Sea Front Ranch is located at the southeastern reach of the Coachella Valley’s Mecca Slope region, a sought-after area with a unique climate that allows it to produce some of the earliest crops in California. This farm is supplied with affordable water from Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) and has excellent infrastructure in place for high value row crop production or development to permanent plantings. It also offers frontage along Highway 111 and is under a Williamson Act contract, which allows for significant property tax savings due to the property’s agricultural use.
This high-quality row crop farm is currently farmed by a tenant who is growing peppers. Current rents are $1,200 per acre. One district meter supplies affordable CVWD irrigation water via a reservoir, filter station and a system of mainlines that are efficiently configured for drip irrigation. The farm was a citrus grove for many years prior to being redeveloped for high value vegetable crops and it is surrounded on three sides by permanent plantings that include citrus, date and vineyard uses.