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$5,500,000  •  2,100 acres
The legendary Eagle Rock Ranch is located in the California’s Coastal Mountain Range west of Ukiah on historic Low Gap Road, the former stage route to the town of Mendocino on the coast. Eagle Rock Ranch is among the last original large ranches in Mendocino County. Its central area opens to a grassed plateau surrounded by mature fir and oak trees, a sheltered & secluded oasis. This setting exudes privacy and remoteness yet is only 15 minutes to town. The 2,100-acre ranch has three houses (including the original, dating to 1858), a handsome weathered redwood barn, multiple year-round springs, three good wells, 440 volt electrical service, and extensive frontage on County roads. The Ranch takes its name from bald eagles nesting on its most important feature, an awe inspiring rock outcropping on the mountain west of the ranch’s headquarters. This one of Mendocino’s most significant natural landmarks and has been noted as such throughout the region’s recorded history. The property includes an operating craft distillery, where the famous Germain-Robin alambic brandy was originally crafted. The beauty of this ranch cannot be overstated. It is a wonderful place to live, relax, raise children and animals, entertain friends and family, picnic, hunt, hike, take walks and runs, ride horses and the like. The extraordinary wildlife is one of the greatest pleasures of living on the ranch. There are rabbits, raccoons, skunks, opossum, flocks of wild turkeys, wild pigs, weasels, coyotes howling by night, deer with their fawns, bobcats, an occasional fox, bear, or mountain lion, a chorus of peeping frogs in the spring and deep-voiced bull frogs on summer nights. The current owners have twice spotted the rare ring-tail cat. Because of the variation in terrain, vegetation, and altitude, there is an unusual variety of birds, including owls, migratory ducks, and blue herons. The myriad wildflowers in the spring have to be seen to be believed. Location: the property’s main entrance is five miles from downtown Ukiah on Low Gap Road, a well-maintained County road. This road and its spur, Pine Ridge Road, running parallel to Orr Creek, form the southern boundary of the ranch, some 3 ½ miles. Eagle Rock Ranch is thus 12 minutes from Ukiah, population 15,000, the county seat, with a good hospital, legal services, and consumer outlets (including a Costco); there is a good municipal airport capable of serving commercial jets. San Francisco in good traffic is two hours south; Santa Rosa's commercial airport is an hour south. Mendocino County, mountainous, rural, and sparsely populated, is part of the fabled North Coast Wine Country. The County possesses great natural beauty: its spectacular rocky coastline draws visitors from all over the world. Topography. The ranch is essentially the southern and eastern slope of a long ridge forming the north watershed of Orr Creek, rising from 700 feet elevation to 3000 feet at the west end and including the 2800-foot mountain which peaks in Eagle Rock. There are many seasonal creeks. The generally sloping terrain varies from open pasture to oak woodlands to fir forest; there is a small stand of old-growth redwood deep in a canyon below Eagle Rock and another on the north slope of the ridge behind the main house. There are several areas aggregating an estimated 120 acres that could be planted to grapes. Structures a. The original main ranch house, with original lovely and wide-planked clear-heart redwood walls, dates from ca.1858 and has been extensively renovated. A modern addition brings it to 2900 sq ft, including 2½ baths and an imposing fireplace built from local field sandstone; there are three outbuildings, including a modest guest cottage. b. A second house, built on a decorative fieldstone foundation in 1946, has been extensively rebuilt and renovated; of its 2400 sq ft,. One of the bedrooms/baths is detached, across a small enclosed garden area from the main structure; there is also a Mediterranean-style walled garden leading to a separate office/studio. This house has an adjacent garage and workshed/storage building. c. There is a handsome two-storey 2000 sq ft weathered barn used for storage and for cattle plus hayloft d. The third house (approximately 1500 sq. ft.) is a serviceable 3-bedroom modern residence for the ranch manager along with a shop and two detached guest quarters, one of which, located by the barn, replaced the old sheep-shearing shed. e. The original Germain-Robin brandy distillery was constructed in 1982-84. It is a show-piece, containing a beautiful antique copper still brought from an abandoned distillery in Cognac. There is also a large redwood-sided aging cellar, whose interior and roof are modern concrete/steel construction; this building is in excellent condition and could serve many purposes. Other relevant information. The ranch, zoned to 160-acre minimums, consists of eleven parcels which have completed Certificates of Compliance. All parcels save two either have county road frontage or are served by the excellent main-ranch entry road. Water. The Coales have drilled three good wells, and there are several more potential sites identified by professional hydrologists. There are numerous productive year-round springs. The many scenic creeks are seasonal. Fire protection. A productive well above the main buildings serves 12,500 gallons of water storage tanks, which feed a 4” underground main connected to fire stanchions at the barn, at the distillery, and at all three houses. A dozen head of cattle keep the ranch grazed down to reduce fire hazard. 