The unspoiled American paradise still exists...and if you keep your eyes open, you can still make it your own. In the Shasta Valley in Siskiyou County, this wildly beautiful track of land endures asit has for centuries. Set against the dazzling backdrop of frosted Mount Shasta and the Trinity Mountains, totaling1750 acres of grassy pastures and croplands. It's a home to flourishing wildlife: a vast play ground for the avid outdoors man; and a secluded, sustainable retreat.The setting is charmed many times over. Situated in a part of the valley locals call the "banana belt," its gently touched by all four seasons and easily accessible year-round. It's just west of Interstate 5 and a short drive from a jet airport in Montague and a municipal airport in Weed.The magnificent outdoor experiences of Lake Shasta, the Klamath and McCloud Rivers, and Kangaroo Lake are just minutes away, and so is fine dining in Mt. Shasta or Yreka. A four-hour drive takes you to Sacramento and San Francisco, and you're close to shopping in Oregon, a tax free state.Because the land is enrolled in the Williamson Act, property taxes are much lower than you might expect, with assessments based on farming and open space uses.If you choose to make your life here, you can easily create a fully self-sustaining compound. With wide open spaces, gently rolling hills, several natural springs, wells and acres of tillable ground to produce food for your family and your livestock, it's possible to live completely off the grid. Also 175+/- acres of flood irrigated ground, water supplied by the Grenada Irrigation District.By far the greatest advantage of all is the peace and tranquility that surround you in a place where pristine land and sky stretch as far as the eye can see...and knowing that it's yours to enjoy and leave as your legacy.The ranch sits at approximately 2500 feet in elevation and offers a very unique topography. The property is offered in several parcels, each offering numerous breath taking building sites with unmatched views of Mt. Shasta, the most photographed mountain in the western hemisphere. This property along with its many parcels will make for an excellent development opportunity should that be of interest in the very near future.This property offers a variety of native grasses, clovers and other legumes. Light winters make caring for cattle an easy operation year round. Working corrals, scale house, squeeze and loading chutes are very close to the headquarters. The property is fenced and crossed fenced, several natural springs and ponds are found throughout the ranch.Abundant wildlife can be found on the ranch and is an excellent habitat for animals native to Shasta Valley.