Situated at the base of the Sugar Loaf Mountain and Plumas National Forest lies the historic 681-acre Diamond G Ranch. This ranch has it all. Hay, cattle, incredible views, and a beautiful homestead. The property sits around 4900 ft elevation in the valley and rises to 5600 ft in timber country. The ranch has varied terrains from the forested timberland, mountain ridges, and canyons to the alfalfa fields and pastures below. Currently, there are 240 irrigated acres with 2 pivots and 441 acres of rangeland. There is a 1,500 GPM AG well and Bonta Creek water rights (seasonal creek). The 2,375 SF original ranch home, which has been updated and restored throughout, encompasses some of the best views! The large patio area is excellent for entertaining guests. The historic barn has been used to host weddings and other various events. The ranch is nicely set up for cattle and equestrian riders with a large roping arena, paddocks, and pastures. The ranch also includes a small BLM grazing allotment and borders Plumas National Forest offering additional room to roam. For the outdoorsman, the ranch is located in the X6b zone and is in a prime location for trophy mule deer. There are two annual landowner permits for mule deer. Along with deer, there are bears, coyotes, and upland birds. Hunt, fish, hike, ATV, and more on your ranch and in the surrounding areas. Located only 45 minutes North of Reno, 1.5 hours to Lake Tahoe area and 2.5 hours to Sacramento. The ranch is in the Williamson Act and has a partial agricultural conservation easement.