440-volt electricity (sufficient for industrial use if needed) is carried on a dedicated line that serves all the ranch structures. The houses and the distillery are served with individual propane tanks. Ranch History. Low Gap Road was the original trail used by the Pomo Indians to journey to the coast to trade for seaweed and abalone. Eagle Rock itself was regarded as sacred. Many arrowheads, throwing stones, and mortars and pestles have been found around the ranch. The Coales have not allowed these objects to leave the ranch. The earliest recorded holdings date from before the Civil War. The crumbling remains of an 1850s homesteader’s cabin, barn, corral, orchard, and vineyard are still visible at the eastern end of the ranch. To subsist, many homesteaders stripped tanoak bark to be sold for commercial leather-curing. They also cut firewood for Ukiah (the courthouse once had 40 fireplaces), split railroad ties from large redwood trees, planted grapes and pear and apple trees, and ran sheep. There remain two single-room cabins for solitary shepherds, which predate the original main house. The main house, built in 1858, reflects the vertical architectural style brought in from the New England-settled whaling village of Mendocino. The house contains large wall planks on the interior walls and foundation timbers rough-sawn from virgin redwood. Later in the 1920’s and 1930’s, various homestead and vacant parcels were assembled by the Bradford family into a cattle/sheep ranch; Bradford family ashes were scattered from Eagle Rock. The Bradfords also had a commercial peach orchard in front of their main house; there is an aerial photograph of the orchard from ca 1948. Oats were cultivated on a sloping fenced field behind the 1946 house, and the gang-plow, mower, and hay rake are still on the property, along with the original Fordson tractor. In the early 1950s, George Chalfant, an ATT long-lines engineer, began looking for a ranch to purchase for his retirement. Chalfant had run the Bell Telephone long-distance lines across the Cascades and was also the senior engineer for wiring the founding United Nations conference (the first use of simultaneous translation in five languages), held in San Francisco in 1945. Chalfant flew all over northern California in search of land he liked. He believed that the Ranch was the most beautiful land to be found in California. Chalfant purchased the Ranch from the Bradfords’ successors in 1954 and retired to it in 1957; he added some adjacent parcels to round out a natural and sheltered geographic unit. He leased the rangeland and the second house (built in 1946) to Meredith Clark, who ran sheep on the property for 35 years. An avid amateur historian, Chalfant had a deep interest in the Hudson Bay Company and was instrumental in placing several Historical Monument plaques, one of them on busy Montgomery Street in the financial district of San Francisco. In his eighties, confined to a wheelchair by crippling arthritis, Chalfant held back from selling the property, hoping to find buyers who would love the ranch as he did. When he encountered the Coales in 1973, he lowered the price and offered advantageous terms so that they could afford the purchase. The Coales have made the ranch their home ever since. They have carried out extensive renovations and additions to both of the main houses. Germain-Robin brandy distillery. Near the barn is the original Germain-Robin brandy distillery and aging cellar, still in occasional use. In 1981, Coale picked up a hitch-hiking refugee from the industrialization of cognac. Hubert Germain-Robin came from the Jules Robin family, cognac producers since 1782. Hubert told a sad tale: ancient hand-methods of distillation were disappearing as huge firms applied “improved” high-volume industrial methods. Hubert wanted to turn the clock back and distill using craft methods handed down for centuries from master to apprentice. Hubert dismantled an antique still in an abandoned cognac distillery and shipped it to the ranch in Mendocino County. Coale built a modest redwood building for it, thus starting the country's first craft distillery since 1919, and the two began to experiment with premium wine grapes. The very first time that brandy distilled from pinot noir flowed from the still, Hubert took a long sniff from the sampling glass, turned to Coale, and said: “this is the finest I have ever experienced.” The first Germain-Robin brandies were released in 1987. By the mid-1990s, once the aging brandies had matured, Germain-Robin was frequently reviewed among the world's finest distilled spirits: in 1996, Robb Report's expert panel named the Select Barrel XO the best spirit in the world, ahead of Macallan 18-year-old and the $1500 Richard Hennessy cognac. From his ranch office, Coale also developed and marketed Hangar One vodka, the first significant national craft brand, which was sold to Cuervo in 2010. Germain-Robin was sold to Gallo in 2017.
$6,500,000  •  171.65 acres
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.
