Located on The California Coast in a small town this property, owned by the same family for over 100 years, is one of the most unique ranches in all Northern California.
Surrounded by a cathedral of over 80 acres of Redwood trees and views of the Pacific Ocean and bordered by the Corte Madera Creek on one side and the Boggess Creek on the other; the property provides a space of natural beauty and serenity.
The main cabin is set on a pond complete with canoes and fishing poles. Built during the Prohibition, the home includes two secret bars used in the past by the likes of Charles Lindbergh and Gregory Peck. The home has two bedrooms and one bath.
Next to this home is a cabin with three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The Cottage is the largest home on the property with five bedrooms and four baths. The lawn area adjacent has been home to many softball and football games.
The nearby dance floor provides additional space for entertainment.
The bridge which crosses the Creek is located by a ticket booth that has served many purposes including as a wedding cake station and outdoor bar.
The diversity of the landscape is vast. The highest point, is 1000 feet above sea level is the perfect area to hike, ride horses or ride dirt bikes.
The property also includes a main barn has two stories and was built in 1936 and a working barn for cattle that graze the land. Hay and Barley are planted in the wide-open fields. In addition, there is farm worker housing onsite. The property is maintained by a caretaker who resides onsite.
The Entire Farm is just a few miles from San Gregorio Beach and a mere 45 minutes to Stanford University and Sand Hill Rd. Come experience this once in a lifetime opportunity.