This amazing property has all the old charm and history of the Old West. The ranch sits on five parcels totaling some 116 acres of prime agricultural and ranch land that borders the wild and scenic Upper Trinity River on one side and the rugged and alpine setting of the Trinity Alps on the other. If you are looking for an impressive one-of-a-kind old west setting, this is it!
There is gold in these hills, but there is also liquid gold...WATER GALORE! Not only do you have pre-1914 water rights to the Trinity River with canal fed irrigation, keeping the pastures green and fertile, there are also deeded water rights to the two year round creeks on the property. The Trinity Center Airport is just 15 minutes away and the county maintained paved road makes access very convenient, while extremely private. Fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, and just about everything nature can offer is all here. If you are looking for sustainability - there is an old orchard with many of the trees dating back over 100 years and raised garden areas with plenty of room to raise a garden of any size.
The main residence was constructed with modified dovetail jointed logs, dates back to 1858, when it also was the area's telegraph station. From that same time period, the Carriage House was a Stagecoach stop on the old California - Oregon Trail. The two story Guest House dates back to the 1930s. Both houses were extensively and tastefully remodeled in the early 90's. The black locust and oak trees providing shade for the houses are all well over 100 years old. Look around and it's like stepping back in time...old artifacts and antiques that would make the pickiest picker proud. There are also two barns, a "home office" building, a second guest house, and a detached garage. There is even an old "power house" that housed a water wheel to provide electricity for the ranch back in the day. There are properties that don't hit the market often, if ever - this is one of them.
1600 Eagle Creek Loop
41.1228938N , 122 W
From Hwy 299 at Weaverville, take Hwy 3 north to Coffee Creek (about 40 minutes) to Eagle Creek Loop to ranch entrance.
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