Description

With lots of aesthetic appeal, this ranch is level to rolling along Highway 25 and extends up the mountain to steep terrain with the tallest peak at 3,884 feet. The scenery is breathtaking with views of the Sierras on a clear day and 100+ mile views of the Salinas Valley and the Santa Lucia Range. Giant rock formations (some used as a hideout by Tiburcio Vasquez, a famous California bandit in the mid 1800’s) and majestic trees decorate the landscape. Long ridges and vast canyons are serviced by over 25 miles of ranch roads.


3150
Area Sq-ft

Property Type

farm

Area

3150 Sq-ft

Status

sold

Price

$0

Lavelle Ranch – Land in San Benito County

Description

With lots of aesthetic appeal, this ranch is level to rolling along Highway 25 and extends up the mountain to steep terrain with the tallest peak at 3,884 feet. The scenery is breathtaking with views of the Sierras on a clear day and 100+ mile views of the Salinas Valley and the Santa Lucia Range. Giant rock formations (some used as a hideout by Tiburcio Vasquez, a famous California bandit in the mid 1800’s) and majestic trees decorate the landscape. Long ridges and vast canyons are serviced by over 25 miles of ranch roads.

Property Details

Location

Located on Highway 25 approximately 50 miles south of Hollister, 20 miles east of King City and Highway 101.

County

San Benito County

Parcel Size

3,150+- Acres

Assessor Parcel Number(s)

030-120-017+ Additional APNs

Access

County Road

Land Use

This is the perfect ranch for cattle ranching, hunting, horseback riding, off roading, bird watching and sightseeing. It makes a great setting for family outing or corporate retreats with its great scenic views. The hunting is very good with lots of deer, wild pigs, dove and quail. Also, tags can be obtained to hunt tule elk that are located on the ranch. This ranch has lots of privacy, great views, good hunting with natural vegeta-tive cover and a productive cattle ranch with good quality feed.

Topography

Flat, rolling open to steep.

Water

There is one well and a number of year around springs, seasonal creeks and stock ponds. The Hepsedam Mutual Water Company provides water to the lower ranch.

Improvements

Cabin, Bunk House

Zoning

Agricultural Rangeland, 40 acre minimum parcel size. The ranch has the tax benefits of a Williamson Act contract with San Benito County

Price

Call for Price

Contact Us

John Brigantino (831) 801-0154
Michael Brigantino (831) 207-7646
Gianna Brigantino (831) 902-9921
Dave Brigantino (831) 801-6142
Anthony Brigantino (831) 801-6348

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