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320 acs. Avenue 16 Almonds

$4,250,000

This 320± acre offering is located near Delano, CA. The productive land is being farmed to 312± acres of almonds. This investment offers agricultural income, strong soils, tax benefits and land to help mitigate SGMA.

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98.08 acs. Delano-Earlimart I. D. Cherries

$2,844,000Sale Pending

This opportunity is located in the desirable farming area of Delano, California. The subject property is planted to 96± acres of Sweet Cherries, the varieties are as follows: Brooks (26.8±ac), Samba (19.78±ac), Sequoia (15.66±ac), Rosy Rainier (8.67±ac), Patriot (6.81±ac), Tulare (4.6±ac), R Hazel (1.84±ac), Rainier (1.72±ac), King (1.54±ac), Glenoia (.73±ac), Misc. Pollinizers (.72±ac), R Lynn (.54±ac), Early Pollinizers (.39±ac), and Coral (.26±ac). The original spacing was 18’ X14’ and the primary root stock is Mahaleb, but 20±% is on Colt. Additionally re-plants have been added in-between many trees. The property has a residence, detached garage, and pole barn. This unique investment opportunity offers early to market sweet cherries, income, tax benefits, district water, well water and Grade-1 Excellent soils.

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50.02 acs. Navelencia Area Open

$350,000

50.02± acres of open land located northeast of Reedley in the Navelencia area. Approximately 20± acres has been farmed to citrus in the past with 30± acres devoted to cattle grazing. Wahtoke Creek splits the property.

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1.99 acs. Navelencia Area Home Site

$55,000

This small acreage is located north of Navelencia on the southeast corner of Jensen Avenue and Navelencia Avenue. There are two dwellings of no value. There is a domestic well and an Orange Cove Irrigation meter on the property.

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279.77 acs. River Ranch

$6,720,000Sale Pending

This opportunity consists of 279.77± assessed acres of spectacular river front land along the north and south forks of the Kings River. The FSA office shows the farm is 262.87± crop land acres. According to the planting map provided by the tenant, the land is planted to approximately 79.6± acres of pluots and plums, 158.8± acres to corn, 14.2± acres of cherries in the process of being removed, with the balance of the site being roads, levees, home site and unusable land. The property is well suited for permanent plantings and for the longer term, its water rights and location make it a solid investment for the future.

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