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$2,477,000  •  896.5 acres
Within the gates of Yosemite National Park lies this amazing 896+/- acre property. Nestled in a tranquil setting, away from the hustle, bustle, and worries of life, is a wonderful home awaiting you and your adventures. Built in 1973, this 2500 sq. ft. mountain cabin home has high beams, wood frame, and decks on front and back. The main house and downstairs apartment can be occupied separately, with separate entrances. Other areas on the property are identified where an additional cabin of your dreams can be built, affording views the likes are seldom seen. Walk among the towering conifers and rock outcroppings, taking in the amazing views, all on your own land, as you breathe in the clean, crisp air thinking…”This is social distancing done naturally.” The new owner will be in the unique position of being able to conserve for perpetuity a big section of land originally intended to be part of Yosemite National Park, while also being in the enviable position of having a house in a national park. When John Muir envisioned the original boundaries for Yosemite National Park, he included the lands of the Yosemite Lumber Company, on the western ridge above the Merced River, just south of the town of El Portal. When the lumber company objected, the final 1906 boundary established for Yosemite National Park skirted these holdings. The O’Conner family bought this land from the Lumber Company and managed it as a guest ranch. Upon Mr. O’Conner’s death, the land was divided between three O’Conner children. In the 1970s a portion of the property was sold to developers who created a residential community called Yosemite West. The Pacific Forest Trust bought the remaining O’Conner tracts in 2005 to prevent their subdivision and development, protecting them and the Park. Over the last 15 years, the Pacific Forest Trust has stewarded the properties to enhance their outstanding natural qualities. With a conservation easement in place, the next steward is allowed many opportunities to enjoy this property. Yosemite National Park and Sierra National Forest are your next door neighbors! You have direct access to tens of thousands of acres to explore. Close to Badger Pass ski area, Glacier Point, and all of Yosemite National Park. Owning this property is once in a lifetime opportunity.
$4,500,000  •  571.51 acres
The Guadalupe Ranch Estate is a stunning turn-key equestrian and recreational ranch property. Built as a personal retreat for famed L.A. architect-to-the-stars, Fred Smathers, the ranch features a gorgeous Mediterranean style estate home situated on a private lake. Totaling 571+/- acres, the ranch is situated in Catheys Valley, California less than an hour from Yosemite Valley, and just two hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. There are two guest/caretaker homes, a barn and stable, storage outbuildings, walker, round pen, and numerous and sizable pastures and turn-outs. No expense was spared when creating this special estate ranch. The property is fenced and cross-fenced and is ready for cattle to graze. Multiple wells, along with the private lake and deeded water rights make this an opportunity not to be passed up. Guadalupe Ranch has it all: fishing, hunting, equestrian and ATV riding, paddle boating, swimming, hiking, privacy and relaxation, all within an hour to Yosemite. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: luxury estate home (roughly 4,200 square feet), with every detail built into the design, high wood-beam ceilings, large, open, flowing spaces with lakefront views from every room beautiful granite, travertine, and ceramic tile work throughout the home designed to entertain, cook and prepare food both indoors and outdoors with ease smart, neat, and tidy 4-stall barn with hay/feed storage, wash racks, cross-ties, and tack room, there is room for more stalls and an arena three separate architect-designed outbuildings that could be used for equestrian, vineyard, or entertaining needs abundant water from numerous wells, seasonal creeks, springs, and the private lake large pasture was previously planted and harvested with an oat, wheat, barley hay mix - opportunity to continue this practice or develop a vineyard or orchard if desired well-maintained asphalt and gravel roads throughout the ranch - great access
$1,500,000  •  145.6 acres
Discover what Peace and Tranquility mean on this 145.6 Acre Ranch in the Sierra Foothills, only 10 minutes to Mariposa and about 1 hour from the Yosemite Valley floor. Gorgeous mountain meadows dotted with heritage oak trees, fenced and cross fenced into multiple pastures of 10 to 30 acres, and all with stock water troughs for your cows or horses. The original ranch house was fully remodeled in 2002/2003, and features a gourmet kitchen with granite counter-tops, stainless appliances including SubZero frige, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 3 sided wrap-around porch. The historic and well maintained wooden barn dates back to the late 1800s, and includes an excellent set of pipe-rail corrals and squeeze chute. There are two wells on the property: one is about 50 GPM, and the other is about 7 GPM. Williamson Act means low property taxes. Property Highlights: • 145.6 Fenced and Cross-Fenced Acres • 1000 SF 2 Bed / 1 Bath Ranch House • 3 Side Covered Porch • 1.5 Acre Deer Fenced around Landscaped Gardens • Fruit Tree Orchard • Historic Wooden Barn • (2) Wells = 57 GPM total yield • Excellent Pipe-Rail Fenced Corrals and Squeeze Chute • Multiple Pastures from 10 to 30 Acres - All with Stock Water • Williamson Act for Low Property Taxes • Mountain Meadows with Heritage Oak Trees • 10 Minutes to Mariposa - 1 Hour to Yosemite Valley Floor • Just over 3 Hours from SF Bay Area
$525,000  •  45 acres
Exceptional 45-acre multi parcel recreational property now available! Located in historic Greeley Hill, this rare find is set in gently rolling hills, open meadowlands and forested greenbelts along Bean Creek. Scenic Greeley Hill Ranch is in the Stanislaus National Forest provides a wide range of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Located near Yosemite, the wildlife, amazing views and development versatility make this a special property.