The median home value in Maricopa, CA is $300,000.
the county median home value of $292,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Maricopa, CA is $300,000.
Approximately 61% of Maricopa homes are owned,
compared to 29% rented, while
10% are vacant.
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Red Mill Farm, Just a two-hour drive from Los Angeles, 70 miles from Ventura , Santa Maria and Bakersfield you can find this perfect ranch called Red Mill Farm located in Ventucopa in Cuyama Valley. It is surrounded by open spaces, vineyards pistachio groves, with gorgeous mountain views. This could be your perfect city escape, weekend getaway or permanent home. There is a Red Barn house with three spacious bedrooms, Open living room with a slider door entrance, a fireplace and a big kitchen and breakfast table and a formal dining area and one bathroom with washer and dryer. The house barn is equipped with 3 mini split air conditioner/ heater units to keep you comfortable in summers and warm in the winter. All windows have solid wood shutters that can be locked when away and new security system, It is fenced and gated with a stone wall entrance at each end of the property. There are many fruit and other trees on a timer drip system fed by a private well, well pump shed, and two water storage tanks, only one is hooked up and the other is extra . The house barn is hooked to a septic system. Propane tank is leased. Included in the sale are seven adjoining parcels APN Numbers. 149-275-001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006 and 007. Other outbuildings include storage sheds, chicken coop and a 40 feet shipping container. The previous owner has metal frames for the main gate ready to assemble and install with laser cut design for the main entrance to the ranch. Two metal water tower structures are there to raise the water tank above the ground level.
Farm land for lease. (Not for sale) 310 acre property (near junction of Highway 33 and Highway 166). While it is in Santa Barbara County, it is very near the borders of Ventura, Kern, and San Luis Obispo Counties.Approximately 200 acres are usable for planting. The rest is usable for grazing. There are two wells on the property. One produces 150 GPM and the other 90 GPM. 40 acres are currently under lease to grow carrots. The rest is available. Nearby all kinds of crops are grown including olives, pistachios, grapes, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, garlic, cabbages. Cannabis is also a possibility. Might be good for raising horses, sheep, goats or other animals. Approximately 80% of property is enclosed with barbed wire fencing.There are a couple of modest caretaker/worker residences made from storage containers. There are also two 45ft storage containers.Easy access from paved and private roads off Highway 33.Open to negotiation to lease all or part of the acreage. Owner is also willing to consider a joint venture.Price: $400 per farmable irrigated acre per year. $50 for non-farmable (Non irrigated) (not flat).Prices assume you are leasing a substantial amount of acreage. Smaller parcels will cost more per acre.
262 Castro Canyon sits on approximately 20.5 acres just minutes away from the town of Cuyama. There are 2.5 acres of cannabis cultivation approved through a land use permit (LUP). The cultivation site rests on a bench overlooking Castro Canyon and Cuyama. The site is usable for planting into native soil and also approved for greenhouse cultivation. A new 25 gpm pump has been installed to service the garden. There is an approved structure for worker housing onsite. This is a fantastic and affordable site for cultivators establishing cannabis production in Santa Barbara County.
Chumash Wilderness Ranch. 2 separate adjacent parcels APN:(001-0-050-100/149-230-32-00 Approximately 38+ acres each. There is water, utilities and some housing fatalities on the property. 50 miles north of Ojai off Highway 33 on Qualtal Canyon Rd. About a one-hour drive from downtown Ojai. There are 4 greenhouses and some farm equipment available. The property backs up to the Los Padres National Forest with very limited access to the public (Very Private). The caretaker may stay and help if offered. Currently there are chickens, rabbits and goats. Excellent location for campgrounds, farming, livestock etc. Or build your very own private dream home. Easy to show. Owner financing available.
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