Property Details

148.7 Ac. Citrus, Orosi - Tulare County

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Property ID : L A Real Estate

Pending $3,969,000 - approx. $26,691 per acre - Citrus, Permanent Planting
148.7  Ac. Print

+/-148.7 Acres Citrus Ranch

  • Size
  • +/-148.7 Assessed Acres

  • Location
  • Northwest corner of Avenue 436 and Road 144. Sitting at the base of the foothills approximately 3 miles northeast of Orosi, CA

  • Plantings
  • +/-69 Acres Valencia planted in the 1960’s with 22 x 22 spacing.
    +/-34 Acres Old Line Navels planted in the 1960s with 22 x 22 spacing.
    +/-14 Acres Fisher Navels planted in the 1990s with 18 x 21 spacing.
    +/-10 Acres of young Lemons.

  • Water
  • Four (4) wells (one shared with neighbor).
    Orange Cove Irrigation District
    Fan Jet irrigation system throughout.

  • Buildings
  • None

  • Soils
  • See attached soil map

  • Legal
  • APNs: 005-170-006, 007, 008 and 005-100-057 – Tulare County

  • Remarks
  • Prime citrus area and located at the base of the foothills. Production records are available upon request. Two (2) sources of water (multiple wells with one (1) shared by neighbor). Fan jet irrigation system throughout.

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Soil Map
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Groundwater Disclosure: The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) requires groundwater basins to be sustainable by 2040. SGMA requires a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) by 2020. Said plans may limit ground water pumping. For more information please visit the SGMA web site at www.sgma.water.ca.gov/portal/

Agent Stephen Schuil

  • Mobile : 559-859-6731
  • CalBRE : 01713755

Stephen is the licensed broker for Schuil & Associates and third generation member of the firm.  Stephen graduated with a…
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Agent Michael Schuil

  • Mobile : 559-859-0034
  • CalBRE : 00798035

Michael Schuil was raised in Dinuba and currently lives in Visalia, CA. He has extensive real estate experience and has…
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