Prime Home Site! 10+ beautiful acres featuring a good well all set up with electric meter drop and pressure tank. Flat, clean and easy to build your dream home in the country. Ideal for farming or ranching. Paved road frontage on corner lot with south facing bench and excellent shaly loam soils. Elevation is approximately 1,000 feet. View snow covered coastal mountains in the Santa Lucia Mountain Range. Fabulous setting surrounded by vineyards zoned F-4 (farmland zoning). Enjoy your independence with no Homeowners Association or CC&R’s. Central location in the southernmost tip of Monterey County just 10 minutes from Highway 101. 1/2 hour to Paso Robles; easy drive from San Jose. Adjoining 10 acre is also for sale. APN'S 423-371-007-000.
Within Monterey County’s designated wine corridor known as the San Antonio Valley appellation; an American Viticulture Area. This is one the country’s oldest grape-growing and wine making regions. Home to generations-old families plus recent neighbors with an interest in food and wine. Lake San Antonio Park Service offers a range of year-round activities and amenities including the Los Robles Equestrian Trail, hiking and biking trails covering 26 miles; marina, campsites; rental cabins; shoreline camping, eagle watching tours and more. This lake has been discovered by fishermen and sporting enthusiasts alike. The Wildflower Festival and Triathlon draws thousands of guests to the area every year. Approximately 1,200 acres of BLM (Bureau of Land Management) is just minutes away for recreational enjoyment. Ft. Hunter Liggett nearby hosts the Hacienda restaurant, recreation center, pool, bowling alley and movie theater. Permits are given for hunting and fishing on the base. (All activities subject to COVID and drought)
Many tourists drive the scenic Nacimiento Ferguson Road to the beaches of Big Sur. Mission San Antonio de Padua is the last remaining California mission in its original setting featuring peaceful gardens and a museum with local artifacts, photos, and memorabilia from more than a century ago. Church services are held weekly as well as the annual “Fiesta” that draws thousands of visitors.