East of Adin Ranch is located in Western Modoc County with year round Ash Creek and Rush Creek converging on the property. Many springs sub irrigate the mountain meadows along with several seasonal ponds. 35 acres irrigated pasture, could be planted in alfalfa or grass hay.
2,890 sq. ft. two story, four bedroom, two bath ranch home sits above the converging creeks with both enclosed and covered porches. The ranch is fully fenced and cross fenced with heavy duty fencing from it’s former use as a Buffalo Ranch. Very private tucked at the south end of Round Valley just out of Adin. The ranch is in the Williamson Act and is bordered on several sides by BLM. Incredible 640 acres with 2 year round creeks, ponds and springs.
There is one bedroom and one bath downstairs and three bedrooms and one bath upstairs. Covered front and side porches. Very peaceful setting with the sound of the water flowing by. There is a large building for storage or shop with a 3 stall covered bay area.
All of the property is fenced with heavy duty fencing built for buffalo. Several holding pens. A nice barn needing a little TLC in foundation work, it’s a great old barn with historic charm. The ranch is located in the Surprise Valley Power Grid. Located in the X3A deer hunting zone, the ranch should qualify for land owner tags.