Beautiful Ojai Avocado Grove and Ranch. 317 total acres with an unusual mix of 100 +/- acres planted to avocados and an additional 200+ acres of nature at its best. The avocado grove is well managed and productive. The six year average for the grove is over 9,000 pounds per acre! The water is supplied by Casitas Municipal Water District with a good allocation of 300 acre feet per year. A new pumping system is nearly complete to improve efficiency and costs. The balance of the ranch is pristine, unchanged since early ranching days. The surrounding area previously featured walnuts, hay and grazing cattle. For people who like the great outdoors, horseback riding and nature appreciation is a great way to pass the day here. Native oaks are abundant and the ranch serves as part of a wildlife corridor that goes up Lion Canyon to Upper Ojai and beyond to the Sespe. The views are spectacular, including a wonderful vista of the iconic Ojai Valley Inn. There are several areas to build your dream home and a level area suitable for a horse facility. In the meantime, this is a working avocado ranch with a multitude of possibilities.
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