Central Coast Conservation
The Wildlands Conservancy buys Rana Creek Ranch
The largest landholding in Carmel Valley, Rana Creek Ranch, formerly owned by one of the original Apple co-founders and former CEO Mike Markkula, was sold to the California Wildlife Conservation Board and the California State Coastal Conservancy. With strong beliefs in conservation and preservation the Seller was hoping for a like-minded buyer. Markkula paid $8 million for the house and 9,000 acres in 1982, increasing the overall acreage.
Welcome to Trophy Territory!
The Wallahachie Ranch is home to some of the nation’s largest native whitetail and trophy mule deer, showcased on prominent deer hunting shows like Buck Ventures Outdoors and Major League Bowhunter.
The Value in Premium Vistas: Unforgettable Scenic Experiences
The Editors of the Land Report present a selection of the top properties on the market. Sitka Ranch takes Vistas in the West. Another four Hall and Hall listings follow in the Top Ten leading listings by price currently on the market in the American West.
Revolutionary War-Era Estate
Dover is a legacy property that works well as a seasonal retreat or fulltime residence, and a wide range of individual interests will thrive with what the property and surrounding area offer. For the first time in approximately 30 years, the estate dating from the Revolutionary War-era with deep-water access, bay frontage, period home and guest houses is available.