|478 - 600 Belfast Road Litchfield California|
|09/15/2017 11:00 AM|
Spectacular 220+/- Acre Ranch in Northern California.
This beautiful high desert ranch has approximately 150 acres irrigated and 120 acres fenced and cross fenced including six foot game fencing. Previously operated as a bison ranch and used for growing various types of hay including the rare and desirable Montana Meadow Brome hay.
This scenic property is organic-ready and has been operated under a no till, drill seeder planting method since 2005. It offers an unlimited water supplied from the states 2nd best aquifer and also a newly rebuilt, desirable agricultural well that pumps 900 gallons of water per minute.
This ranch would be an ideal location for a cattle farm, equestrian ranch or a private location to build a retreat to escape the hustle of the city
A picturesque 2,100 sq ft, 3 bd 2.5 bath log home built in 2012 provides the perfect space to escape after a long day on the property, with plenty of private space for a quiet night. Boasting geothermal heating and cooling, the home also contains granite countertops, a wood fireplace, travertine floors, and alderwood cabinets.
Also located on the property for additional space and convenience is a bunkhouse, a tractor shed, a tool shed, and a 40-ft shipping container that is ideal for extra storage.
Less than 2 hours of Reno and just north or Honey Lake, Heritage Ranch is 12 miles from Susanville. Heritage Ranch was previously run as a bison ranch, practicing humane animal husbandry, sustainable agriculture, earth-friendly practices, and is free from added hormones, antibiotics, and animal byproducts.
Property tours will be available on September 7th ,8th ,9th ,13th and 14th. If you would like to schedule a tour of this property please contact us.
The current owners of the property have written a book regarding their journey, you can find details about the book , "Standing into the Storm" and ordering information here .
HISTORY OF HERITAGE RANCH:
A family cornerstone to Lindner Bison and Heritage Ranch is the legacy left by the owner's great-grandmother, Margaret Carlston.
Saving money from a boarding house she operated at the Jay Gould Mining Camp near Helena, Montana, Mrs. Carlston invested in Montana ranchland. After driving 500 head of cattle across hundreds of miles of open rangeland to just outside of of Livingston, Montana, she became known as the Cattle Queen of Montana, a title well earned in a rugged frontier. Though she lost nearly everything during the Great Depression, she fought back and managed to hang onto the ranch.
This inspired the current owner to leave the corporate world and create this beautiful Califonia masterpeice known as Heritage Ranch.
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