A great winter grazing or potential residential property of 301 +/- acres in two separate parcels (138 and 163 acres) bordering Red Bank Creek on one side and Red Bank Road on the other.
Improvements include new stock fencing, solar powered pumps, and approximately 10,000 gallons of water storage for on-demand stock watering from two wells. Many potential home sites on each of the parcels. In the vicinity of several nice cattle and hay ranches, and near the end of Red Bank Road for quiet and privacy.
This 301 acre ranch has been set up for low-labor winter grazing with two wells, solar-powered on-demand pumps, and approximately 5,000 gallons of water storage for stock on each of two parcels. New perimeter fencing and cross fencing has been installed just within the last several years and is in generally very good condition.
The 138 acre and 163 acre adjoining parcels border Red Bank Creek on their northerly border, but still have easy access from Red Bank Road on their southerly side. There are several attractive potential home sites on each parcel with nice valley and creek views, and oak trees for summer shade.
Located very near the end of Red Bank Road in an historic ranching area of Tehama County, the property is quiet and secluded yet accessible and in an area of several nice ranch operations. Wildlife in the area includes fox, coyote, deer, pig, bear, and bald and golden eagles, among other species.
In addition to winter cattle grazing, there is plenty of room for horses, sheep, goats, llamas or other livestock year around.