TWO CABINS, TWO CREEKS, TWO WELLS. GREAT FUTURE HOME SITES WITH PRIVACY AND VIEWS
This is a beautiful setting amongst the oaks, two creeks and bordering the Ventana Wilderness and neighboring world-class vineyards. There are two cabins that can be lived in now or rented for income while you build your future home.
The property has two wells, one just completed in the past few years. There are a few different homesites either on the knoll or a little secluded valley with a nice meadow scattered with centuries-old white and black oaks trees. In this valley next to the seasonal Boronda Creek is an ancient homestead stonewall stretching along the creek bank. An ideal place for a small farm in a private setting where there are no other farms or houses visible. And at night, the only light is from the vibrant star-lit sky.
Above the valley the road leads up a hillside through more century oaks hanging with Spanish moss, to a knoll, large enough for a home site, with views up and down the length of Carmel Valley.
The valley is bordered on the south by the Ventana Wilderness, the east by a seasonal creek and an ancient homestead stonewall stretching along the river bank, on the west and north by vineyard and pasture.
From this valley, which is about a quarter mile long and completely within the property, there are no other farms or houses visible. At night there are no other lights visible.
CURRENT STRUCTURES AND IMPROVEMENTS
The property has several improvements throughout the nearly 26 acres.
– Both the knoll and the valley have access to water and electricity
– There are two wells and water storage systems
– The cabins are located near the main road and have separate electric meters and a new septic system
– One cabin has two bedrooms, and a small guest room
– The smaller cabin has one bedroom
|Address:||19780 Cachagua Road|
|Lot Square Feet:||25.78 acres|
|Bedrooms:||2 / 1|
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