Reduced! Referred to as "The Nest", this cute home is perched on the banks of the Trinity River, famous for its productive steelhead fishing. This two story home has an open living room/kitchen layout upstairs, great for entertaining, with expansive river views from the the large windows and balcony deck. Downstairs contains 3 bedrooms. A spiral staircase connects the two levels. The grounds are comprised of 2.15 mostly level acres towards the end of a road. The adjacent 1.1 acre lot is also for sale providing the opportunity to further increase the peaceful setting of this property. Great Trinity River Steelhead fishing property!
Trinity River Steelheader’s Home
Referred to as “The Nest”, This Trinity River home is located towards the end of a quiet country road in Northern California on 3.25 park-like acres. It is perched on a great stretch of the Trinity River in lower Junction City with the river running just beyond the large picture windows and covered balcony deck.
The property is comprised of three separate legal parcels of approximately one acre each. The home is located on one parcel, adjacent to the home is a vacant parcel. Next to the vacant parcel is the lot with an R.V. pad, including power and its own septic; located in one of the sheds on this lot is a toilet, shower and sink. Future potential with these three parcels includes development and individual sale, or perhaps R.V. vacation rental income. Lots of potential!
Inside the home, opening to the upstairs deck is a large living room, dining area and kitchen with fantastic river views. A spiral staircase connects the two stories with three bedrooms downstairs, two of which lead out to the downstairs patio and river beyond. At approximately 1,200 square feet the home is comprised of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry room, living areas, two sheds and a carport. A fantastic steelhead run is located just downstream of the property. It is rare to find a Trinity River house with such an eagle eye view of the river. It is referred to as “The Nest” for a reason.
Designated as a Wild and Scenic River, The Trinity is also one of the West’s best fisheries for Steelhead, and has some fantastic salmon and big Brown Trout fishing too! In May the salmon begin to run and can provide great fishing through November throughout the river. September is the beginning of the steelhead run which can last well into march. The intimate nature of the river, combined with strong runs of fish can result in mind boggling numbers of steelhead landed. Most fish are between 3 and 9 pounds, but can range up to 16. Although no longer planted, there remains a brown trout population most specifically targeted in the waters around Lewiston . The river is also very popular for rafting, kayaking and canoeing as it winds its way from Lewiston over 100 miles to the Klamath.
Trinity County is a pretty spectacular place! Recreational opportunities abound in this mountainous region of California. Roughly the size of Vermont, if pounded flat it would take up an area the size of Texas. The Trinity Alps Wilderness Area provides more that 500,000 acres of exploration for backpackers, horse packers, day hikers, hunters, fishermen and photographers. Just up the road from the B&B are Trinity and Lewiston Lakes. Trinity lake offers a fantastic water sports opportunity from bass and trout fishing to skiing and boarding with 145 miles of shoreline. Located just below Trinity Lake is Lewiston Lake which then feeds the Trinity River in Lewiston. Lewiston Lake is a tremendous trout fishery and in many cases can be fished just like a spring creek using small flies and targeting large fish. The Trinity River once again flows after being released from Lewiston Lake. From mountain biking to wine tasting to cross country skiing, there’s plenty to do here! It’s easy to find peace and solitude in Trinity County with only 4 people per mile and not a single traffic light.
River's Edge Properties
Shasta Land Services, Inc.
358 Hartnell Avenue, Suite C
Redding, CA 96002
DRE # 01402904