190 ACRE RANCH RICH WITH HISTORY. Created under a Spanish land Grant before California was a State. There are remnants of gold mines from the gold rush days (mineral rights still run with the ranch), a stage coach stop, and is rich in Native American and early Western history. Several movies were filmed on the ranch including, “The Outlaw Josey Wales” (1976) with Clint Eastwood, and “Ishi, Last of his Tribe” with Dennis Weaver (1978) when you’re on this unique wooded ranch property you would think you were a thousand miles from nowhere. The exceptional location is unusual for such a pristine large all natural parcel of land. It’s private yet close to major amenities such as Lake Oroville, feather river and table mountain.The topography is primarily gentle rolling hills with a year round running stream. There are a couple of ponds along the stream corridor, and an irrigation ditch, all providing righted water to the property. The ranch land is tree covered with native oak along with a few scattered pines and there are several small meadows. It probably appears the same today as it did 100 years ago! The ranch consists of four parcels totaling approximately 190 acres. It’s many possibilities for best uses include creating your private family ranch compound, developing a wellness sanctuary, nature preserve, or building your legacy retreat. It is ideal land for a first class equestrian facility, organic farm with a variety of livestock, or whatever suits your needs.