-056 & 022-200-057
Use: The property has multiple potential uses… It has historically been farmed to rice. It’s adjacent to the Border Tule Duck Club. This club is famous for waterfowl, pheasant, and deer hunting. Due to its location it would be a candidate to be enrolled into the wetland restoration program. This property has the potential to be a great duck club someday.
Soils: The farm is comprised of Class II & IV Soils. Please see the attached soils report for more details.
Water: The property receives water from both Reclamation District 2047 and a deep water well. RD 2047 is the main drainage canal for the west side of the Sacramento Valley. It typically has an uninterrupted water supply.
Leases: There are no leases on the subject property.
Oil, gas, & Mineral Rights: All oil, gas & mineral rights owned by the seller will transfer to the buyer at the close of escrow.
Taxes: The property is not enrolled in the Williamson Act. The property taxes will be approximately 1% of the purchase price
Price: $1,727,300 or $11,500 per acre
Terms: Cash at the close of escrow
Comments: This property is located along the west side of the 2047 canal. This area is becoming one of the most productive flyways in California. Not only is it known for premiere duck hunting; phesants, deer, and dove are in abundance. Please call Charter Realty for a private showing today!