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This opportunity is being used to grow a variety of fruits and vegetables to supplement the areas numerous farmers markets and fruit stands. The farm was planted to six different types of black berries (2 rows Apache, 3 rows experimental variety, 4.5 rows Quintana,11 rows of Triple Crown, 11 rows of Sylvain, and 19 rows ofOllaiberry) grown on metal trellis with wood posts, spacing is 4X9. Part of the property was planted to apricots (5rows, spacing is 12X12), and plums (2 rows, 1 row is root stock, spacing is 12X12). During the 2010 year the prior owners stopped farming the apricots and plums. In 2012 the prior owners stopped farming the blackberries. Prospective buyers wil make their own determination as to the usability of these plantings and/or irrigation systems. The remaining farmland has been planted to various fruits and vegetables. This unique investment opportunity offers income, prime central coast farmland, well water, and is located in the sphere of influence of Arroyo Grande. Comment: FLOOD HAZZARD: According to FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map #06079C1602F, issued on September 30, 2005 the property lies in a 100-hundred year flood zone. Los Berros Creek bisects the land.
||2286 Acres Central Coast Farm Land
Map of 22.86 acres Central Coast Farm Land
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