Peter & Sharmon Kenyon, Owners
355 RiverBar Road
Fortuna, CA 95540 707-768-9272
The following details are believed by the sellers to be correct.
We encourage buyers to verify details before making an offer.
The property consists of two assessor parcels.
APN 204-171-012-000 about seven acres of land plus the house and outbuildings
APN 204-091-022-000 about 11 acres of land with
2011-2012* $535,213 and $77,254
2010-2011* $538,613 and $76,677
2009-2010 $598,301 and $76,860
Recent Property Tax
2011-2012* $5,450 and $788
2010-2011* $5,490 and $783
2009-2010 $6,097 and $785
* assessment and tax adjustments under Proposition 8 rules
|Hydesville / Fortuna Schools||
Fortuna Fire District
|Private Well and Water||
1.5 hp submersible domestic water pump 3,000 gallon domestic water storage tank chlorination system greenand filters
10 hp submersible irrigation pump four-inch main irrigation line with five risers.
System specified by Humboldt County Health Dept. to support a four-room bed and breakfast
two 1200 gal. primary septic tanks one 1200 gal. secondary septic tank with pump
at-grade mound with two 90' laterals.
About 3,100 sq. ft., two-story (12' first, 8' second)) circa 1905 renovated in 2003 by DCI Builders, Ferndale
large country kitchen with electric slide-in, downdraft range, oak floor
master bedroom/bath with walk-in and reach-in closets, linen closet, carpet
master sitting room, oak floor
laundry room with half bath, vinyl floor
sewing room with custom, built-in cabinets, carpet
formal dining room, oak floor
front sitting room, carpet
two bedrooms with private baths, carpet, vinyl
two bedrooms share hallway bath, carpet, vinyl
linen closet and two electric water heater closets
attic access ladder space
Built in 2009 under AOB rules
36' x 32' first floor included three car spaces and storeroom, door openers
36' x 16' second floor includes office, full bath, two storage rooms with vinyl floors
15' x 30' x 12' erected in 2011
steel carport with partial sidewalls
with hot tub
60' x 40' with sliding barn doors
There are two small pump houses on the property; one located over the well casing and one located near the domestic water
The farmland is cross fenced into three five-acre (approx.) pastures and one one-acre (approx.) pasture. One of the larger pastures is planted with more than 1,000 three-year-old redwood trees.
The farm has south exposure and has produced commercial crops including pumpkins, silage corn, and rye grass/clover hay in recent years.
There is space for moving and storing farm equipment, both inside the barn and outside on a packed gravel equipment yard.