Status: For Sale
Price Per Acre: $1,250
The sprawling Baroncini Ranch consists of 4,631.78± acres of contiguous grazing land conveniently located just 1± mile east of the Bakersfield’s city limits. Historically Baroncini Ranch has supported the grazing for up to 250± mother cows. The ranch is perimeter fenced with cross fencing for upper and lower units and offers good access to the usable topography. Water is provided from a spring, a well with a diesel motor, generator, upper booster piston pump and 5 storage tanks. This substantial ranch boasts spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Surrounding land uses include but are not limited to; agricultural, rural home sites and life style, nearby cities services, oil and gas, recreation, mitigation, and open space.
This land opportunity is located east of Bakersfield, CA along Breckenridge Road in-between Highway 58 and Highway 178. The ranch is best accessed from Breckenridge Road. Go east on Breckenridge Road the gate is 2± miles east of Comanche Road. Approximately 1± miles southeast of the Bakersfield city limits at Rio Bravo County Club, 120± miles north of Los Angeles, and 285± miles south of San Francisco.
The Ranch consists of 17 APN’s: 397-030-13, 14, 15, 16, 22, and 24, and 397-040-06, 09, 12 and 20, and 397-060-01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 and 08.
The ranch has an upper spring, well with a diesel motor, generator, booster piston pump, 5 storage tanks and 5 water troughs to provide water for the livestock year round. Cottonwood Creek seasonally runs through most of the ranch.
The land is zoned A (Exclusive Agricultural) and only APN’s 397-040-12 and 20 are not enrolled in the Williamson Act according to the Kern county website.