Borel Ranch NEW LISTING
Nine (9) parcels totaling 1924+/- acres.
Property is in Willianmson Act – Agricultural Preserve.
- APN #085-080-010 – 217.50 acres
- APN #085-080-013 – 22.50 acres.
- APN #085-080-017 – 267.95 acres.
- APN #085-080-018 – 51.62 acres.
- APN #085-140-002 – 400 acres.
- APN #085-140-003 – 560 acres.
- APN #085-140-004 – 80 acres.
- APN #085-140-013 – 307.32 acres.
- APN #085-150-046 – 17.73 acres.
Own 100% Mineral rights on 1519 acres and 50% on 405 acres which will pass to new owner.
Two Water Rights on property – A019105 & A021348 which pass to new owner.
225+ acres can be currently irrigated.
1 – Ag. Well – Unknown how many gallons per minute would need to be tested. Ag. Well was completely re-done in 2005 and only used for 4 months per year from 2006-2019 when we retired from cattle and went to a seasonal winter lease.
4 – Domestic wells for homes and cattle – All depths and GPM are shown in Ranch brochure which will be provided to new owner before the close of escrow.
3 – Solar wells for cattle.
No Conservation Easements – The Borel’s are only 2nd owner of original 1519 acre ranch.
Easements or Right Away – Neighbors and County of Tehama ONLY have Prescriptive Easement along Long Hollow. Right Away or Easement was never granted to anyone other than A.T&T to home.
8 – Year round ponds.
4 – Seasonal ponds & Water Holes.
Cemetery on Property with 66 grave sites. There is no Easement or road to Cemetery ever given. Cemetery is landlocked because of creek.
Borel’s do not allow visitors etc. because of cattle and creek hazard. Borel’s were challenged by County of Tehama about access but after Borel’s put up objections to County of Tehama plans which would involve Fish & Wildlife granting access to creek for road County of Tehama stopped asking for access.
Property also contains all of the following which were remodeled completely in 2005 including roofing and three new septic systems. Some of the buildings including main house do not have permits.
Main House was built in 1934.
It is 2400 sq. ft with appox. 800 ft. loft and 400 ft. cellar. Cellar can occasionally have a few inches of water after heavy rains BUT the cellar has two drains that take the water clear to Long Hollow Rd.
2 Bedroom Guest House w/bathroom and laundry room – 23 x 29.
1 Bedroom Guest House w/bathroom – 13 x 24.
2 Car Garage w/additional washer & dryer hook ups – 23 x 25.
Recreational Room with 18ft. bar – 29 x 31 & attached Kitchen was originally water pump house – 14 x 14.
Outdoor Buildings & Barns.
2 Stall Outside Bathroom behind Main House.
4 Stall Outside Bathroom by Original Cow Barn.
3 – R.V. Hookups including Sewer, Electric & Water.
Original Wood/Metal Sided Cow Barn w/Mostly Cement Floor – 50 x 79.
Storage Barn – 16 x 84.
5 Stall Equipment Barn – 22 x 60.
Metal Shop with Large Roll up and Sliding Doors – Cement Floors – 3 Phase Power – Built in 2005.
2 Stall Shed – 17 x 20.
Large Low Slung Barn (we call Home Depot as we store all wood and extra building supplies in it) – 30 x 100.
Shed – 13 x 41.
Hay – Equipment Barn (Built in 2005) – 36 x 85.
3 – Open Side Cow Shelters.
1 – Bedroom – 1 Bath Workers Home which is about 3/4 mile down Long Hollow to the West.
Large Corral System including multiple Pens, Tub, Squeeze Chute, Calf Table and Loading Chute.
There’s also a Large Cement and Metal Mill with Tanks. Mill and tanks need some roof work.
NO underground fuel tanks.
7 Pastures with complete cross fencing and water source.
8 Dry Pastures.
Dry Hay Fields.
There are some used tires left on ranch. There was cleanup and a State of California clearance filed in 2005. That clearance states that property now has less than 500 total left.
As they’ve washed out each year we’ve taken them to Will Tasto owner of Orlando Waste Tire who did the original clean up.
Please see full disclosure in disclosure book that will be provided to you before escrow closes.
Ranch is currently being leased as a winter lease which runs from November 1st to June 1st and pays $55000 annually. If you know anything about cattle leases this is a VERY GOOD price annually for this ranch and shows the quality of grass/ground.
There are NO underground fuel tanks.
No cable T.V. – Presently using Dish Network.
Starlink is the internet provider – Equipment will be left attached to house and box and other equipment is upstairs.
NO gas or propane. Houses and barns are all electric.
There are several French drains around building. We’ve found that is the most efficient way of moving rainwater away from buildings.
Ranch will continuously have fallen Oak trees and branches. Tehama County currently has no fire restrictions during winter.
HVAC in main house was serviced in 2022. Other living spaces have industrial hotel style heating and air conditioning and all are in working order.
There is some wood rot around some of the original barns.
Farmhouse will need fresh paint and fresh carpeting. Master Bedroom wood floor in front of sliding door needs some repair. Carpet covers it and you can’t visually see it without picking up carpet. There is not structure problem just wood flooring is chipped.
Sellers state that there will be nail holes in the walls from pictures that were hanging on the walls throughout all the buildings.
Alexander “Ray” Borel is a licensed Real Estate Broker.
There is a small pet cemetery located on the property overlooking what we call pig pond.
Sellers to keep the large elk horn chandelier in the living room. Sellers will replace with another chandelier around the same size.
Owners suggest bug bombing or hiring a firm to spray for bugs and rodents at least every 4-6 months. These buildings are in the country and attract bugs and rodents throughout the year.
Owners STRONGLY suggest Buyer do their own due-diligence and inspections.