The Circle F Ranch’s unique geographic location is a virtual bowl within in the middle of some of California’s most productive forestlands that in itself acts as lure to the area's wildlife seeking an escape from dark depths of the forest around. This natural sanctuary teems with Columbian Blacktail deer, wild hog, beer, wild turkey, grouse, quail and more. The streams are gateways to the Pacific for the steel head trout that spawn in their shaded waters. Sitting in the remote yet accessible southern Mendocino County between the Anderson Valley and Gualala on the coast, the Circle F offers the new owners the chance to immerse themselves into the folds of complete privacy yet be in downtown San Francisco in 2 1/2 to 3 hours.
Entering the ranch’s valley floor you are accompanied by flowing creeks and towering woods. Once on the ranch, the valley floor open’s up to reveal oak strewn rolling pasture land that leads you pass the old vineyards to the iconic red barn and main Ranch Headquarters. Leaving the valley floor you ascend the coastal mountains stopping here and again to view the disappearing outlines of the structures way below. At the midpoint up the mountain, your attention is interrupted by the emerging horizon view out to the Pacific. Riding along the ranches high mountain spine and then dropping down into its north facing slopes, you enter the heavy fir and redwood forest that create the natural border around this sanctuary.
The Circle F’s 3246 acres allows the discerning new owners the possibility of a number of commercial endeavors including a beef cattle operation, vineyards, hunting and wildlife excursions in addition to the pure recreational enjoyment of this California gem.
23337 Fish Rock Road
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Alameda County, CA
Alameda County, CA
Merced County, CA
Siskiyou County, CA