With a beautiful healthy mixed conifer timber stand these 3 undeveloped parcels, totaling 57.54 acres, are located on the northern edge of Sierra City. Reis Ravine Creek runs along one side of one parcel. A year round spring gurgles from another. Terrain is variable with a nice private cabin site near the spring. Adjacent to USFS land and trails into the Lakes Basin, yet very close to town at an elevation of 4500′ +/-, the property is a great spot for a lovely and private mountain home at the base of the magnificent Sierra Buttes.
Three separate, yet contiguous parcels; i.e. 21.60 acres, 34.01 acres, and 1.93 acres right on the northern edge of the quintessential mountain town of Sierra City.
Terrain is variable but there are some nice fairly level and open spots.
The old road in is strewn with a few downed trees and rocks but a bull dozer could take care of that.
Reis Ravine on the northwest side of the property hosts a year round rushing creek.
On the north east portion the overflow of a plentiful year round spring flows down through the property.
A portion of the property was the site of the old Bigelow Quartz mine, active through the 30s.