The median home value in Ballico, CA is $137,900.
the county median home value of $138,300.
The national median home value is $152,300.
The average price of homes sold in Ballico, CA is $137,900.
Approximately 48.85% of Ballico homes are owned,
compared to 42.82% rented, while
8.33% are vacant.
Ballico real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Approx 27 acres of Cling Peaches planted in 2011. 2013 production was approx 12 ton/ac. Varities include 15ac of Stanisalus and 10ac of Klamaths. Soil is Delhi sand, 0 to 3 percent slopes, Irrigation is via two deep wells, automated sand media filtration for micro sprinkler system, flood capable and one well is a submersible 40hp at approx 450gpm, the turbine well is for flood, gpm unknown.
Nice young peach orchard, planted in 2008. Variety is Lovells. Two shared wells with adjoining 26 Ac of peaches, which is also for sale. One well is submersible to 40hp, second well is 125 hp. Irrigated by deep well via micro sprinkler system. No buildings on property. Contract is with DelMonte for 10 years.
THIS IS A VERY NICE SINGLE STORY HOME IN A BALLICO. IT HAS A SPACIOUS AND ROOMY 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHROOM 1237 SQUARE FOOT OPEN FLOOR PLAN WHICH OFFERS GREAT USE OF SPACE MAXIMIZING THE FLOOR PLAN. THIS PROPERTY ALSO FEATURES A BIG MASTER BEDROOM AND AN ATTACHED BATHROOM AND CLOSET. ADDITIONAL BEDROOMS ARE ALSO SPACIOUS WITH GENEROUS CLOSET SPACE. THE KITCHEN IS ALSO PERFECT FOR ENTERTAINING, THOSE BIG FAMILY DINNERS, OR WHATEVER THE NEED MAY BE. THERE IS ALSO A NICE PATIO IN THE BACKYARD AND AN ATTACHED 2 CAR GARAGE. IT IS SITUATED ON .9 ACRES
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