Turkey Track Ranch
Highway 16 and Highway 20, Colusa County
Lot Size: 2,575.50 Acres
The Ranch is on the east side of the Junction of Highway 16 and Highway 20 in Colusa County approximately 18 miles west of the City of Williams. The Ranch fronts Highway 20 for ¾ of a mile and Highway 16 for 3 miles.
The Ranch consists of 2,575.50 acres with the following APN”s: 18-210-023, 18-220-005, 18-220-008, 21-010-023, 21-020-01, 03, 006, 012, 21-090-014 & 15.
The Ranch is zoned General Agriculture and currently is under a Williamson Act Contract. Minimum lot size in the Williamson Act is 80 acres in Colusa County. *Development Easement has been sold to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation*
The Ranch is predominately Millsholm-Rocky Loam which is Class VII.
The Ranch is fairly open with elevations ranging from 1,000 feet along Highway 16 to 2,000 at the top of some of the hills.
There are several ponds located around the Ranch and a couple of seasonal streams that run in the winter and spring.
$2,446,250 ($950 per acre) Cash to Seller.
The Ranch has perimeter fencing and several dirt roads that provide access through the property. There is a year round gravel road which provides access to the secluded Hunting Lodge 1½ miles from Highway 16 back in the middle of the Ranch. The Lodge is 630 sq. ft. consisting of a living room, kitchen, one bedroom, and a bathroom. In addition to the Lodge there is a 364 sq. ft. bunkhouse with a bathroom. There are two reservoirs on the Ranch that are stocked with Bass, one is 2 acres in size and the other is 4 acres in size.
This is a working cattle Ranch well located at the junction of Highway 16 and Highway 20 in Colusa County with excellent Pig, Deer, and Elk hunting and Bass fishing in some of the ponds. This is a very secluded weekend getaway Ranch with excellent access from Highway 16 and Highway 20.
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