Basin Ranch, Greenfield, CA
$9,900,000, 5132.00 Acres
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California Outdoor Properties
The Basin Ranch is a rare opportunity to own 5,132 acres within a one-hour drive of Carmel-by-the-Sea and Pebble Beach, and just over an hour-and-a-half drive from the San Francisco Bay Area. The property is located west of Greenfield off of Carmel Valley Road and lies in the beautiful Santa Lucia Mountains. There is ample water from wells, creeks, and natural springs. The ranch offers privacy, and a multitude of opportunities for use: hunting, raising livestock, equestrian pursuits, or the development of a family ranch compound, retreat, or estate. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Rare large-acreage offering near the southern end of Monterey County’s coveted Carmel Valley 19 certificated parcels, with 17 parcels enrolled under the Williamson Act, ranch currently runs a small cow/calf operation Incredible privacy and 360-degree views of the Santa Lucia Mountains and the Ventana Wilderness Water – 3 wells, and multiple ponds and reservoirs Hunting opportunities include deer, pigs, turkey, quail, and predators Nice, simple access from Carmel Valley Road, would allow for a spectacular family ranch estate or recreation compound – only fifteen minutes from U.S. Highway 101 Includes a 27-acre parcel with home, shops, and turnouts which would make an ideal ranch-caretaker house, there is also a beautiful meadow and pasture that has the potential for a small vineyard or orchard planting This ranch would make an excellent 1031 exchange property
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