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$4,950,000  •  1,412 acres
$5,500,000
The historic 1412 acre R&R Ranch has long been recognized as the gem of Potter Valley. The Ranch embodies its own unique microsystem within the greater Potter Valley basin and is second to none as California’s premier wildlife epicenter. Far removed from public access and behind locked gates, the journey into the Ranch unfolds as if opening a picture book. Passing through the Ranch’s entrance the valley floor opens up to large expansive views of idyllic pasture bisected by a live creek and ancient valley oaks. Rising from this floor and creating a stunning backdrop are the oak and fir studded mountains and ridges that encircle and protect while dramatic rock outcroppings act almost as sentries to this magnificence. Giving vitality to this picture is the wildlife that has made the Ranch their sanctuary. Here you will find large herds of Tule Elk feeding and roving in the morning and evening in the valley while sleeping away the day in the protective folds of the mountains. Blacktail deer, wild pigs, black bears can be found throughout the Ranch while quail, grouse, and migratory birds could be found in lower wetland areas. Situated in the heart of the Ranch is the historic 3500 sq. ft. Victorian Farmhouse was built in the 1890s. Serving as the Ranch’s Headquarters, these premises exude an aura of a simpler time void of modern’s life frivolity. With 6 bedrooms and 2 bath, the headquarters has played host to literally decades of fabled festivities. Long the exclusive hunting retreat and playground of a prominent Bay Area Family, the Ranch was a renowned destination spot. In years passed, the field in the back was transformed into a makeshift airstrip to shuttle the many guests. The stories are rumored to be deserving of epic reference. Besides the Headquarters, there are 3 barns/outbuildings scattered throughout. Water is procured from a domestic well and springs. One significant spring has historically been used to irrigate pasture. Currently, about 12 acres are irrigated and another 150 to 180 acres have been dry-farmed and hayed. In addition, there are 2 sizable ponds on the Ranch While hunting was one of the primary activities of the Ranch, conservation was always at the forefront of the Owner’s mind. Farm practices stressed wildlife proliferation over profit from domestic livestock. The Tule Elk herd went from a handful of animals to sustainably huntable population it is today. The Ranch is a participant in California Ranch for Wildlife (aka Private Land Management Program - PLM) wherein the Owner cooperates with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in exchange for the ability to issue hunting tags. Currently, the Ranch receives 2 bull tags and 6 cow tags though that number is due to increase. Of course, there is the traditional season for other wildlife. In keeping with the Owner’s dedication to conservation, the Ranch has been placed into a limited conservation easement with Mendocino Land Trust wherein the parcels were merged preventing the Ranch from being parceled out in the future though having very limited impact on the use, enjoyment, and appropriate development of the Ranch in the future. More importantly, this easement allows for a reduction in property tax liability for the new owner. The potential uses of the Ranch are many. There are approximately 40 acres of vineyard land and approximately another 150 to 200 acres of orchard land. Cattle and sheep grazing is always an option. The Ranch’s immense open pasture lends itself to a first-rate equestrian center. For those wanting a more modern abode, there are a number of stunning building sites that would accommodate the development of the same. Rarely does a ranch of this magnitude with this amount of useable ground and these many natural attributes in an accessible area come to market. Property Highlights: • 1412 acres with 40 acres of potential vineyard land and 150-200 acres of the orchard or pasture land, oak and fir woodlands, and topography chasing from flat valley ground to rolling hills to steeper mountains • 3500 Sq Ft Ranch Headquarter’s from the late 1800s with 6 bedrooms, 2 Baths with much Period Detail • Wells and Springs with an impressive artesian spring historically providing water for the Irrigated Pasture • 2 Ponds - one stocked with fish and boat deck • A Wildlife Sanctuary teeming with Tule Elk, Blacktail deer, Wild Hogs, Wild Turkey, Quail, Grouse, and Migratory Birds with the Elk Herd being managed under California Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife PLM Program • Sprawling Equestrian Playground Potential of the Highest Caliber • Long Distant Professional Shooting Range • Limited Conservation Easement allowing for full enjoyment of the Ranch while also limiting Tax Liability
$10,900,000  •  1,382.5 acres
