The Broken Arrow Ranch is located northeast of Farmington, CA, near Milton. This working cattle and equestrian property is situated in the fertile and water rich Milton Valley. The fully renovated farmhouse-style home has numerous custom features and expansive views of the ranch and beyond. This special property has several outbuildings, a second dwelling, shop, horse barns, corrals, tack building, ponds, small orchard, pool, garden and more. Land This beautiful property is a single 160-acre parcel in the Milton Valley in western Calaveras Co. The primary entrance is on Rock Creek Road and leads you up past the irrigated clover pastures and horse barns to the main home and ranch buildings. Surrounding the ranch center are gently rolling hills and flat grazing land with a creek, ponds, oak trees, grasses and wildflowers. An orchard and greenhouse garden area are adjacent to the home. A variety of wildlife can be seen on the ranch land and in the surrounding area. Spectacular views of the region’s Mother Lode foothills and Sierra Nevada range can be taken in from around the property including panoramic vistas from the home. The versatility and beautiful setting of this ranch has provided friends and family a special setting to host celebrations and other entertainment functions. Clear night skies free from ambient light and gentle breezes offer a quiet respite from the bustle of urban life. Well maintained roads provide access through the ranch. Improvements The beautifully appointed farmhouse-style home is 1,600-sq. ft.+ with a full-sized finished attic/loft with windows. The naturally bright main level includes a new primary entry area, kitchen with granite counters, dining room, living room, main bedroom with adjoining bathroom, two additional bedrooms, office/multipurpose room, second dual-entrance full bathroom, closets and a mudroom/laundry room. A large covered front porch provides shaded expansive views and a south facing raised deck includes a hot tub, entertainment area and access to the second dwelling unit and irrigated landscaped yard. The home has been recently remodeled with numerous upgrades throughout, including flooring and more. The upgraded basement area provides access to the new HVAC system and storage area. A detached 370-sq. ft. building serves as a garage/multipurpose structure. The second dwelling building is 500-sq. ft. and includes a covered porch area with garden, living room, kitchen and dining area, full bathroom and bedroom. Part of the building houses a complete and potential certification-ready 158-sq. ft. canning and prep room including freezers, refrigeration, stainless steel sinks, AC and on-demand hot water. This guest house also has access to a private garden area. A large 1,210-sq. ft. Steel Master powered and lit metal building shop with 14′ high roll up door and concrete floor highlights the numerous outbuildings. A bonus 500-sq. ft. RV storage building is situated on the south side of the shop. A 570-sq. ft. multipurpose building is located near a 350-sq. ft. enclosed chicken coop and fenced open 350-sq. ft. chicken feeding area. A 160-sq. ft. livestock building includes a fenced run to a feeding area. A +400-sq. ft. greenhouse and adjacent garden provides a variety of vegetables and produce. The fully roofed main livestock barn/paddock is nearly 1,110-sq. ft. with feeders and an additional separate two-stall enclosed breezeway horse barn with feeders is 486-sq. ft. The property also has a 144-sq. ft. tack room building, primary well/pumphouse building with water treatment unit, a 240-sq. ft. carport, 160-sq. ft. modular office/storage building, dog kennels and additional 120-sq. ft. covered horse/cattle shed. Storage for hay, ranch equipment, side-by-sides, boat and more are included. Also included is a 9.6 KW ground level solar electric system, a water softening/filtering system housed in a separate building and a 4,000-gallon water storage tank. A special feature of this property is it’s three wells that provide an incredible water supply. The property is fully fenced and includes new barbed wire ranch fencing, separate pens, cross fencing, paddocks, chutes, stalls and more. Note: Building square footages are approximate. Recreation This property and the nearby region provides numerous outdoor activity opportunities such as horseback riding, hiking, upland bird hunting, cycling, wildlife viewing and more. Activities are plentiful in the surrounding hills, mountains, lakes, rivers and streams of the Gold Country, Valley and Sierra Nevada. The Calaveras River is just a few miles away and New Hogan Lake is a 20-min drive to the north. A short drive further lands you at Camanche Reservoir, Pardee Lake and the Mokelumne River, providing excellent fishing, boating, camping and hiking. Salt Springs Valley reservoir is just 4.0-miles up Rock Creek Rd. La Contenta Golf Club is a 15-mins north and the picturesque Greenhorn Creek Golf Course a half-hour drive up CA-4. For the wine enthusiast, a wide array of spectacular wineries is a short drive up CA-4, including Murphys and nearby communities. An hour’s drive east finds you at the renowned Calaveras Big Trees State Park with snow skiing at the nearby Mt. Reba / Bear Valley Ski Resort. Agriculture The property is well suited for cattle and horse grazing and other farm and ranch activities. The property is currently used as a grass-fed cattle operation, with chicken egg production and horse raising / training facilities. Clover pasture finishing fields, and numerous varieties of tree fruit and vine berries benefit from the ranch’s abundant artesian water supply. Region & Climate Milton, Farmington and the neighboring communities in Calaveras and Stanislaus County offer year-round residents and visitors exceptional climate and weather. The region has a rich history of cattle ranching and high production agricultural operations. History Milton and the surrounding area has a long history in placer mining, including at nearby Calaveras River. Since the Gold Rush, West Calaveras has been the County’s gateway to the Mother Lode. From stage stops along the route from Stockton to the San Joaquin & Sierra Nevada Railroad from Lodi that established Wallace, Burson and finally Valley Springs in 1884, the western section of the county has provided access to business and visitors to the Mother Lode. The first Wells Fargo stage that Black Bart robbed was the Milton stage route, which went through the Broken Arrow Ranch. The area has also boasted its own resources, whether gold in Jenny Lind and Paloma, copper in Campo Seco or ranching and agriculture in Milton, Farmington and throughout the region. With Camanche, New Hogan, and Pardee reservoirs, the Tri-Dam area is a draw for boating, fishing and camping. This tranquil agrarian region has become a highly desirable place to live and ranch, escaping the bustle of urban living. Location The Broken Arrow Ranch is located near Milton and Farmington, CA. Charming Jackson is just 30-miles northeast, Oakdale 30-miles to the south and the Lodi wine region 30-miles to the southwest. The Sacramento International Airport is less than a 1.5-hr drive to the northwest. Shopping, ranch and farming resources, dining and entertainment are available in nearby communities.