The median home value in McArthur, CA is $150,000.
the county median home value of $325,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in McArthur, CA is $150,000.
Approximately 56% of McArthur homes are owned,
compared to 23% rented, while
21% are vacant.
McArthur real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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In the town of McArthur, 4 separate parcels including a total of 320.12 acres of land. A sprawling 320.12 -acre parcel of vacant land, offering boundless possibilities for development, expansion, and investment. Unlock the boundless potential of this expansive 320.12-acre agricultural land, a blank canvas of opportunity for farming enthusiasts, investors, and agribusiness entrepreneurs. Nestled in a region of natural beauty. Cultivate crops, raise livestock, or establish a rural retreatthe potential is as extensive as the land itself. Give agent a call for more details.
2.5 Acres in Beautiful Lassen County available. Bring all offers. Power nearby. Motivated Seller. 50 minutes to Burney Falls.
This 1,155 acre riverfront ranch is almost entirely surrounded by water with Mount Shasta towering as the backdrop. The Fall River forms the western boundary of the ranch for over three miles, while the Tule and the Little Tule Rivers form the east boundary for nearly four miles. This is the largest spring creek system in the United States and the Fall River has a reputation for exceptional fly fishing. The river is primarily known for its rainbow and brown trout. Seasonal wetlands and lush meadows are populated with abundant migratory waterfowl, including ducks, geese, swans and pelicans. Numerous raptors populate the area including eagles, osprey, owls and even peregrine falcon. The avid bird hunter will also find sage grouse, pheasant, dove, and quail. Big game populations in the area include deer, bear and pronghorn antelope. The ranch is located in Shasta County at an elevation of 3,000 feet. It is operated as a recreation and cattle ranch with a current cattle lease generating annual income. The improvements are comfortable and functional. Residential facilities include a three-bedroom, two-bath main home and a boathouse that has three bedrooms and three baths with two fully enclosed boat slips on the water level. There is an also 18,000 square foot historic barn.