Property ID : Milicic
For Sale - New $12,995,000 - Agricultural Facilities, Permanent Planting, Vines
J. Milicic & Son Cold Storage - Kern County
J. Milicic & Son Cold Storage – Delano, CA
33398 Woollomes Avenue – Delano, CA. Property is located at the northwest corner of the Woollomes Avenue and Famoso Porterville Hwy intersection in Delano, CA.
+/-19.35 Assessed Acres
- Facility Details
+/-125,000 sq. ft. commercial cold storage facility. The turn-key facility includes an ammonia-based refrigeration system, five (5) pre-cool rooms, nine (9) separate cold storage rooms (five (5) rooms racked), three (3) recessed loading docks, and a +/-12,000 sq. ft. covered receiving area. The property also features +/-2,480 sq. ft. professional office, +/-9 acre fully-fenced yard, and a lined reservoir. The facility is capable of +/-675,000 grape carton storage holding capacity and +/-60,000 cartons per day receiving capacity.
- Equipment Details
The cold storage features five (5) FES rotary screw compressors, two (2) EVAPCO condensers, two (2) high pressure receivers (3,212 gallons each), and a +/-52,000 gallon diffusion tank. There are also two (2) ammonia sampling detection systems and 44,000 pounds of ammonia included. A full equipment report, all compliance reports, and certifications are available upon request.
Property has +/-10 acres of Autumn Royal Grapes on Freedom Rootstock. The vineyard was planted in 2018.
Property is located in Delano-Earlimart Irrigation District and part of Delano-Earlimart Irrigation District GSA. There is one (1) 25HP submersible pump and well for the facility. The pump was recently installed in 2019. There is also a 7.5HP booster pump for the facility and a shared ag well for the irrigation of the vines.
Kern County APN: 049-160-08
+/-66.2% Exeter sandy loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes.
+/-33.8% Grade 1 – Excellent – Wasco sandy loam.
- 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 website at www.sgma.water.ca.gov/portal/ .
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