Vacant land parcels don't get much easier to develop than this one is. It has frontage on State Hwy 29 as well as an entrance road from Grange Rd. It did have a small ranch home, but dwelling was burned in the 2015 Valley Fire and has not been replaced. Ag well is cased with surface pump, the pump was also damaged in the fire and not operational now. Seller does not have the GPM from the ag well, but extensive irrigation mains are still in place through the center of the property, suggesting it was a very good producing well. Three phase power is at the street, transformers are on poles but new meters will be needed. Property line is in Putah Creek, beside the setbacks from this Class 1 stream the entire property is level and ready to be farmed. Soil type is mostly 147, Kelsey fine sandy loam, a very deep, well drained soil with an effective rooting depth of 60 inches or more according to USDA soil survey. Currently used for cattle grazing, this would be an excellent candidate for an estate home, vineyard, equestrian use or other agriculture.