$14,900,000  •  150 acres
This -/+ 43,000 SF facility is located on -/+ 150 acres which includes -/+ 42 acre vineyard. in Paso Robles. This triple level gravity flow production winery features multiple labs, offices, catwalks, event spaces, bottling room, and hilltop crush pad. Equipment included
$3,300,000  •  150 acres
Own an entire appellation – America’s Smallest Appellation and all under one single ownership. Cole Ranch Appellation produces unique wine from the curious microclimate and high elevation. Great wine is mysterious and unpredictable. One can understand a lot about it, yet it can evolve and become more complex with time. How does wine express a sense of place, subject to minute differences in terroir? If you have ever romanticized about owning a vineyard, this offering is for you. The 150 acre Cole Ranch Appellation has 55 acres planted in Pinot Noir, Merlot, Riesling, and Cabernet Sauvignon vines and is located in Mendocino County. Just 20 minutes from Hopland, one hour to Santa Rosa, and 2 hours to San Francisco, this property is ideally located and provides the right level of privacy with access to major metropolitan areas. Property Highights • Once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase an entire appellation • Fantastic building site on knoll overlooking vineyards • Vineyard manager home on property • 55 acres of vineyard planted o 10.2 acres of Pinot Noir o 7 acres of Merlot o 11.5 acres of Riesling o 26.5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon • Approximately 130 tons of grapes sold to nearby wineries • Abundance of water o Natural spring water o 20 GPM well, as provided by the owner o Water rights to adjacent reservoir • Private septic system • Overhead electric • Propane available in the area
$4,200,000  •  80 acres
Premier Westside Vineyard Estate in Paso Robles' highly coveted Adelaide District AVA. -/+ 80 acre ranch with -/+ 62 acres of premium wine grapes currently contracted with various prestigious wineries in the region.
$1,550,000  •  72 acres
USDA certified organic blueberry farm just 2.8 miles south of LaRue Texas and 1.5 hours from downtown Dallas. Berry Best Farm is a working, self-pick retail and wholesale farm that produces for several grocery stores in the Dallas area, as well as local farmers markets. Established in 1985 and committed to the environment by organic practices, the farm maintains the USDA organic certification. No herbicides or pesticides are used in farming, harvesting, or processing the over 30 acres of established blueberry bushes. Sun-ripened, and hand-picked and processed makes Best Berry Farm products good for the earth, and good for you. The soil and water are naturally pH balanced to produce signature organic blueberries. Water supplied by five water wells and ponds. The property is fenced and includes one picker, packaging and sorting equipment. Improvements include a small farmhouse, workshop, sheds, a storefront with picnic area, and storage facilities. Attractive weekend destination to enjoy the great outdoors. East Texas Organic Blueberry Farm for Sale Henderson County.
$2,000,000  •  59 acres
A "BEAUTIFUL" opportunity to purchase a gorgeous pecan orchard. A 2,000-tree operation that also share crops another 23+/- acres of pecans. The property is not only an income producing property, but also has spectacular recreational appeal. The free-range axis and black buck provide an excellent hunting set up. IMPROVEMENTS: The orchard has an approximately 2,490 sq. ft. foreman’s house with approximately 1,531 sq. ft. of open and screened end porches. Next to the foreman’s house are the guest cabins (approx. 600 sq. ft.) both of which have 300 sq. ft. front porches. A 2,400 sq. ft. metal pole barn with concrete slab floors that houses all of the pecan processing equipment. VEGETATION: Pecan Trees, (Western, Wichita, and Native trees), Hackberry, Mesquite, and a small amount prickly pear cactus along the fence lines and the river. Native grasses and forbs line the pecan trees roles. WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, Axis, black-buck, dove, coyotes, bobcats, and other varmints. WATER: The property does have a water well next to the house located in the central portion of the property. The property has approximately 400 total feet of frontage along the north side of the Llano River. The property also has 119-acre feet of water rights for irrigating the orchard. There is a TCEQ permitted water pump located at the northwestern corner of the property. This pump put water in to the irrigation channels which provides irrigation through-out the orchard. ACCESS: The property is at the end of Kimble County Road 3121 (384 KC 3121, Junction, Texas 76849). EQUIPMENT: The orchard has a long list of equipment that has been included in the price of the property and some others that have not been included. A list showing all of these will be provided upon request. FENCING: The orchard is fenced on the north and east sides with net wire fencing on metal “T” post and metal post. The remaining sides either have barbered wire fencing which is laid over or no fencing. Call Cameron Schuster to schedule a showing today! 830-334-1593