The historic Biaggi Ranch is situated on Mendocino’s pristine coast between the coastal hamlets of Manchester and Elk. A ranch of this caliber rarely comes to market. Comprising of over 1382 acres, the ranch rises from almost sea level rolling grassland pasture to over 1600 feet elevation with towering redwood forests. Intermixed in this diverse topography are lush mountain meadows, spring-fed draws, and building sites with big, unobstructed coastal views south to Point Arena’s lighthouse and north to Irish Beach, and west across the Pacific as far as the eye can see. Historically the ranch has run sheep and dairy stock with the occasional grain crop being cultivated on the ranch’s western flats. Since the 1970s, however, the ranch has been utilized more as a beef operation running between 80-100 cows. Throughout its history, the Biaggi Ranch’s forest has proved to be a sustainable and reliable resource providing split rail fencing, railroad ties, shake, lumber, and tanoak bark from the late 1800s thru the mid-late 1900s at which time the ranch’s focus changed to longer-term forestry practices that stressed sustainability, yield, and quality while preserving the ecological integrity of the ranch. The ranch has an estimated +18 million board feet of timber with roughly that split 50%-50% between Redwood and Douglas Fir with a small amount of White Fir. There is an NTMP in place. This timber stand is a significant resource allowing the new owner many opportunities including sustainable harvesting, carbon credit banking, conservation easement potential, or a combination of all three. Besides the ranch’s economic attributes, the ranch affords immense recreational potential. There is a well-maintained road and trail system throughout the ranch that allows access to almost all points and could double as equestrian and ATV trails. The ranch plays host to a number of different species including Blacktail Deer, wild turkey, mountain and valley quail, blue grouse, occasional black bear, wild hog, and many other species. The ranch would be an ideal hunting retreat or for the matter a wildlife preserve. Besides its wildlife, the ranch has numerous streams including Owl Creek and Alder Creek tributaries which provide critical habitat for the steelhead coming from the Pacific. In regards to improvements, the ranch has two modest homes that were built in the early 1900s (1200 sq ft and 800 sq ft) that could serve as a temporary abode while the new owners build their new home and then later converted to caretaker’s quarters. The two older barns are in working order and provide able room for livestock, hay, and storage. The houses are fed by a spring and even with the worst drought in California history performed without fault. The ranch is fenced and crossed fence in parts. The ranch is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. The closest airport is in the town of Little River, 24 miles from the property. For commercial flights, the Sonoma County Airport is 2 hours from the property. Property Highlights: • 1382.50 Acres Comprising 1o Legal Parcels of gently rolling pasture, heavy forest, spring-fed draws, open mountain meadows, and unbelievable Pacific view building sites on various parts of the ranch • An estimated +18,000,000 Board Foot of Timber split roughly 50/50 between Redwood and Douglas - NTMP • 80-100 head carrying capacity for a cattle operation and substantially more for a sheep operation • Teeming in native wildlife including Blacktail deer, wild turkey, quail, bear, wild hog, and more in addition to having creeks and springs throughout • Point Arena is just down the road with its organic co-op grocery store, incredibly beautiful restored theatre, public library, credit union, and public fishing pier at the Point Arena Wharf. Manchester State Beach, which is over 3 miles long and ranked in the top 10 for best beaches in the Pacific Northwest, is right down the road.
$2,750,000  •  265 acres
Bridgeport Ranch - 265-acre coastal ranch south of the village of Elk.
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$16,900,000  •  255 acres
$21,000,000
The White Oak Ranch & Vineyard is California’s premiere wine country estate where Mediterranean refinement blends with Western tradition. The White Oak is a large scale production vineyard that affords the discerning buyer the opportunity to step into this quintessential lifestyle at a level that rarely comes to market. The White Oak’s Villa is a architectural masterpiece down to the most minute detail. Walking its long vaulted corridors as light steals through the interior courtyards makes one take pause at the absolute beauty man and nature are capable of when harmoniously intertwined. Looking out from the Villa’s balcony the land rolls itself out into a sea of vineyards with manicured ponds and islands of heritage oaks rising along the horizon while the sun plays itself off against the distant mountain range as it has throughout the millennium. Beckoning at the edge of this picture is the ever meandering Russian River. The sense of tranquility is surreal. The White Oak’s two hundred and fifty-five acres comprises over one hundred and thirty acres of productive vineyards that are sold to some of California’s finest wineries. Supporting this scale of operation is an equally impressive infrastructure made up of office & distribution facilities, barns, works shops & warehousing, workers’ housing, fenced pastures, corrals, pumps and water distribution network, etc.. Besides the Ranch’s commercial attributes, significant attention has been given to its recreational component. A separate pool, spa and full workout facility lies at the Ranch’s north end while the Ranch’s wooded south end pays heed to its Western heritage with a professional equestrian arena, stables and corrals. Commanding a view above this stands the Ranch’s inviting South House. Over the hill from this is the shooting and archery range while the lower road will take you along the banks of the Russian River where one could fly fish for steel-head and trout. