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Cbd Shangri-La with Artesian Well

Litchfield, CA 96117

Lassen County, California

320 Acres
$209,999 USD $214,973
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Farm Description

HAS Active Artesian Well (Previously Tested 250 g/p/m, static level 60 feet). What do you call 320 acres of divine hemp opportunity waiting just for you to find it? CBD Shangri-La. Zoned for Commercial Industrial Hemp Cultivation (or other agricultural use), this massive piece of the miraculous is beckoning for you to enter its kingdom. Soothe your soul as you float across its astonishing expanses and melt into the Great Open West that is undiscovered America. Start an organic sustainable farm or hunting lodge on this rare and protected piece of frontier land; wade through your very own seasonal creek, explore a mysterious cabin, or simply watch the beautiful eyes of nature stare back at you in the form of antelope, mule deer, and wild donkey.

Lassen County is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts or for folks who just want to escape to a place of deep reflection and solitude. It is here that the Sierra Nevadas and Cascade Mountains silently crash into the magnificent wide-open space of the Great Basin. Boasting near ideal climate conditions (warm and dry during the day, cool and crisp in the evenings), Lassen County provides an outstanding array of seasonal activity and access (off road vehicle exploration, outstanding snowmobiling and skiing, horseback riding, boating and fishing, hiking in Lassen Volcanic Park and National Forest).

Zoning: U-C-2 Upland Conservation/Resource Management District (Agricultural)

Uses allowed by right:

(1) One single-family dwelling, farm buildings and accessory buildings and uses;

(2) A second single-family dwelling; provided that the dwelling is to be used in conjunction with an operating agricultural unit and is located on a parcel which meets the minimum parcel size criteria;

(3) General agriculture, crop and tree farming, logging, grazing, animal husbandry, general nurseries and greenhouses;

(4) Private airstrips accessory to an agricultural operation;

(5) Hunting clubs or lodges, ski areas and facilities including ski lifts (but only in areas designated as mountain resort in the County General Plan);

(6) Hydroelectric powerplants;

(7) Small-scale commercial firewood processing (less than one hundred cords produced on an annual basis);

(8) Temporary stands for the sale of agricultural products produced on the premises;

(9) Other uses which are similar in nature to those enumerated herein and are determined by the community development director to be consistent with the stated intent of the U-C-2 district;

(10) Kennels. (Amended by the vote of the people 11-7-00; Ord. 467-V § 16, 1998; Ord. 467-D, 1987).

Uses allowed by use permit in the U-C-2 district shall be as follows:

(1) Sawmill operations, large-scale firewood processing, accessory buildings and structures;

(2) Commercial poultry, fur, frog, fish, or hog farms, dairies or feedlots;

(3) Agricultural product processing and packing facilities and accessory uses;

(4) Retail nurseries and permanent stands for the sale of agricultural products produced on the premises and related incidental items;

(5) Additional dwellings, labor housing;

(6) Mining or processing of precious metal or mineral resources, including sand and gravel mining and hot plants;

(7) Electrical generating facilities if the produced power is intended for sale or distribution off premises, other than hydroelectric projects;

(8) Exploratory wells for geothermal, gas and oil resources;

(9) Production wells and projects involving geothermal, gas and oil resources;

(10) Commercial recreation facilities including, but not limited to, guest ranches, trap shooting clubs, rifle ranges, campgrounds, marinas and recreational vehicle parks;

(11) Other uses which are similar in nature to those enumerated in this section which are determined, by the planning director, to be consistent with the stated intent of the U-C-2 district. (Ord. 467-D, 1987).

Gps Corner points:

40.4976, -120.104

40.4976, -120.1232

40.5049, -120.1231

40.5049, -120.104

Water: Drill for Well/Alternative

Power: Solar or Alternative

Farm Maps & Attachments

Directions to Farm

From Litchfield, CA (27 min/19.7 miles):

via US-395 N and Smoke Creek Ranch Rd

Fastest route

Litchfield

California 96117

Head east on Center Rd toward Blue Ln

476 ft

Slight left onto US-395 N

9.0 mi

Turn right onto Bert Dr

0.3 mi

Continue straight

128 ft

Turn left onto Smoke Creek Ranch Rd

10.0 mi

Slight left onto BLM Rd 26020

0.3 mi

More Farm Details

Agricultural Zoning
Dirt Road Access
Estimated Annual Taxes
$656
FARMFLIP ID
267792
Assessor Parcel Number (APN)
095-100-07-11
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Last Updated
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Farm Price History

3/20/21
$209,999
$4,974
2.3%
3/6/21
$214,973
$5,000
2.3%
3/3/21
$219,973
$5,027
2.2%
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