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Monterey #2382


Monterey #2382

Listing ID: Monterey #2382

Description:

4,000 acres of agriculturally zoned farmland available for lease near Soledad. There are areas of large flats available as well as land easily accessible from the highway that runs through the property, in addition to rolling hills in some areas. There is a well and you will need to supply your own water infrastructure. Near many wineries, and great for row crops, livestock, feed, or industrial hemp.

Landowners plant an estimated ~200 acres of barley each year for the animals, and there are bees being kept as well. The land is fenced (although may need reinforcement for livestock or to keep deer out. There are various access points to the property as well. PG&E has stated that it is possible to run Phase 3 electricity to the area as well.

There is a house on the property belonging to the owner and is not available for tenant use, however, bringing on portable housing is an option as negotiable with the landowner.

No cell phone service on the property (except occasionally Verizon), landowner uses satellite internet.

There is an older barn on the property that needs to be refurbished before use or tenant can bring on removable shipping container (etc.) for storage.

Please be prepared to share your business plan and references with the landowner.

Current farming practices on property: None of the above/Not sure

Building and Infrastructure: Raw land

Available farm machinery, if any: Potentially with a separate agreement, not guaranteed.

Acres Available for Lease or Purchase: 4000

County: Monterey

Land Suitable For: Row crops, Cattle (beef), Cattle (dairy), Forage crops, Goats/Sheep, Grains, Hogs, Market garden, Orchard, Pasture, Poultry/Fowl, Vineyard, Berries, Other

Land is fenced: Yes

Landowner's preferred business arrangement: Buy/sell, Lease

Soil Quality and Type: Row crops, Cattle (beef), Cattle (dairy), Forage crops, Goats/Sheep, Grains, Hogs, Market garden, Orchard, Pasture, Poultry/Fowl, Vineyard, Berries, Other

Currently Living on Farm: Yes

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