$3,390,000  •  53.4 acres
An equestrian estate marked by elegance and charm with exceptional facilities, manicured grounds and a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. Located in the scenic Uwharrie Mountains, a mile from Badin Lake and Old North State Club & community, this estate offers all you need for a dream lifestyle. Situated on 53+ acres it includes a 7,345 sf main house with pool, gardens & pavilion, two 3-car garages, English garden with temperature controlled green house. An elegant yet practical farm; includes two show quality barns with 12 total stalls, indoor arena, and several accessory buildings for equipment and supplies. Six rolling pastures with board fencing and 3 ponds provide vistas from all parts of the estate. The estate also has a 2,114 sf guest home. True to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Main House is a tribute to nature and indoor/outdoor living, with special features such as steel beam construction including cantilevered overhangs, atrium and fully finished lower level. An expansive European influenced entertainment venue; remodeled in 2014, the lower level includes a Pedini designed kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room and state-of-the-art theater room with 116” screen. Superlatives like “custom” and “high quality” fail to adequately describe the home, its design, workmanship and efficiency. This home and estate is distinctive, inimitable; a rare find. MEADOWSWEET FARM 53.39 Acre Equestrian Estate with Amenities and Second Home (MLS 3400461) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] *Also offered with 42.71 acres and the main residence (MLS 3408129) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 less 10.68 acres & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Estate Home: 7,345 sf w/Full Size, Finished Lower Level Two-3 Car Garages: One w/Storage Room, Workshop & Dog Kennel Pool & Pavilion English Garden & Green House Morton Equipment/Storage Building 7-Stall Barn w/2nd Floor Studio & Storage Morton Indoor Arena w/5 Stalls (“Barena”) Morton Pull Through Service/RV Building w/3 Garage Doors Large Equipment Carport Aviary/Chicken Coop 3 Ponds & Orchard 6 Pastures w/Board Fencing Second Home: 2,411 sf w/3 Bedrooms; Built 2014
$2,950,000  •  42.71 acres
An equestrian estate marked by elegance and charm with exceptional facilities, manicured grounds and a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. Located in the scenic Uwharrie Mountains, a mile from Badin Lake and Old North State Club & community, this estate offers all you need for a dream lifestyle. Situated on 53+ acres it includes a 7,345 sf main house with pool, gardens & pavilion, two 3-car garages, English garden with temperature controlled green house. An elegant yet practical farm; includes two show quality barns with 12 total stalls, indoor arena, and several accessory buildings for equipment and supplies. Six rolling pastures with board fencing and 3 ponds provide vistas from all parts of the estate. The estate also has a 2,114 sf guest home. True to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Main House is a tribute to nature and indoor/outdoor living, with special features such as steel beam construction including cantilevered overhangs, atrium and fully finished lower level. An expansive European influenced entertainment venue; remodeled in 2014, the lower level includes a Pedini designed kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room and state-of-the-art theater room with 116” screen. Superlatives like “custom” and “high quality” fail to adequately describe the home, its design, workmanship and efficiency. This home and estate is distinctive, inimitable; a rare find. MEADOWSWEET FARM 42.71 acres and the main residence (MLS 3408129) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 less 10.68 acres & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Also offered as 53.39 Acre Equestrian Estate with Amenities and Second Home (MLS 3400461) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Estate Home: 7,345 sf w/Full Size, Finished Lower Level Two-3 Car Garages: One w/Storage Room, Workshop & Dog Kennel Pool & Pavilion English Garden & Green House Morton Equipment/Storage Building 7-Stall Barn w/2nd Floor Studio & Storage Morton Indoor Arena w/5 Stalls (“Barena”) Morton Pull Through Service/RV Building w/3 Garage Doors Large Equipment Carport Aviary/Chicken Coop 3 Ponds & Orchard 6 Pastures w/Board Fencing Second Home: 2,411 sf w/3 Bedrooms; Built 2014
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$1,080,000  •  40 acres
