The Hollister Ranch represents a private retreat and a step back into its rich history as part of Old California, which provides an exceptional opportunity to actually experience the true remnants of the Old California lifestyle in today’s frantic world. Located in a beautiful private setting on the outskirts of the City of Lompoc, this pastoral ranch is private, secure, and essentially self-contained in a bucolic setting with abundant wildlife, dramatic landscape, offering very scenic and sweeping panoramic vistas of a large portion of Santa Barbara County. The Property consists of approximately 739.57 acres of native cattle pasture, and is comprised of two parcels. Improvements include a 3 bedroom, 2 bath residence, a barn, and two sets of working corrals. Water is provided by the city of Lompoc via an adjacent municipally operated spring, as well as other springs providing livestock water throughout the ranch. A year round stream flows from the municipal spring through the west end of the ranch. Click here for more information.
This Property is 30.8 +/- acres of M-1 (Light Industrial) zoned land, located in the eastern part of the town of Los Alamos, CA. It is a part of the vineyard holdings of the prestigious Lucas & Lewellen Vineyards. With over 1,000 feet of frontage on U.S. Highway 101, it provides great visibility and access to the freeway. The on/off ramp for Los Alamos is a few hundred yards away and is accessed by a frontage road. It is located within the Los Alamos Community Service District and the Los Alamos Community Plan. Los Alamos, which means “The Cottonwoods” in Spanish, is an unincorporated community just off the 101 freeway between the Santa Maria Valley and Santa Ynez Valley. The existing vineyard provides the opportunity for income while a development plan is being undertaken. Click here for more information.
The Tonascia Ranch consists of 501± acres comprised of native cattle pasture and approximately 50 acres of dry farmland, including an old historic farmstead. The Tonascia Ranch is part of the Historic Ranchos Canada de Los Osos and La Laguna Mexican land grant in Los Osos Valley in present-day San Luis Obispo County, California. Located a short ten minute drive from the city of San Luis Obispo, the Tonascia Ranch provides ranch living, with privacy and great recreational opportunities, while providing convenient access to town, shopping, schools and Highway 101. The Property is a historic cattle ranch and has been in the current owner’s family for over 100 years. The improvements include the abandoned 1,128± square-foot residence and a 4,028± square-foot dairy barn that were both constructed around 1900, as well as several older storage sheds. The older structures, while reminiscent of a bygone era, are in poor condition and in need of upgrade and repair. Water to the homestead and for cattle operations are provided by numerous natural springs. Click here for more information.
This 77+/- acre ranch is home to ‘River Edge Farm’; one of California’s leading thoroughbred farms. (This is the main ranch parcel, the entire ranch can be purchased for a total of 233+/- acres.) This one-of-a-kind historic ranch is an existing full scale breeding facility comprised of a 24 stall center aisle barn, an 28 stall mare and foal barn, and a breeding facility comprised of a breeding barn, veterinary lab and offices, 6 stall stallion area, and 6 stall foaling area. Additionally there is a 4 bedroom manager’s house, arena, round pen, equipment buildings, and several fenced and irrigated pastures. Also included is a vacant 25 acre parcel overlooking the ranch – a prime location for a home site with a breathtaking panoramic view. Click here for more information.
This 48+/-acre parcel is part of the acclaimed River Edge Farm(and is being offered separately as Offering No. 2 of the whole ranch package). Located within the famous tree lined corridor between Solvang and Buellton, this stunning ranch parcel is comprised of irrigated and fenced pastures. Water is supplied via an abundant private water well. The property is in the Williamson Act. It has tremendous location advantages between the cities of Solvang and Buellton, with proximity and easy access to Highway 101. It is close to all the premiere vet facilities and other historic equestrian ranches. Click here for more information.
SOLD: $3,670,000 – ANVIL RANCH; 45 +/- ACRES EQUINE FACILITY WITH IRRIGATED PASTURES
The Anvil Ranch is comprised of 3 legal parcels totaling 45+/-acres and is part of the acclaimed River Edge Farm (and is being offered separately as Offering No. 4 of the whole ranch package). Located within the famous tree lined corridor between Solvang and Buellton, the ranch is comprised of two older residences, a 28-stall barn, a hay barn, round pen, maintenance building, horse shelters, and several irrigated and fenced pastures. Each legal parcel has its own irrigation well, however only one is currently being used to irrigate the entire property. Most of the improvements were built in or before the 1970’s and reflect their age. Its convenient location provides easy access to Highway 101 and is close to all the premiere vet facilities and other historic equestrian ranches. Click here for more information.
SOLD: $3,295,000 – FACER RANCH , 89 +/- ACRES PRIME LOMPOC FARM GROUND
The Facer Ranch is prime Lompoc irrigated farm ground, consisting of 88.98 +/- acres. Approximately 75 acres of the ranch is located south of the Santa Ynez River and is currently leased to a vegetable grower. Approximately 7 acres is located north of the river and is also leased to another vegetable grower. The balance of the property, is within the Santa Ynez River bed. There are approximately 20 acres of the southern farm ground located within the city of Lompoc, zoned Open Space, with the balance of the ranch located within the jurisdiction of Santa Barbara County and is zoned AG-II-40. Click here for more information.
The Signorelli Ranch is located in the very private, yet close to town, location on San Miguelito Road. Located about 8 miles south of Lompoc, the ranch takes you back to a bygone era. Running from an elevation of 800 feet above sea level at San Miguelito Road, to a peak at nearly 2,000 feet MSL, the ranch includes private oak filled canyons, grassy portreros, and an expansive view of the Pacific Ocean to the south and to the west from the peak. Settled by the Signorelli family at the turn of the 20th century, most of the historic improvements are quite old, including the uninhabited residence. A spring near the top of the ranch provides water for the house, headquarters, and livestock. Situated next to Vandenberg Air Force Base, the ranch receives an annual stipend from the Air Force for possible evacuations for missile launches. Additional income comes from a windfarm lease that is paying rent while the wind farm company pursues approvals of their project. When constructed, the windfarm will generate royalties based upon the electricity generated. Click here for more information.