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GOLF CLUB: (530) 832-4200 grizzlyranchgolfclub.com


YEAR FOUNDED: 2005 ARCHITECT: Bob Cupp


YARDAGE: Black tees: 7,411 yards Forward tees: 5,374 yards


AMENITIES: Practice facility, Lake House, The Outpost (year-round recreation center with a heated pool and spa, fitness center, kitchenette and more) and fishing pond


REAL ESTATE: (530) 832-1800 grizzlyranch.com


HOMESITE PRICING: $40,000 -$80,000


an additional 425 acres approved for up to 87 homesites.


Grizzly Ranch Community The private gated community


Outpost Pool


of 45 residences at Grizzly Ranch is primarily made up of second homes, providing buyers an increasingly rare opportunity to own a home in an exceptionally low density community. Only 380 homesites are situated on 1,040 acres. Located near the long-time rec-


reational area of Graeagle in eastern Plumas County at the northern end of the Sierra Nevada, Grizzly Ranch feels very remote, but it’s not entirely removed. The community has excel- lent automobile access from Reno (45 minutes), Sacramento (2.5 hours) and the Bay Area (4.5 hours). Nervino Airport sits less than four miles east of Grizzly Ranch and features a 4,650 foot runway at an elevation of approximately 4,900 feet. It’s a perfect destination for private planes. “We see more people wanting less crowds and more nature. They appre-


Almanor Lake 89


Butt Valley Reservoir


Bucks Lake


70 89 Portola Graeagle 24 89 A23 Gold Lake Sardine Lakes 49 San Francisco To 80 Sattley 49


Sierraville 89


70 395


Lake Davis


395 Frenchman Lake


Antelope Lake


Susanville To


Truckee Tahoe Lake


Reno


ciate that “remote” feel, but they still can get to a Costco in 45 minutes,” says Norris. “The community and its surroundings have much less traffic and pedestrian congestion than what is seen now in places like Truckee and Tahoe City.” The community offers more than


three miles of walking trails and vista points for admiring views. Trails even- tually lead to The Outpost, another community amenity, which is home to a year-round recreation center, heated pool and spa, ping pong table, kitchenette, great room, and lounging area with cozy couches and a televi- sion. With its “alpine ranch” décor and architecture, the building blends in perfectly with the entire look and feel of the community. Of the 64 homesites that GRI


currently owns, approximately 10 are currently for sale with prices ranging from $40,000 to $80,000. Homesites range in size from one-half to 2.5 acres, with most sites being approxi- mately an acre with expansive views. Grizzly Ranch ownership remains


No. 18 and the Lake House


committed to the community’s origi- nal vision. Current property owners and prospective buyers can feel confident that Grizzly Ranch will continue to have just the right amount of remote.


SPRING 2016 / NCGA.ORG / 23


FEATHER RIVER


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