The Bloom Ranch is located in western Yolo County in an area known as Capay Valley. With 40 acres of level, mostly class 1 soil there are many opportunities awaiting a new buyer. Currently 30 acres are planted in young Howard and Chandler walnuts with 5 acres open and home and improvements located on the remaining acreage. The ranch is also currently operating a walnut hulling, drying and cracking business. Improvements include a 2044 SF, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath custom home, 40 x 60 metal shop building, 30 x 100 hulling equipment building, clean room and cold storage along with numerous small outbuildings. The ranch could go in many directions including possible organic vegetable farm or horse ranch. Current owners are retiring. Property Highlights: • 40 acres mostly class 1 soil • Located in desirable Capay Valley • 30 acres planted in walnuts • 2044 SF Custom home • Walnut hulling, drying and cracking equipment • Large metal outbuildings • 2 wells • Quiet location
$1,200,000  •  40 acres
Enjoy your life on this private, peaceful and incredible gem of a property tucked away in maybe Amador County's most beautiful valley. Sit on your covered front porch sipping coffee overlooking your 2 acre vineyard, private bass pond frequented by Canada geese and a variety of ducks. Watch the horses and deer graze in the pasture. Watch the stars in the unbelievable night skys. The 2400 square foot country farm house is comfortable and well appointed, just ready for a new owner to create memories to last a lifetime. The big red barn provides plenty of storage, including workshop area. The 2 stall horse barn includes a tack room and hay storage area, and sits next to a round-pen. There are two wells, two storage tanks and a diverter valve to ensure water for both the house and the vineyard. The property abuts 40,000 acres of SPI timberland, enhancing recreational possibilities and setting you well apart from any urban sprawl. Property Highlights: • 40 Acres in private, peaceful, and beautiful secluded Valley • 2400 sq ft Country Farmhouse is comfortable and well appointed • Big Red Barn provides storage and workshop area • Year round pond is stocked with bass • 2 acre vineyard of Mouvedre variety - managed by lease • 2 wells and storage tanks provide domestic and irrigation water • 2 Stall Horse Barn with tack room & hay storage • Round pen • Neighbors 40,000 Ac of private timberland - increasing recreational possibilities • Property sits well away from any urban sprawl - enhances quality of life • Minutes from Amador County's Shennandoah Valley wine country
$895,000  •  5 acres
LOOKING FOR A MAGNIFICENT ESTATE COMPLETE WITH A GORGEOUS HOME AND PHENOMENAL HORSE FACILITIES INCLUDING A STATE OF THE ART INDOOR LIGHTED RIDING ARENA AND METICULOUSLY CARED FOR BARN AND TACK FACILITIES!! THIS IS THE PLACE YOU DREAM OF FOR YOUR HORSES AND FAMILY!!!! THE HOME IS THE SOUTHERN STYLE WITH AN AMAZING FRONT AND BACK PORCH!! 7 BEDROOMS, 4 BATHROOMS, STUNNING VAULTED CEILINGS AND INCREDIBLE VIEWS THROUGHOUT!! FORMAL DINING, AWESOME RANCH STYLE KITCHEN, BREAKFAST NOOK. THE MASTER BEDROOM IS EVERY WOMAN'S DREAM COMPLETE WITH WALK IN CLOSET AND MASTER BATH! LAUNDRY HOOK UPS ON MAIN LEVEL AND ALSO IN THE BASEMENT FOR CONVENIENCE. COMPLETELY LANDSCAPED YARD COMPLETE WITH ORCHARD, 6 STALL BARN WITH HOT WATER, HEAT LAMPS, WASHRACK. HUGE 66 X 200 FT OUTDOOR ARENA AND 2500 SQ FT HEATED SHOP. THIS ESTATE IS SOMETHING EVERY EQUESTRIAN EXPERT DREAMS OF!!! COME AND SEE AND YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!!!
$1,875,888  •  2.91 acres
WELCOME TO PARADISE! TOP OF THE WORLD EXPERIENCE: THIS CUSTOM ARCHITECTURAL GEM IS A BARRY SMITH CONTEMPORARY RANCH DESIGN AND SITS ON TOP OF ITS PRIVATE HILLSIDE WITH UNPARALLELED PANORAMIC MAJESTIC VIEWS FOR MILES. On the market for the first time, this is an outstanding rare opportunity to acquire the best view lot in the private guard gated Community of Rolling Hills Estates. This single story home sits on a sprawling 3 acres. This home is an art lovers dream with art niches throughout the home to display magnificent art. 4bedrooms, 3½ baths. With floor to ceiling windows throughout the home to enjoy the most amazing 360-degree views. The ceilings through out the home have the most unique cedar and Douglas fir design; The living room/dining room was designed to take advantage of casual California entertaining with doors opening to the pool patio for year round al fresco dining. The oversized 5 car garages are pristine and ideal for any car collector, craftsman, or horse lover. The backyard encompasses a vanishing-edge pool and The sunrises from this back yard are simply breathtaking. What a dream to sit amongst the stars in your hot tub while staring out at the amazing view of lights for miles. The property is connected to Horse trails and embraces acres of year round producing Avocado trees, and citrus trees. Rolling hills estates has Horse trails, an equestrian center, a tranquil pond, mature landscape, and RV parking.