Parcels along the Mokelumne River do not hit the market very often. This 38± acre piece has over 1,200± feet of river frontage. The Log Cabin Style home was built in 2007 and is steps from the river. It is raised to protect against flooding leaving parking and storage below the home. How about the farm ground and claimed riparian water – Historically in walnuts, it has serviced a permanent crop for years.
The Columbia Fine Sandy Loam might be a hot spot for a cherry orchard or new vineyard. Since it has a Church street address, I think it is fair to say it is a little bit of heaven.… If you are looking for an affordable 38± acre property on the Mokelumne River and are not afraid to roll up your sleeves, this is a ringer. Home does not have a Certificate of Occupancy due to an insufficient access road for fire equipment.