In its prime, The Price Ranch was a working dairy and cattle ranch. Today you’ll find 3 barns, 35ft redwood silos, corrals, 1846 adobe, bunkhouse and other outbuildings.
There are old style limestone (white Bee Rock) and ‘two track’ roads on The Ranch.
The 540 acres of The Price Ranch offer rolling grasslands with native Live and Valley Oaks, willow thickets, and flat fields which are often planted in barley or oats. You can also use the vineyards and mountain vistas as backdrops.
The spring fed Lake is one of my favorite places on The Ranch. At under 2 acres, it’s really a pond, but it’s always been called a lake. Guess that’s because it’s in California.
Choose from the 1890 Victorian, old board and batten Bunkhouse or other quaint Cottages from the 1920’s. There are some great porches! Interiors may be available for responsible crews.