3556 Kempton Road, Rio Oso, California, 95608
Country Home in Sutter County. OPPORTUNITY TO OWN 1.2 ACRES WITH 2 HOMES!!! Not many of these types of properties available for sale in this part of Sutter County. Surrounded by farmland, this 3 bedroom/ 2 bath main home has been recently updated with wood floors, central heat and air, hot water heater, kitchen cabinets appliances, and bathrooms. Second caretaker unit is a mobile home and is fully permitted. Start your own small-scale farm in the greenhouses. With 20 truckloads of imported strawberry loam soil underneath, update these greenhouses for your vegetable garden. Wide open views of the surrounding farms, the Sutter Buttes, Sierrra Nevada Foothills to the east and Coastal Range to the west. Great nearby fishing and waterfowl hunting privided by the waters of Sacramento and Feather Rivers.
Sutter County was one of the original counties of California, created in 1850 at the time of statehood. Sutter County is named after one of the state’s more engaging and complex historical personalities, and an agricultural visionary. John Augustus Sutter, a German native born to Swiss parents, was one of the first to recognize the Sacramento Valley for its potential as an agricultural empire, and his Hock Farm, established in 1841 on the Feather River just south of present-day Yuba City, was the site of the valley’s first large agricultural enterprise.
Sutter County is home to the Sutter Buttes, known as the "World's Smallest Mountain Range." This volcanic formation provides relief to the otherwise seemingly flat Sacramento Valley. Bordered by the Sacramento River on the west and the Feather River on the east, Sutter County has 240 miles of levees. The Sutter Bypass, which diverts flood waters from the Sacramento River, cuts through the heart of Sutter County. Sutter County also has the State Feather River Wildlife Area, consisting of the Nelson Slough, O'Connor Lakes, Abbott Lake, Shanghai Bend, and Morse Road Units in Sutter County. Also, a 1795-acre State Park in the Sutter Buttes. In addition, there are the state public trust lands of the Feather, Bear and Sacramento rivers as well as smaller streams including Butte Creek and Butte Slough.