If you want to know more about this ranch, you’ll want to start by turning to the history pages of Temecula’s origins. This parcel was originally part of the Rancho Pauba, one of the four Mexican land grants purchased by Walter Vail in 1904. The Vail family retained the Pauba until 2006 when a long-time family friend became the current steward on this beautiful ranch. The 172-acre Pauba Ranch is in Southern California’s Temecula Wine Country. The property is a blend of cattle ranching days gone by and the vineyards of Temecula’s booming economy today. Under the Williamson Act, this property enjoys a low tax base. Situated at the southeastern most portion of the original 86,000-acre Vail Ranch, the Pauba is blessed with four active springs which continue to produce a steady flow of pure drinking water to this day. The 5br/4ba 3200sf custom home is nestled among massive sycamores, cottonwoods and 300-year-old oaks which are just a few of the features of this very private wine country jewel.