Property Detail

Lush is the word!! Superb creekfront lot with signature oak
Type: Lot
Price: $40,000
City: Squaw Valley
County: Fresno
Acres: 3.84 Well: No
Septic: No

Squaw Valley Road
Squaw Valley, CA 93675

Grade School: Dunlap
Junior High: Dunlap
High School: Reedley

APN: 19027108
Lot Number: 378
Track Number: 2240
Status: Sold

Offered by:
Squaw Valley Realty
31151 Hwy 180
Squaw Valley, CA
Phone: 559-332-2881
Phone: 559-332-2882
Fax: 559-332-2660


SOLD No doubt about it, the word for this awesome creekfront parcel is lush. This property exudes a feeling of surplus water. From dense lush grasses and ground cover to creekside willow trees to massive stately oaks to broad open meadows, there is no denying the presence of water. This lot is special.

The property is 3.84 acres with terrain varying front level to lightly sloped in the back. Sand Creek, one of the area's major drainages, bisects the proeprty near the front. The entire frontage has a dense coverage of oaks, willows, black walnuts, and sycamores along the creek that obscures the balance of the property from street view. The key feature of the frontage is a massive native water oak that is truly spectacular. The large majority of the land is across the creek. This area is nearly level and open with deep soils that would be highly suitable for a variety of agricultural plantings or for a horse setup, arena, and other ag related uses. Plenty of room for a home, shop, barns, and auxillary buildings.

Any negatives? The only real issue is in making a creek crossing to access all of the property. Here you have some alternatives - a bridge, culvert, or a natural ford that would be impacted during periods of heavy rains. The costs for each of these choices will vary, with putting in a bridge being the most expensive. Still, any of the options are not that price prohibitive when you consider the quality of the property.

This is a great property. It is highly usable, extremely scenic, and has excellent natural privacy. Come take a look. I do recommend you wear long pants and boots.

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