For additional Information, Contact

Charles Jamgotchian, Owner & Broker,   DRE Lic# 670397
2706 W. Ashlan #65, Fresno, CA 93705
Phone:  559-226-5796


342 Acre Ranch
North Fork, California

Description:  ID# 7369       SOLD
In 6 legal parcels ranging in size from 36 to 160 acres in size.  The land is in the Williamson Act and cannot be further developed.  If and when a building permit is issued for a home, that parcel will be removed from the Williamson Act and only 1 home can be built on the parcel.  Elevations range between 2200 and 2700 feet with frontage on road 200.   Many large meadows, creeks, springs, ponds and spectacular mountain views.  Power is on the ranch.


On road 200 between Hwy 41 and the town of North Fork.  Also near the Bass Lake recreation area.
Google Map Location
Yosemite National Park Info
Yosemite National Park forest service info
Yosemite area info
Bass Lake info

Present and Best Use:
6 legal parcels, can sell some and keep the rest.  Ideal for a family to build their individual homes.

If you wish to build a home, contact the various governmental agencies to determine the feasibility and requirements.  You should also contact the local fire chief or California Division of Forestry regarding SRA Fire Safe Regulations, PRC 4290 - Title 14
The Fences are not on the Property Line

Buyers who are interested in purchasing land in the Williamson Act should review AB1492 and
check with the County where the property is located to determine what they can or cannot do
with the property.
Williamson Act Info and new Legislation including info on AB 1492

Asking Price:  Reduced from $960,000 to $825,000
Major Price Reduction

Pictures of the 5 Parcels on Parcel Map 4022 between 36 & 38 Acres

Pictures of the lower 160 Acres

Maps and Topography maps

Assessor Map

Survey & Parcel Map

Topography Map

Location Map

Price and Availability are subject to change without notice
All information provided is deemed reliable, however we cannot guarantee its accuracy and we assume no liability for errors or omissions.
Prospective purchasers should independently verify all items of interest with their own sources and should consult with various professional and governmental agencies for additional information and conditions.

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