Lava Lakes Ranch
Steven Seagal’s 5,329-acre Lava Lakes Nature Preserve
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Located in the presence of 14,000 foot Mt. Shasta in northern California’s Shasta Valley, Steven Seagal’s 5,329-acre Lava Lakes Nature Preserve is a hidden and private paradise. Its seven beautiful lakes are home to numerous species of waterfowl, deer, bass and upland birds that thrive year-round in the safety and privacy of the ranch. The acreage is a beautiful mix of lush irrigated meadows, wild wooded uplands and spectacular rock formations. The massive 14,063 sq.ft. Tennessee white pine square log residence overlooks Barton Lake and has imposing views of Mt. Shasta. The impressive gated estate contains 9 bedrooms and 10 baths, an extensive water system and a backup generator for off-the-grid dependability. There is an additional 4,200 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 3-bath home nearby with 2-bedroom, 2-bath guest house, barns and corrals. Lava Lakes Ranch is currently operating as a nature preserve and working cattle ranch that supports 200+ pairs year-round. The nearby town of Mt. Shasta offers excellent cuisine, art galleries, golf and the hospitality of one of the nicest resort towns in the west.
Location and Area:
One of California’s hidden treasures is northern California’s Shasta Valley. The valley lies at an elevation of 2,600 feet just south of the Oregon border and is predominantly cattle ranching and hay production. The high mountains surrounding the valley provide the summer water for irrigation of the area’s lush pastures and fields. Streams and creeks flowing through the valley are tributaries to the mighty Klamath River. The spectacular scenery is dominated by the dramatic Mount Shasta which rises to 14,000 feet and is snowcapped all year with glaciers on the Shasta Valley side.