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Villa of (10,000 Sq.Ft.) of engineered blocks (Rastra) incorporating an immense amount of concrete and over 80 tons of rebar resulting in massive walls yielding an R54 rating. Custom doors and windows handcrafted in France and Italy. Imported ceramic throughout with radiant heat underneath - the tile work alone taking more than two years to complete. This Villa has 5 en suite bedrooms, 7 baths, professional kitchen, butler’s pantry & scullery, wine cellar, bar, three fireplaces, two internal courtyard gardens, balcony & loggia, outdoor kitchen with huge exterior fireplace, pizza oven, outdoor kitchen & massive outdoor fireplace, three car garage, etc.. Workout & Spa Facility (1012 Sq Ft): A full workout facility with steam sauna/room, his & her bathroom, pool, outdoor sunken & covered jacuzzi, etc.. Acres of professionally landscaped grounds including vegetable & herb gardens with greenhouse and fruit trees. Stable & Recreational Parlor & Bar (5300 Sq. Ft.) Hay Barn, Dog Kennel & Chicken Run, etc.. Ranch Headquarters & Distributions Facility along with an adjoining and well appointed four bedroom Guest Lodge (5070 Sq. Ft.) Total of 255 acres comprising 130 acres of planted vineyard, 30 of plant-able and 75 acres of native woodland and pasture. Williamson Act applicable on over 220 acres for reduced tax liability. Varietals & Acreage: Chardonnay 15.62 acres, Sauvignon Blanc 16.72 acres, Cabernet Sauvignon 54.82 acres, Merlot 20.24 acres, Pinot Gris 13.73 acres, Petit Verdot 5.62 acres, Port Varieties 3.58 acres. There are approximately 80,000 vines producing an average of over 875 tons of grapes. Perfected Water Rights on three ponds with two diversion rights on Russian River for recharge. Five domestic wells with over 25,000 gallons of storage, natural springs and about a mile of Russian River frontage. Perfected water rights to this extent in California are extremely rare. Vineyard Manager’s House & Garden (920 Sq Ft) South House (2,600 Sq Ft): the Ranch’s South House is a contemporary three bedroom ranch house that offers a bird’s eye view out over the professional horse & rodeo arena below it. Professional Equestrian & Rodeo Arena: the ultimate crown jewel of any historic California ranch has always been its arena. With outdoor lighting, an announcer’s booth and viewing stage, holding pens and corrals, tack room, outdoor entertainment & cooking area- the White Oak’s A Farm Center (10,400 Sq Ft): The Ranch’s shop facility acts as the epicenter of the operational side of the vineyard wherein you have tractor, implement & tool storage and repair, metal fabrication, wood shop, pipe supply, above ground fuel storage, workers’ rest and eating outpost, etc.. Arena is second to none. Archery and Shooting Range: hidden away between two hills is the Ranch’s shooting facility complete with a shooting house and multiple stage firing range and trap range.
$2,895,000  •  68 acres
The Talarico Vineyard comprises over 68 acres with approximately 45 acres planted. The total acreage is split use with 36.6 acres being zoned AG40 and 31.57 acres being zoned Industrial 12:6K Zoning sub-divisible every 40,000 Sq Ft.. This is a rare anomaly to have both agricultural and industrial along the Highway 101 Corridor with exceptional water including a commercial well (80 GPM), diversion rights from the Russian River, an 8+/- acre foot lined storage pond plus City Water & Sewer. The Property also has natural gas and heavy power. The entire Vineyard lies within the Opportunity Zone. Located on the banks of the Russian River on the north end of Ukiah, the Vineyard has 45 acres planted to premium Chardonnay (35 acres in 2004 & 10 acres in 2007 on Rootstock 101-14 & clone types 4 &17) yielding approximately 300 tons per year. Vineyard is serviced by sprinklers and drip irrigation. Besides vineyard production, a 10,000 Sq Ft transferrable Indoor Cannabis License has been secured from Mendocino County which the new Owner may opt to exercise or not. Access from Highway 101 on Ukiah’s north end skirts you through town and ends at a quiet country road; upon arriving, one is met by the sight of the old hop kiln itself - a testament to the time when all this was under hop cultivation. Across the yard and adjacent to the equipment overhang sits the Farmhouse, a historic yet functional dwelling ready for next manager of the new Owner’s venture.
$1,250,000  •  46 acres
Potter Valley Hay Farm - Located in the fertile and lovely Potter Valley (just 2hrs north of the Golden Gate Bridge), the property consists of 46+/- acres of flat & fertile farming ground, plus a prominent old farmhouse. The property fronts on Eel River Road at the Northeastern end of the valley and has a longstanding history of irrigated grass hay crops that are still producing today. It is also used for grazing cattle between hay crops. The field is flood irrigated with water provided by the Potter Valley Irrigation District, and the Northwest corner of the property fronts on Adobe Creek. The home, circa 1904, is a 3-bedroom 2-bath farmhouse with many Victorian adornments. In addition to the home there are two detached garages, and a private well providing water for domestic use. Several fruit trees surround the home and there is ample ground for gardens and any additional structures needed. The property is zoned AG40 and is in the agricultural preserve for reduced property taxes.
$395,000  •  40 acres
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40-acre Yorkville Ranch property with stunning views!
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$360,000  •  40 acres
Honey Creek Getaway | 40 acres of raw Mendocino County timberland less than 10 minutes from Boonville.