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Javier Prodiz
Javier Prodiz
LandCo Investments


$20,000 29 Acres
Property ID 6132955



This property is located in Termo (also, Snowstorm and Armstrong) is an unincorporated community in Lassen County, California. It is located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 32 miles north-northeast of Susanville. This town straddles U.S. Highway 395 north of Ravendale.

This 29 acres ranch is located in a beautiful pastoral area of northern California. The area is surrounded by mountains, valleys, and juniper trees.

This property is level, with open views of the surrounding foothills and valley. The elevation here is about 5300 feet.

The property is 60 minutes from Eagle Lake where you can boat or fish. This is a great place to enjoy the peace and quiet that the undeveloped natural surrounding has to offer.

This property is zoned agricultural and can be used for a number of uses. You can build a home here, farm it, keep livestock, or use recreationally and with 29 acres you will have plenty of space to do it all.

The taxes on this property are around $80 a year

Madeline was an important stop on the Nevada-California-Oregon Railroad, which ran between Reno, Nevada and Lakeview, Oregon. This railroad, along with today's US395, traverses some of the loneliest county in California.

In 1902, the N-C-O Railroad reached Madeline town site. It quickly grew into an important livestock shipping center. Madeline Meadows Land and Irrigation Company, owned and operated by J. Noble Jones, was one of the largest of the companies to base themselves here, and had spent considerable resources trying to colonize the valley.

Postcards were circulated showing orange trees growing alongside an irrigation ditch, while a box of "locally grown" oranges were always on display at the Madeline Hotel (this author seriously doubts that oranges could be commercially or successfully grown in this high plateau region with extreme cold temperatures in winter well below zero). Today, a small population lives in Madeline, with a small store serving the needs of the traveling public alongside US395.

The tracks of the former N-C-O Railroad, now part of the Western Pacific system, are still intact, although rail traffic is very light.

Property Profile:

Address: Ravendale, CA 96123

APN: 045-131-10-11

Lot Size: 29 Acres / 1,267,596 Square Feet

HOA: NO HOA fees.

State/Province: California


Conveying: By Grant Deed.

Taxes: Only $80 per year.

County: Lassen

City/ Location: Ravendale, CA 96123 See Map.

The photos 2, 4, 6, 8, 11 and 12 show the actual property and the surrounding lots. Photos 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 10 shows general area.

We have also included a County Parcel Map and an aerial Map to help you. The assessor's parcel number to the property is Lassen County APN# 045-131-10-11

Here is a link (including the GPS coordinates) to view the location of the property on Google Maps:


(You may have to copy and paste this to use it.) Once the map pops up, simply use the zoom tool on the left side of that screen to view the map in more detail. You can even view an aerial photo by clicking on the Satellite tab in the upper right portion of that screen.

All information we have on this property is disclosed within the content of the listing page. Any and all other information on this property should be directed toward the city or county of which the property is located in. Your due diligence should be performed, to ensure the property meets your needs and criteria.


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Javier Prodiz
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