The 332 acre Guntly Ranch is situated on the south slope of the mountain range separating Ukiah Valley from Potter Valley with easy year round access off Highway 20. Approaching the Ranch’s Headquarters from the Main Entrance the driveway is hemmed in by the neighboring manicured vineyards until the green grounds of the Headquarter presents itself at the foot of the valley floor with its hilly backdrop and rock outcroppings in the far distant. The Ranch immediately signals good stewardship with its tidy grounds and fastidious care being evident throughout.
The improvements are modest yet perfectly fitting for their purpose and will serve the new Owner well. The Main House is inviting and functional with a lovely newly built covered deck in back. The Shop is just a short stroll next door organized in a way that only a working rancher or farmer could appreciate while also hosting a well appointed studio on the second floor. The Caretaker/Guest House is subtle, neat and far enough away to insure privacy for all parties.
The Ranch has been historically been used as both a sheep and cattle operation with a recent emphasis in the last 25 years on wildlife management to propagate the native wildlife including Tule Elk, Blacktail Deer, wild turkey and other species for recreational purposes as well as for the pleasure in be witness to this bounty of nature.
In addition, at one time an extensive Sporting Clay Course had been set up and operated. The new Owner could carry on with these uses are explore other avenues of development including vineyards or orchards, specialty livestock, equestrian arena, recreational pursuits, etc.. With both abundant water and ample good ground, the possibilities are endless.
6750 East Highway 20
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Calaveras County, California
Lassen County, California
Tehama County, California
El Dorado County, California