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1224 Copco Road
Hornbrook, CA 96044
2.5 miles of Klamath River frontage supply abundant water from both Klamath River and Cottonwood Creek to livestock and crops. 1700+/- acres to call your own provide a wide variety of possibilities from the current plantings that include barley and alfalfa to the possibility of an award winning vineyard, orchard, or perhaps a resort working with the agritourism element within Siskiyou County. Just walk to the river and cast for steelhead, trout and salmon, enjoy the peace and tranquility of the flowing river. Water rights included are 5750+/- gpm from Klamath River and 3950+/- gpm from Cottonwood Creek. Accommodations include a recently remodeled 2500 sf home featuring 4 beds/ 2.5 bath plus a possible wine cellar in the lower level of the home. The 1440 sf manufactured home also features 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The 6000+/- sf barn includes a large shop for all your ranch and farming needs. Great proximity to Ashland, Mt. Shasta, airports, lakes and other attractions.
Listing courtesy of CRMLS_CA / Valerie Smith / Intero Real Estate Services
Last updated Jun 21, 2022
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