Property Porn: 10,000-Acre Stone Canyon Ranch Goes for $32M

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Just south of Silicon Valley and east of Carmel, this 10,000-acre estate is so big it practically needs its own area code. 


Nestled in the San Benito River Valley, Stone Canyon Ranch (yes, it has its own name) is one of California’s premier equestrian properties. Designed by noted San Francisco architect Ugo Sap, the ranch was originally bought by financier George Roberts in the 1990s for his wife, Leanne, who was an award-winning equestrian and horse breeder. 

The main residence is perched on a cliff overlooking the valley, so you'll be able to admire stunning 360-degree views from any room in this 7,900-square-foot home. Take your daily meals in any of the three dining rooms (including a breakfast room that sounds pretty awesome), before lounging in the library, tasting in the wine cellar, or chilling in the large master-bedroom suite, which includes two bathrooms and a study.

And let's not forget the guest quarters. The guest compound is composed of three different houses (each of them bigger than your current home) and occupies more than 4,500 square feet, complete with a patio with built-in barbecue and limestone floors. Also located on the property are a 20-by-60-foot swimming pool, tennis court, horses and stables, and landscaped gardens with sculptures. Damn. 

Here are the specs:

Location: Paicines, California

Asking Price: $32,000,000

Main House Bedrooms: 4

Main House Bathrooms: 5

Living Space: 7,900 sq. ft.

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