Fine Gold Creek Ranch is a multi-parcel 784.43-acre property near O’Neals and North Fork in Madera County. Just over thirty miles from Yosemite National Park and the Clovis / Fresno area, this ranch offers multiple homes, ponds, prime livestock grazing and hunting land, all straddling the year-round Fine Gold Creek. This income producing property has plentiful water, wildlife, rich habitat and an ideal central location for your home or getaway. Land This beautiful property includes two contiguous parcels: APN 050-101-005 (168.52-acres) and 050-101-009 (615.91-acres); totaling approximately 784.43-acres. Two domestic and five ag wells, two water tanks, the creek and lakes supply ample water to the improvements and property. The year-round Fine Gold Creek runs through the property, feeding the two large pond / lakes and greatly enhancing the rich habitat for livestock and wildlife. Surrounding the ranch center are gently rolling hills, flat grazing land, good soils, studded with a variety of trees including oak and other deciduous varieties, conifers, grasses and wildflowers. A myriad 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. 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. The property is not in the Williamson Act. Improvements There are three main homes on the property: A ~3,300-sq. ft. two story main home; a single-story wood-clad guest house; and a trailer home. All three are currently used for rental income, totaling over $55,000 annually. All three have central heat and air. One well services the main home and guest house while another one provides service to the third home. Each of the three residences has its own power (with meters) and septic system. Main Home (50871 Road 200): Paved driveway, carport, two bedrooms, three baths each with dual vanities, two kitchens, laundry room, great room, nook area, storage, dining, closets, decks / patios, balconies and more. Propane heat. The guest house (50881 Road 200) and mobile unit (50891 Road 200) include living, dining, sleeping areas and more. The covered open-sided metal building supplies a large storage area for ranch vehicles and equipment. Two shipping storage containers supply even more storage. There are also two small well houses. The property includes plentiful covered and open storage for livestock feed, ranch equipment, side-by-sides, boats and other vehicles and materials / supplies. The land is fenced and includes barbed wire ranch fencing, separate pens, cross fencing, gates, and more. Note: Building areas and details are approximate. Recreation This property and the surrounding region provides many outdoor activity opportunities such as horseback riding, hiking, fishing, upland bird and big game 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. Millerton Lake is just twenty miles away, with the world-renowned Yosemite National Park only 32-miles up CA-41. Shaver Lake, Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks are just to the southeast while the growing Madera Wine Trail is a short drive towards the Valley. China Peak provides snow sports only 50+ miles away. Agriculture The property is well suited for cattle and horse grazing and other farm and ranch activities. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Riparian rights along Fine Gold Creek. General Operations Rental income from the three residential units is approximately $55,000 annually. Historically the ranch had a livestock grazing lease commanding approximately $25,000 annually. Region & Climate O’Neals, North Fork and the neighboring communities in Madera County offer year-round residents and visitors exceptional climate and weather. The region has a rich history of cattle ranching and mining, along with extensive outdoor recreation. History Madera history, before and after the formation of the county in 1893, has been determined by its three different physical areas and its consequent resources; First, the belt of foothill region in which gold was discovered and the first village established for the accommodation of homesteaders on the only available water supply; secondly, the plains area, with but scant water supply under natural conditions, which could furnish only pasture until such time as electric power warranted pumping or highly capitalized water storage furnished gravity water to the farmer; and thirdly, the higher Sierras, with their timber and mineral and opportunities for recreation and the accommodation of tourists. (Source at bottom of the page) Madera County was formed in 1893 from Fresno County during a special election held in Fresno on May 16, 1893. Citizens residing in the area that was to become Madera County voted 1,179 to 358 for separation from Fresno County and the establishment of Madera County. Madera is the Spanish term for wood. The county derives its name from the town of Madera, named when the California Lumber Company built a log flume to carry lumber to the Central Pacific Railroad there in 1876. (Source at bottom of the page) Location The Fine Gold Creek Ranch is located near O’Neals and North Fork, along Road 200. Situated halfway between Clovis (32-mi) and Yosemite National Park (32-mi), the ranch is a short 20-miles to Millerton Lake and 18-miles to Oakhurst and Bass Lake. Fresno International Airport is a 45-min drive to the south. Shopping, ranch and farming resources, dining and entertainment are available in nearby communities.

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Property Status:
Acreage: 784.43
Price: $3,450,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1148
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