Property ID : Merritt
For Sale - New $14,525,933 (+/-$990 per acre) - Grazing Land, Horse Property
The Hershey Ranch - Tulare County
+/-14,672.66 Acre Hershey Ranch
Property is located two (2) miles northwest of California Hot Springs. Access to the ranch is by Deer Creek and Old Control Road, which are county maintained gravel and dirt roads.
+/-14,672.66 Assessed Acres
- Property Description
Property has been utilized as a cattle ranch. The entire ranch is perimeter fenced and cross fenced in 11 main pastures and 13 smaller gathering fields. Vegetation consists of native annual grasses, oak trees, pine trees, sycamore trees, and some brush.
Property has two (2) drilled wells and one (1) Artesian well. There are multiple springs and creeks located throughout the property.
Year Round Creeks: Deer Creek, Rube Creek, Tyler Creek, and Cold Springs Creek.
Seasonal Creeks: Gordon Creek, Gibbons Creek, Cain Springs Creek, Moton Flat Creek, Column Creek, and Cattle Creek.
There are two (2) homes on the property. The main +/-3,024 sq. ft. home was built in the 1920’s. The home has six (6) bedrooms, two (2) bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and living room. The employee home is +/-1,040 sq. ft. and has two (2) bedrooms, one (1) bathroom, a kitchen, living room, and dining room.
The property also has a +/-336 sq. ft. tack room, a storage shed, a +/-3,000 sq. ft. barn, and five (5) working corrals.
Topography varies from moderately rolling to very steep. The elevation on the ranch ranges from 1,400′ to 4.500′. See ‘Topographic Map’ for details.
Property is zoned AF – Foothill Agricultural Zone. All land is enrolled in The Williamson Act.
Soil Maps are available upon request.
Tulare County APNs: 325-070-011, 325-080-004, 325-080-013, 325-090-015, 325-090-017, 325-090-018, 325-100-018, 325-110-009, 325-110-012, 325-110-013, 325-120-015, 325-120-016, 325-130-005, 325-140-003, 325-210-018, 325-210-051, and 307-200-002.
- 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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