210 acre property in New Cuyama (near junction of Highway 33 and Highway 166) While the property is in Santa Barbara County it is near the border of Ventura County, San Luis Obispo County and Kern County.
Approximately 200 acres are usable for planting. The rest is usable for grazing. There are two wells on the property. One produces 150 GPM and the other 90 GPM.
40 acres are currently under lease to grow carrots. The rest is available. Nearby all kinds of crops are grown including olives, pistachios, grapes, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, garlic, cabbages. Cannabis is also a possibility.
Might be good for raising horses, sheep, goats or other animals. Approximately 80% of property is enclosed with barbed wire fencing.
There are a couple of modest caretaker/worker residences made from storage containers. There are also two 45ft storage containers.
Easy access from paved and private roads off Highway 33.
Open to negotiation to lease all or part of the acreage. Willing to consider a joint venture.
Price: $400 per farmable irrigated acre. $50 for non-farmable (Non irrigated) (not flat).
|City/State||New Cuyama, California|
|Residence or lodging Included||N/A|
|Agricultural Wells Available||Yes|
|Amount and Size of Wells||
2 well. One at 150 GPM and one at 90 GPM
|Center Pivot Irrigation||N/A|
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